MMORSE (Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics) (MMath)

the United Kingdom

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About MMORSE (Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics) at University of Warwick

Why study MORSE at Warwick?
  • MORSE is a Warwick invention. It was created in the mid-1970s by a team of far-sighted academics and has developed into a flagship degree programme. This means that modules are specifically designed for MORSE students.
  • Our curriculum contains a balance of mathematical theory and its applications, emphasising the links between theory and practice, and equipping you with transferable skills including analytical thinking, crossdisciplinary communication and mathematical and statistical modelling.
  • All modules are taught by subject specialists, and the curriculum is organised collaboratively by the Departments of Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, and the Business School, all of which have consistently had a high percentage of their research graded as ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world-leading’ in the most recent external research assessments.
  • We offer an unusual level of flexibility regarding optional modules. You can choose to change between the three-year and four-year course at any point before the end of your second year. You can also apply to transfer between MORSE and Mathematics and Statistics.
  • If you choose our four-year MMORSE degree and go on to become an actuary, you will be exempt from some Institute and Faculty of Actuaries examinations.

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