BSc in Mathematics in Europe

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Mathematics

A BSc stands for Bachelor of Science, and it is an undergraduate academic degree. Depending on the particular program, students who earn a BSc may choose to enter into a career or continue their education and earn an advanced degree.

Europe is the sixth largest continent and includes 47 countries and assorted dependencies, islands and territories. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south, Asia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the West.

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Bachelor in Mathematics

University of Groningen
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Groningen

From decoding satellite images to predicting the weather: mathematics is everywhere. This Bachelor's programme teaches you to design models and substantiate them theoretically [+]

Bachelor in Mathematics

Language: English (100%)From decoding satellite images to predicting the weather: mathematics is everywhere. This Bachelor's programme teaches you to design models and substantiate them theoretically.The Bachelor's programme in Mathematics will familiarize you with new fields of study, such as Algebra, Dynamical Systems and Systems Theory.

This three-year programme comprises a major of two and a half years, and a minor of six months. During the first semester you will study together with students from Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Technology and Astronomy.

You will also choose between two specializations:... [-]


Bachelor in Mathematics (BSc)

Middlesex University London
Campus Full time 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom London

Whatever your career ambition, a degree in mathematics provides an invaluable starting point. Are you aware of the massive influence maths has on modern... [+]

Bachelor in Mathematics (BSc)

 

Why choose BSc Mathematics?Whatever your career ambition, a degree in mathematics provides an invaluable starting point. Are you aware of the massive influence maths has on modern life? From the invention of the Internet and the creation of Facebook, to government operations that save thousands of lives. By choosing to study BSc Mathematics, you could play an influential part in discoveries that will shape our world.

 

 

Why study BSc Mathematics at Middlesex?

A degree in mathematics is a highly regarded qualification by a wide range of employers  which you can read more about in the Careers tab. However, one of the key areas where employers are increasingly looking for maths graduates to excel is communication - the ability to convey the meaning of complex mathematics to those without the same level of knowledge. As a result of this, we have developed a unique module in ‘Communicating Mathematics’ which will help you become even more desirable to employers when you graduate.... [-]


BSc in Economics and Mathematical Sciences (Honours)

The Open University
Online Full time Part time 3 - 16 years United Kingdom

Graduates who understand the commercial and economic environment and who are also highly numerate are in short supply. If you enjoy solving problems and you’re interested in the practical application of economics and mathematics, this degree course could be what you’re looking for. It will give you a thorough grounding in mathematical, statistical and computational skills, and a sound knowledge of economic theory – together with a good understanding of economic issues... [+]

