The Mathematics BSc degree at Middlesex is designed to enable you to fulfil your potential in mathematics no matter what you want to achieve, or what career you want. Throughout your degree you will be supported by our Student Learning Assistant scheme where you can benefit from the experiences of students in subsequent years who can guide you, give you a fresh outlook and advise your independent study habits.
Modules are taught in highly interactive, engaged groups that allow you to explore problems and discuss solutions in a supportive and comfortable environment. Daily office hours and the Mathematics Support Centre give you the opportunity to meet one-to-one with your lecturers. Additionally, our Engaging with Mathematics series brings in external professionals to discuss future careers, opportunities, and surprising applications of mathematics.
Throughout your degree you will be given the chance to join staff on trips to various outreach events to bring interesting and applicable mathematics to the general public. In previous years these have included the award winning SMASHFest and the Skills Show in Birmingham NEC. These opportunities add to the rich experience of studying at Middlesex, enhance your employability and let you grow and develop as a mathematician.
Graduates of mathematics courses are employed as professional mathematicians in many organisations, for example GCHQ, where they work on solving abstract problems that directly influence government policy. Mathematics is also fundamental to many other sectors such as commerce, economics, computing, finance, and accounting.The analytical and logical skills that maths students develop make them well suited to careers in areas such as law. Their ability to analyse and solve complex problems means they are sought after by employers and also demand some of the highest starting salaries.
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