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Considering a Degree in Maths?

Countless opportunities for maths graduates

Considering a Degree in Maths?

If you have an aptitude for numerical reasoning and enjoy working out complex equations you may find yourself considering a course heavily based in Maths. Engineering, computers, science, accounting, actuarial studies, statistics will all give you enough maths to satisfy your hunger for problem solving.

But what if you took the plunge and studied an exclusive maths degree; what then?

What could you possibly do with a degree in maths?

Just about anything!

Employers want Maths Graduates

Although there are few companies hiring mathematicians, maths graduates are highly sought after. Maths graduates have highly developed problem-solving skills; a trait that gives mathematicians an advantage in acquiring other skills quickly and efficiently.

In a 2018 report issued by the World Economic Forum on future skills for 2020, problem solving and critical thinking featured in the top ten career skills employers want from their employees.

Click here to read more about Maths Careers

 



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