This degree combines material from the Mathematics and Actuarial Science courses, together with specialist actuarial and statistical skills. It also takes a wide-ranging approach to other areas of advanced mathematics. Year one focuses on core topics in algebra, calculus and statistics, along with an introduction to finance and economics. Year two builds upon this by introducing topics in actuarial science. The third and final years offer a range of options - allowing you to choose a combination which best suits your interests. A good performance in this actuarial science degree could lead to up to seven actuarial professional exemptions.
95% of our 2015 graduates reported in the National Student Survey that they were satisfied overall with their Mathematical, Statistical and Actuarial Sciences degree.
Work and study
This is what our BSc (Hons) Mathematical, Statistical and Actuarial Sciences students are doing six months after graduating:
- 81% are working
- 0% are studying
- 10% are working and studying.
- 75% of those working are in a professional/managerial position six months after graduating.
- The average salary of students six months after graduating: £21000
- The average UK salary of students six months after graduating from a similar course: £23000
These are the most common jobs students go into six months after graduating:
- Business, research and administrative professionals
- Business and public service associate professionals
- Elementary occupations
- Information technology and telecommunications professionals
- Sales occupations