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We are in the process of a digital revolution. The way we interact with the world around us is changing at supersonic speed, and mathematicians and computer scientists are at the forefront of this cutting edge technology – spotting opportunities and solving problems in every area of our daily lives.
There has always been synergy between Mathematics and Computer Science and today these complementary skill sets are instrumental in creating a connected world. Throughout your course you’ll study in an informal, supportive environment which we believe is one of the reasons that pass rates on this course are so high. A large proportion of Mathematics students graduate with at least an upper-second-class degree. Our courses have consistently scored highly in the National Student Survey.
Our Computer Science and Mathematics degree is current and relevant to the needs of business. Our close links with industry means that, if you wish, you’ll have the opportunity to take up job placements with some of the world’s leading companies.
Every year we offer a small number of Mathematics Undergraduate Research Scholarships (MURS), giving successful applicants funding for a 6-8 week placement in one of our research teams. This is a great opportunity for you to further your research interests and contribute to the academic activities of the Mathematics department.
More student opportunities
Our students have recently formed a Mathematics Society, and you’ll have the opportunity to take part in regular events hosted on campus by the local branch of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.
Careers and employability
Our recent graduates have gone onto careers in the following roles and companies:
- Perceptive Informatics – associate software validation engineer
- BMI Baby – accounting assistant
- Santander – MI analyst
- Synergy Health plc – graduate trainee manager (corporate strategy)
- Dorset Software Services – graduate analyst programmer
- Nomura – international technology analyst.
Other careers could include:
- industrial and commercial mathematics
- statistical applications systems modelling
- software engineering
- IT applications
- teaching and research.
Graduate salaries range from £16,000 – £30,000 per year and many graduates also choose to undertake further study on one of our Masters-level courses or MPhil and PhD research degrees.