BSc Program in Mathematics in Europe 2017. BSc in Economics and Mathematical Sciences (Honours) Graduates who understand the commercial and economic environment and who are also highly numerate are in short supply. If you enjoy solving problems and you’re interested in the practical application of economics and mathematics, this degree course could be what you’re looking for. It will give you a thorough grounding in mathematical, statistical and computational skills, and a sound knowledge of economic theory – together with a good understanding of economic issues. Key features of the course Explores fundamental questions about our physical and economic world Extends analytical and model building skills applicable to a variety of contexts Develops essential skills to solve real problems and make sound judgments – from everyday choices about personal finances, to high-level strategic decisions in employment Educational aims This programme aims to provide you with: the mathematical and economics skills and knowledge required for a range of jobs in government, business, accountancy, banking, management and administration, the voluntary sector and teaching a good grounding in a broad range of mathematical, statistical and computational skills a good basic knowledge of economic theory together with an understanding of economic issues the skills and knowledge to engage in economic debate and to assess different kinds of evidence and their usefulness in relation to economic theories. Teaching, learning and assessment methods Knowledge and understanding are acquired at all levels through published distance-learning materials, including specially written study materials, study guides, assignments and project guides; through a range of multimedia material; through specified work using computer software; through work on original texts; and through feedback on assignments. Cognitive skills and processes are introduced at a simple level in the mathematical sciences at OU level 1, primarily via material specifically designed to develop these skills in a progressive way. Although modules at OU levels 2 and 3 continue this work, there is significant variation among modules in the degree as to which skills are taught explicitly in the study materials. Significant teaching is, however, maintained through the assessment strategy and tutor feedback. In addition, discipline-specific skills from economics and the mathematical sciences will be developed and assessed. The combination of skills that will be taught and learned depends partly on the choice of optional modules. Several of the practical and/or professional skills (listed above) refer to the vocational relevance of the degree. Whilst not occupationally specific, all teaching and assessment strategies will help you develop knowledge and skills that are transferable to the workplace, whatever combination of modules you take. Fees We believe cost shouldn’t be a barrier to achieving your potential. That’s why we work hard to keep the cost of study as low as possible and have a wide range of flexible ways to pay to help spread, or even reduce, the cost. Fees for study commencing in academic year 2014/2015 are: Fees are paid on a module-by-module basis – you won't have to pay for the whole of your qualification upfront. If like most OU students studying part time, you study an average of 60 credits a year – you’ll study for six years to complete a degree. Our typical fee for 60 credits is £2,632. Our current fee is £5,264 – based on 120 credits of study – which is equivalent to a year's full-time study. The total cost of your chosen qualification currently starts from £15,792 based on our current fees. NB: Prices are subject to change. How long does it take? Part time – 6 years Full time – 3 years Time limit – 16 years Career relevance Opportunities can be found across all sectors and in a number of occupations. Education, central and local government, finance, health and social care, law, the media, public services, campaigning and research are popular career choices. Other careers include: banking politics journalism and broadcasting teaching social work accountancy business management advertising and marketing. Entry requirements There are no formal requirements to study this degree. You will however need to be proficient in English, to an IELTS standard of 6.0. If you are unsure you will be able to take a free English test as part of the registration process. Read more about this programme on the Open University website here [-]

BSc in Applied Mathematics

Eindhoven University of Technology
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Eindhoven

Whether it is your cell phone, the security details for your bank card, the supply of products to shops, image processing in the medical field or a digital prototype for a car: none of these would exist without mathematics. [+]

Whether it is your cell phone, the security details for your bank card, the supply of products to shops, image processing in the medical field or a digital prototype for a car: none of these would exist without mathematics. You might not often even give it a thought, but mathematics is an essential part of our modern world. That is why there is also constant demand for versatile and widely deployable mathematicians, people who enjoy the challenge of solving problems and designing new products. Is being involved in creating the world of today and tomorrow something that appeals to you? Do you enjoy getting your teeth into a problem and do keep on searching for a solution until something has been solved? If so, our program in Applied Mathematics is the one for you. What is Applied Mathematics? Applied mathematics is a specific form of mathematics. It involves applying mathematical models in order to map out the mathematical core of a practical problem. With applied mathematics, you can solve problems that at first may not even appear to be mathematical in nature. This might be, for example, a practical problem that exists in industry or in (governmental) institutions. As a mathematical problem sometimes requires the investigation and researching of mathematics at a more fundamental level, you may well have to undertake in-depth study as an applied mathematician. And as you often collaborate with specialists from other fields, you will also need the ability to look beyond your own specialization. That is what makes applied mathematics so fascinating. Mathematical model Applied mathematicians produce a model of a problem and then use that model to carry out calculations in order to arrive at a solution. Solving a problem using a mathematical model involves 3 elements: Modeling: you produce a mathematical model for a practical problem. To do this, you need knowledge of mathematics and of the field from which the problem arises. It is therefore often the case that you as the mathematician work together with a specialist from the field in which the problem arises. Solving: if the mathematical problem is simple, the field specialist will solve the problem alone. If it is more complex, you as an applied mathematician work together with the field specialist. Retranslation of the solution to the original problem: you convert the solution of the mathematical problem according to the practical problem, so that specialists from the other field are able to use it. NVAO accreditation This program is legally recognized and accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). [-]

B.Sc. Computer Science - Computer Systems and Networks

Warsaw University of Technology
Campus Full time 42 months October 2017 Poland Warsaw

