Mathematics and Economics BSc
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International tuition: £18,420
Domestic tuition: £9,250
Highlights of mathematics and economics at Nottingham Expand your study through a wide choice of modules across the spectrum of mathematics and economics Graduate with a joint honours degree well prepared for a career in the business or finance sector Travel while you learn with opportunities to spend a semester studying abroad This course is aimed at mathematically minded people thinking of pursuing a range of careers on graduation. The course provides opportunities for entry into the business or financial sector, government institutions, regulatory bodies or international financial institutions. Many of University of Nottingham's graduates are employed as management consultants, actuaries, accountants or business analysts. No previous knowledge of economics is assumed. Study abroad You can apply to spend a period of time studying abroad (usually one semester) through either one of European Erasmus partners or a selected partner from the University-wide exchange programme. This is an exciting opportunity to gain a global perspective of mathematics, boost your communication skills, and discover a new culture.
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A level offer A*AA/AAA Required subjects At least A in A level mathematics. Required grades depend on whether A/AS level further mathematics is offered. IB score 36 (including 6 in maths at Higher Level) IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element)
From accountant to engineer, analyst to investment banker, studying mathematics opens the door to a wide range of careers. Some graduates make specific use of mathematics while others use the more general skills they have gained, such as analysis and problem solving, high-level numeracy and a capacity to learn independently. University of Nottingham's graduates are in high demand from prospective employers and have been well received into a broad range of careers in finance, commerce, government, mathematical and statistical modelling and education. They pursue a variety of careers which include: commerce engineering financial services government industry information technology science Postgraduate research Rather than directly entering the employment market upon graduating, you might decide to continue your studies at higher-degree level. Postgraduate areas of study include: business studies computer science economics education finance mathematics statistics Each year some of University of Nottingham's best students choose to stay at Nottingham and join our lively group of postgraduate research students in the School of Mathematical Sciences. The research groups within the school each offer a large number of diverse and interesting research projects, across the specialisations of pure mathematics, applied mathematics and statistics.
Nottingham , United Kingdom