Mathematics

Welcome to Mathematics

Study a maths degree with us and we’ll ensure you possess a highly desirable skill-set for successful employment in a broad range of careers including research, finance, banking, health sciences, the civil service, operational research, statistical research and more. We’ll help you build your knowledge and confidence, so you’ll stand out to employers.

15th

out of 68 universities in the UK for our Mathematics courses (Guardian University Guide 2022).

Mathematics courses

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BSc(Hons) Mathematics

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This course will help you to engage with advanced mathematical and statistical concepts. You will learn to apply methods to solve real-world problems, from scheduling and the analysis of data, to decision making, simulation and modelling. There is the chance to specialise in areas such as computational mathematics, dynamical systems, statistics, education practice and coding theory.

BSc(Hons) Mathematics with Foundation Year

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You will study a Foundation Year (Year Zero) and on successful completion you will begin Year One of the main degree. The recommended route of study for international students is through the UWE Bristol International College.

This course will help you to engage with advanced mathematical and statistical concepts. You will learn to apply methods to solve real-world problems, from scheduling and the analysis of data, to decision making, simulation and modelling. There is the chance to specialise in areas such as computational mathematics, dynamical systems, statistics, education practice and coding theory.

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