For the first three semesters, the programme covers the basics of mathematics, which allows for the effective learning of computer science and programming techniques in the next semesters. [+]

BSc Program in Mathematics in Europe 2017. Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology offers the following programmes conducted in English: Bachelor of Science in Engineering 4-year undergraduate programme in the field of: Computer Science Telecommunications Both fields of study encompass information technology, control and robotics, electronics and telecommunications. The programmes cover great varieties of subjects from diverse technology fields. The first two years are common for students of both fields and constitute the area of Information and Communications Technology. Each field of study has its own specialisation: Computer Systems and Networks (CSN) is associated with Computer Science whereas the field of Telecommunications has its specialisation under the same name (Telecommunications - TCM). B.SC. Bachelor Studies - Mathematics & Information Technology Computer Science For the first three semesters, the programme covers the basics of mathematics, which allows for the effective learning of computer science and programming techniques in the next semesters. In this period, students receive basic information on calculus, linear algebra and geometry, discrete mathematics, logic, numerical methods, and principles of electronics. Additionally, during the first semesters, introduction to structural and object-oriented programming, algorithms and data structures as well as operating systems are offered. Until the fourth semester, classes are joint for all students. From the fifth semester students have the opportunity to choose elective courses according to their interests. The electives cover both, theoretical and practical aspects of computer science and offer extension as well as more thorough understanding of the subject. The last, seventh semester is mainly devoted to team project and thesis writing. Depending on the study profile, graduates may find employment in enterprises with diverse business profiles and work as programmers, software developers, analysts, and information system or computer network administrators. Sample modules/Keywords: Programming (C, C++, Java, C#, .NET and other), Algorithms and Data Structures, Software Engineering, Numerical Methods, Operating Systems, Databases, Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals, Computer Graphics, Parallel Processing, Computer Networks, Automata Theory and Formal Languages, UNIX Fundamentals, Introduction to Formal Logic and Set Theory, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Probability, Computer Statistics, Physics, Social Issues in Computing. [-]

BSc (Hons) in Applied Mathematics

University of Stirling
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years August 2017 United Kingdom Stirling

Possible careers after this course range from industry (especially the telecoms, financial and biotechnology sectors) to public service (as statisticians and teachers), as well as management and modelling roles in business and consultancy. [+]

