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On this course, you will develop a solid grounding in the main branches of mathematics, with a strong emphasis on statistics. Mathematics is the language of science and is ever-present in all our lives. This course introduces you to core mathematics topics alongside studying statistics to an advanced level, while still giving you the flexibility to explore other areas that interest you.
Statistics underpins a great deal of scientific research and analysis. Statisticians are qualified to collect, analyse and present data in a scientific and objective manner. The work of statisticians is used to ensure correct decisions are made. Statisticians are in demand in both the private and public sectors, in areas such as market research, the NHS, environmental science, forensic science and government statistics. Graduates of this course also enjoy the same opportunities as those studying for a mathematics degree.
Our courses are shaped by our leading research in areas such as probability and financial mathematics, modern applied statistics, and analysis.
Access to modern facilities and computing equipment throughout the school, complemented by social areas, communal problem-solving spaces and quiet study rooms
A diverse and supportive community of mathematicians from all over the world
Small tutorial groups to support the teaching, so you get regular feedback from the academic staff helping you solve any problems that you might have with a particular topic.
Enhancing your degree
We offer two degree options: the MMath, BSc, a four-year integrated Masters degree, and the BSc, which is a three-year course. The MMath, BSc degree is particularly suitable if you wish to work closer to the frontiers of research, or to use mathematics at a higher level in your career. Find out more about our flexible degrees.
This course offers you the opportunity to spend a year working in industry or studying at a university abroad, both of which provide valuable experience and help your personal development. Both of these schemes add an additional year to your course, taking the total course length to 4 years.
Contact Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Leeds to find course entry requirements.
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