This course achieved 95% student satisfaction in the most recent National Student Survey There is a ready market for graduates with a mathematical training, in recognition of both their specific skills and their broad analytical expertise. In particular, there’s an ever-increasing need across professions for graduates who not only have quantitative skills, but also know how to use them – that combination is what this course delivers. It does so by taking a new approach to teaching mathematics – evident in both our teaching style and our emphasis on real-world applications. For example, you’ll use the mathematics computing laboratories as an integral part of your learning process, making your study as much experimental as theoretical. Possible careers after this course range from industry (especially the telecoms, financial and biotechnology sectors) to public service (as statisticians and teachers), as well as management and modelling roles in business and consultancy. This subject may be studied in combination with a number of other subjects Accreditation Entry requirements Academic requirements Four-year Honours degree SQA Higher: ABBB - one sitting. AABB - two sittings. GCE A-level: BBB IB Diploma: 32 points. BTEC (Level 3): DDM Essential subjects: To include Mathematics. Three-year Honours degree SQA Adv. Higher: ABB GCE A-level: ABB IB Diploma: 35 points. Essential subjects: To include Mathematics. Other qualifications HNC/HND: Year one minimum entry Scottish HNC/D - Bs in graded units English, Welsh and NI HNC/D - Merits and Distinctions. Advanced entry Not available. Access courses: Access courses and other UK/EU and international qualifications are also welcomed. Essential subjects: As listed above or equivalent. Additional information General entrance requirements apply If examinations are taken over two sittings, or there are repeats or upgrades, the entrance requirements may be higher. INTO University of Stirling offers an International Foundation programme for those international students who do not meet the required academic and English-language criteria. This course offers a route to study at University of Stirling through an excellent teaching and learning experience located in the high-quality study facilities on campus. Successful completion of the International Foundation in Science, Computing and Engineering to the required standard provides guaranteed progression to this degree. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.0 with 5.5 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade C Pearson Test of English (Academic): 54 with 51 in each component IBT TOEFL: 80 with no subtest less than 17 If you need to improve your English language skills before you enter this course, our partner INTO University of Stirling offers a range of English language courses. These intensive and flexible courses are designed to improve your English ability for entry to this degree. Structure and content You will take Mathematics plus two other subjects in Year 1. Semesters 1 – 3 Year 1 teaching has been designed to make the transition from school to university as smooth as possible, with the material covered at secondary level reviewed, consolidated and applied before being developed further. You will take core modules in the following: Discrete mathematics: Boolean algebra, networks and logic Calculus of one and several variables: differential equations Vectors, matrices, complex numbers and their application in geometry and systems theory Statistics and probability: exploratory data analysis and hypothesis testing Semesters 4 – 8 The Mathematics Honours course covers a broad range of skills. You will take advanced modules covering the following key areas: Mathematical techniques for solving a wide range of problems The theory underlying these mathematical techniques Model-building, i.e. converting real-world problems into mathematical form, and how to solve such problems using a computer The incorporation of real-world features such as uncertainty into mathematical models Delivery and assessment Many of the course modules are assessed by means of class tests and an end-of-semester examination. Additional weekly marked assignments are used by tutors and students to monitor progress. In some modules class tests are replaced by projects in which you will solve problems based on real-world data. Typically, in the final semester you will undertake a challenging project or series of problems under the guidance of a project supervisor. Study abroad opportunities You have the opportunity to study abroad through Stirling's well-established connections with several international universities. Strengths The course places an emphasis of real-life motivation for both mathematical and statistical techniques, and provides course on pure and applied mathematics and statistics. Academic strengths There is strong and active research group within Mathematics at Stirling with an emphasis on mathematical biology. The Mathematics and Statistics Group provides a stimulating and supportive learning environment. This gives our students the opportunity to develop mathematically throughout the period of study. Career opportunities With its emphasis on applicable mathematics, a degree in Applied Mathematics BSc(Hons) from Stirling provides both the theoretical background and the quantitative skills required for the solution of real-world problems. Mathematics graduates can be found in many areas of employment: in industry (especially the telecommunications, financial and biotechnology sectors); in public service (as statisticians and teachers); and also in business and consultancy as managers and modellers. Of particular relevance at Stirling is the growing need for graduates with mathematical skills in the biological and environmental sciences. Stirling has a strong record of research in the application of mathematics to biological problems, for example, the spread of diseases in animals, and offers Combined Honours degrees in the relevant disciplines. [-]

BSc in Mathematics

University of Nicosia
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia Greece Athens + 3 more

Provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue graduate studies in Mathematics and other fields that require a strong Mathematical background. [+]

BSc Program in Mathematics in Europe 2017. Duration (years): 4 Qualification Awarded: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Level of Qualification: Bachelor Degree (1st Cycle) Language of Instruction: English Mode of Study: Full-time or Part-time Minimum Credits: 120 Minimum ECTS Credits: 240 Profile of the Programme: Aims 1. Provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue graduate studies in Mathematics and other fields that require a strong Mathematical background. 2. Underline the real-life applications of Mathematics and the important role it plays in other Sciences such as Physics, Engineering, Finance and the Social Sciences. 3. Enable students to use Mathematical thinking and techniques to solve problems from other disciplines providing the necessary qualifications for careers in a variety of diverse fields. 4. To provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to teach Mathematics. Objectives 1. Provide students with a solid foundation in all Mathematical areas (modern and traditional), i.e. Algebra, Analysis, Geometry, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Probability and Statistics. 2. Enhance critical, analytical and abstract thinking. 3. Develop computational and problem-solving skills including the capability to use modern technology effectively. 4. Enable students to use Mathematical methods and thinking to solve mathematical problems in Physics, Engineering, Finance or Biology. Career Prospects: On successful completion of the program graduates will be able to be employed in numerous areas of both the Public and Private sectors. It must be underlined here that teaching is not the only opportunity for employment. There are many jobs that require the design and use of Mathematical or Statistical models and the quantitative skills, analytic and critical thinking Mathematicians undoubtedly have are qualities in high demand. One must not forget that Mathematics is also used in Genetics, Epidemiology, the Social Sciences, Image Processing and Computer Science. Potential employment opportunities include: 1. Banking, the Stock Market, Financial Institutions, Market Research and Polling Companies. 2. Secondary Education, whether this is public, private or tutoring. 3. The Central Bank of Cyprus, the Statistical Service, the Ministry of Finance and the Meteorological Service. 4. The Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics, Social Science Research Centers and software development companies. Access to Further Studies: Upon graduation, students may have direct access to further postgraduate (MSc, Ph.D.) studies in a vast array of scientific fields: 1. Pure and Applied Mathematics 2. Statistics 3. Engineering and Applied Sciences 4. Operational Research 5. Computer Science 6. Financial Μathematics and Actuarial Science 7. Physics [-]

BSc (Hons) Mathematics including a Foundation Year

University of Kent, School of Mathematics, Statistics & Actuarial Science
Campus Full time 4 - 5 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

You could apply for this foundation programme if you don't have sufficient qualifications to start Stage 1 studies or your grades are not high enough. [+]

BSc (Hons) Mathematics including a Foundation Year You could apply for this foundation programme if you don't have sufficient qualifications to start Stage 1 studies or your grades are not high enough. If you are applying from a country where secondary education does not reach the level required for direct entry to UK degrees this programme might also be suitable. The programme may also suit applicants who don't have a high enough standard of English to cope with the demands of a full degree and who wish to incorporate English language tuition. Course structure The course structure below gives a flavour of the modules that will be available to you and provides details of the content of this programme. This listing is based on the current curriculum and may change year to year in response to new curriculum developments and innovation. Most programmes will require you to study a combination of compulsory and optional modules, you may also have the option to take ‘wild’ modules from other programmes offered by the University in order that you may customise your programme and explore other subject areas of interest to you or that may further enhance your employability. Foundation year If your qualifications are not sufficient, for whatever reason, for direct entry onto a degree programme, you can apply for this programme. Possible modules may include: EL021 - Calculus EL033 - Introduction to programming using MATLAB MA022 - Graphs, Geometry and Trigonometry MA024 - Additional Mathematics MA025 - Foundation Statistics MA026 - Mathematical Workshops PH020 - Algebra and Arithmetic Fees As a guide only, the 2014/15 annual tuition fees for this programme are: Full-time: £9000 UK/EU; £12450 Overseas The fees quoted above are the annual fees for the degree element of the course. Fees for the foundation year are £6,000 for home/EU students and £11,645 for overseas students. Key facts Subject area: Mathematics Award: BSc (Hons) Honours type: Single honours UCAS code: G108 Location: Canterbury Mode of study: Full-time only Duration: 4 years full-time (5 years with a year in industry) Start: 29 September 2014 Total Kent credits: 480 Total ECTS credits: 240 [-]

BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying

University of Greenwich
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 5 years September 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

This degree will give you the ideal basis for a career in the construction industry. As a quantity surveyor, you will provide a range of services, including cost and contract advice, cost forecasting, measurement and cost control. [+]

BSc Program in Mathematics in Europe 2017. This degree will give you the ideal basis for a career in the construction industry. As a quantity surveyor, you will provide a range of services, including cost and contract advice, cost forecasting, measurement and cost control. You will also be responsible for financial management of construction projects from inception to completion. This will give you an excellent basis for progression to management positions throughout the industry. Quantity surveying requires technical, economic, legal and managerial skills. The programme reflects this diversity. In Years 1 and 2, you will work closely on projects with fellow students from building surveying, design and construction management, and estate management programmes. The university is investing £76 million in a new building to house the campus library, TV studios and academic facilities for disciplines including architecture, design and construction. Stockwell Street is a short walk from the Greenwich Campus and this programme will be delivered there from 2014. The aims of the programme are: - To develop your knowledge of management, law and economics in the construction and property industries - To equip you with the skills, techniques and abilities needed to be a quantity surveyor - To develop your ability to solve construction problems. Attendance - 3 years full-time - 4 years sandwich - 5 years part-time Entry Requirements Applicants should have: 260 UCAS points PLUS at least three GCSEs at grade C or above (including English and mathematics) or equivalent qualifications. Assessment Students are assessed through examinations and coursework. Professional recognition This programme is a route to membership of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). In order to achieve MRICS status it is necessary to undertake an accredited MSc after completing the above programme. Career options Graduates may pursue opportunities in private practice, with contractors, developers, housing associations and local and central government. [-]

BSc in Mathematics

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 3 - 5 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

Our BSc (Hons) Mathematics degree contains plenty of pure and applied mathematics as well as some numerical analysis. You will have the opportunity to learn a broad range of mathematical topics that will develop your knowledge and strengthen your understanding of the subject. Learning is through a mix of lectures, tutorials and assignments with a significant level of personal study and, as teaching groups are not large, you can be sure of... [+]

Mathematics - BSc (Hons) Our BSc (Hons) Mathematics degree contains plenty of pure and applied mathematics as well as some numerical analysis. You will have the opportunity to learn a broad range of mathematical topics that will develop your knowledge and strengthen your understanding of the subject. Learning is through a mix of lectures, tutorials and assignments with a significant level of personal study and, as teaching groups are not large, you can be sure of excellent support and attention from teaching staff. You will also have the opportunity to pursue an area of personal interest through submission of a dissertation in your final year. About the course Group sizes are relatively small with an average of about 20 students per class so you will receive excellent support and attention from teaching staff. During your studies you are not required to specialise in any particular aspect or application of mathematics, though there is an opportunity to do so if desired. Additional topics included on the course, which you will study mainly during your final year, have been chosen because they introduce you to areas of current interest and lead you naturally towards research topics. Special features The department is relatively small and friendly and offers enthusiastic teaching and support throughout the course of your studies. What you will learn The degree contains a broad mix of mathematics. Topics similar to those found on A-level courses are included to a greater depth and with a greater degree of specialisation as well as topics that will be new to you. You will enhance your understanding and skills in both pure and applied mathematics and computational areas of mathematics. As well as expanding your knowledge and understanding of mathematics you will develop your skills of abstract, logical thinking and reasoned argument. What you will study Level HE4 You will take six mathematics modules: Mathematical Methods; Abstract Algebra; The Mathematician in Society; Calculus; Structured Programming; Algorithms and Applications. Level HE5 You will take six modules: Further Mathematical Methods; Vector Calculus; Dynamics; Real Analysis; Numerical Analysis; Linear Algebra. Level HE6 You take a dissertation and four taught modules chosen from: Further Linear Algebra; Complex Variables; Ring Theory; Numerical Solution of Differential Equations; Fluid Dynamics; Partial Differential Equations; Group Theory. The Mathematical Methods and Calculus modules include some revision work in the very early part of the degree. The pure mathematics in the degree is generally more abstract in nature than that which you will have encountered at A-level. It is essential that you have a good grounding in pure mathematics before starting on the degree. A background in applied mathematics is desireable. Entry requirements 260 UCAS points from at least two, but preferably three, A2-levels (or equivalent) including mathematics. You should also have five GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent) in any subjects. You may be required to attend an interview as part of the application process. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]

BSc in Actuarial Science

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

Should a heavy smoker pay more for health insurance than a non-smoker? What about people with genetic diseases – should they pay more? Actuaries estimate complex financial risks regarding financial and economic crises, fire or earthquake damage, population ageing, mortality etc. So, are you good with figures and complex issues? If so, Actuarial Science is definitely the programme for you, and Amsterdam is definitely the city for you! [+]

BSc Program in Mathematics in Europe 2017. Should a heavy smoker pay more for health insurance than a non-smoker? What about people with genetic diseases – should they pay more? Actuaries estimate complex financial risks regarding financial and economic crises, fire or earthquake damage, population ageing, mortality etc. So, are you good with figures and complex issues? If so, Actuarial Science is definitely the programme for you, and Amsterdam is definitely the city for you! Actuarial Science at the University of Amsterdam: Is it for you? Mathematics in one of your favorite subjects. You study mathematics at the highest possible level and achieve good grades for it. You see yourself working as an actuary or risk manager for an insurance company, consultancy, pension fund or another financial or government institution. You have an affinity for numbers as well as the societal reality behind them, you are a good abstract thinker and you have strong analytical skills. You achieve high marks in English. You are capable of working independently: you know how to use a library. Initiative and inquisitiveness are also of great value. Part-time study Actuarial Science cannot be studied part-time. Your studies and the labour market Actuarial Science Upon completion of the Bachelor's programme, you are not yet an actuary. You must first complete the Master's programme in Actuarial Science & Mathematical Finance. In order to register with the Actuarial Association, you must then complete one more professional post-'doctoraal' programme. One you've completed this, the world is your oyster! Actuarial careers Actuaries have excellent prospects on the labour market. Actuaries are essential for conducting risk management at financial institutions, and the Actuarial Science programme constantly anticipates future developments and societal needs. For example, at the moment, there is a great deal of demand for financially and economically trained actuaries. Actuaries can work for: insurance companies pension funds banks consultancies the Dutch Central Bank (the regulatory authority), other financial institutions and organisations government bodies [-]

BSc in Mathematics and Physics

The University of Warwick, Department of Physics
Campus Full time 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom Coventry

Mathematics and physics are complementary subjects and make a sensible combination to study at university. There are many examples of unexpected discoveries resulting from interaction between the two disciplines. Ideas developed in particle physics have led to advances in topology - one of the purest branches of mathematics. Advances in the understanding of chaos provide another example. Ideas from the theory are being applied increasingly in the modelling of complex physical systems such as the atmosphere and lasers. [+]

Mathematics and physics are complementary subjects and make a sensible combination to study at university. There are many examples of unexpected discoveries resulting from interaction between the two disciplines. Ideas developed in particle physics have led to advances in topology - one of the purest branches of mathematics. Advances in the understanding of chaos provide another example. Ideas from the theory are being applied increasingly in the modelling of complex physical systems such as the atmosphere and lasers. The Warwick joint courses (BSc and MMathPhys) are now among the best-established in the country with around 50 students starting each year. The courses include a significant proportion of modules from both contributing departments designed primarily for joint degree students. It is possible at the end of the First Year to transfer to either of the single subject degrees. Years one and two are common to the two courses. Warwick is strong in research in a number of branches of mathematics and physics, and is well-placed to offer accounts of those developments likely to be of most interest to joint degree students. These include non-linear systems (there are modules on the weather, modelling of biological systems, and complexity theory) and theoretical physics. YEAR ONE (BSc and MMathPhys) In the first year, all students take the modules in the Core list. To give you an idea about the way the degree course is structured in the first year, the number in brackets after each module title indicates the number of lectures you will attend e.g. (15L) indicates a 15-lecture module. Mathematics (core): Sets and Numbers (30L), Mathematical Analysis (60L), Linear Algebra (30L), Differential Equations (30L) Physics (core): Electricity and Magnetism (30L), Physics Foundations (30L), Quantum Phenomena (15L), Classical Mechanics and Relativity (30L), Thermal Physics I (15L), Programming Workshop (15L) Options Students may take any of the following for additional credit: Introduction to Geometry (15L), Introduction to Abstract Algebra (15L), Introduction to Astronomy (15L), Programming for Scientists (30L), Particle Physics (15L), Probability (15 or 30L). YEAR TWO (BSc and MMathPhys) Students take the core modules and at least eight modules from the lists of options. Mathematics (core): Mathematical Analysis III (30L), Vector Analysis (30L), Partial Differential Equations (30L), Variational Principles (15L) Physics (core): Electromagnetic Theory and Optics (20L), Methods of Mathematical Physics (20L), Quantum Mechanics and its Applications (40L) Thermal Physics II (20L) Physics of Fluids (20L) Mathematics Options: Algebra I, Algebra II, Metric Spaces, Geometry, Differentiation, Introduction to Systems Biology, Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations Physics Options: Stars, Geophysics, Hamiltonian Mechanics, Computational Physics, Global Warming, The Physics of Electrical Power Generation, Experimental Particle Physics Options from other Departments: Modern Foreign Languages, Business School Modules, Introduction to Secondary School Teaching YEAR THREE (BSc) In addition to a module on Communicating Science, students select about 12 modules (the exact number depends on the length of the modules) from: Mathematics Options: Complex Analysis, Group Theory, Algebra II, Differentiation, Metric Spaces, Measure Theory, Functional Analysis I, Fluid Dynamics, Geometry of Curves and Surfaces, Control Theory, Topics in Mathematical Biology, Theory of Partial Differential Equations, Continuum Mechanics Physics Options: The Standard Model, Quantum Physics of Atoms, Condensed Matter Physics, Electrodynamics, Plasma Electrodynamics, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Galaxies, Weather and the Environment, Statistical Physics, Non-linearity and Chaos, Physics in Medicine, Magnetic Resonance Options from other Departments: Business Studies; Scientific Method; Modern Foreign Languages The list of options given above may change slightly from year to year and some options may not be available in every year. [-]

BSc Maths with Business Management

University of Birmingham - College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Birmingham

At the School of Mathematics in Birmingham we are internationally renowned for our world-leading research and research-led teaching and are committed to providing a challenging, first rate, education to all of our students in a friendly and supportive environment. Consistently ranked amongst the top UK Mathematics centres, we excel at developing our students' thought processes, helping them to become more analytical and able to rapidly identify and solve problems. [+]

BSc Program in Mathematics in Europe 2017. Undergraduate degree course Mathematics with Business Management BSc G1N2: One of the longest established of disciplines, and underpinning many others, mathematics is the language of science and engineering and an intellectual field in its own right. It speaks without barriers across time. It is a discipline that is forever opening up to us, revealing new and fascinating truths and ideas, and helping to expand upon our knowledge in all directions. At the School of Mathematics in Birmingham we are internationally renowned for our world-leading research and research-led teaching and are committed to providing a challenging, first rate, education to all of our students in a friendly and supportive environment. Consistently ranked amongst the top UK Mathematics centres, we excel at developing our students' thought processes, helping them to become more analytical and able to rapidly identify and solve problems. A warm welcome is extended to you to come and join us, so that we can help you to expand upon your knowledge and understanding of the world through the exquisite language of mathematics. Course Details The Mathematics with Business Management BSc undergraduate degree course is designed to prepare you for high-level management positions and is an integrated programme of mathematics and business-related topics. How do you know you are running your business as efficiently and profitably as possible? From designing the bidding rules for acquiring 3G phone licences, or the routing of delivery lorries, to cutting carpet roll efficiently, mathematics plays a key role in running businesses. This three-year programme is designed to prepare you for high-level management positions and is an integrated programme of mathematics and business-related topics. Two-thirds of your degree involves studying the mathematics, computing, and statistics used in analysing the types of problems thrown up in the business context. The rest of your time is spent in the Birmingham Business School studying the theory and practice of running a business, covering such subjects as economics, marketing and finance. Employability Feedback shows that 85% of our students go on to work or study on graduation. Of those in employment, 80%-90% gain graduate-level jobs and are earning salaries in the region of £20,000-£28,000 pa six months after graduation. Preparation for your career is one of the first things you should be considering when you start university. When you graduate from one of our mathematics programmes, you can expect to be able to pursue careers in any one of the major blue chip companies in sectors as diverse as finance and computing or in government, teaching or the NHS. Many of our students continue their studies to graduate level, taking masters programmes or PhDs. Wherever the application of logical thinking and statistical or strategic knowledge is called for, being one of our graduates will give you a head start. Our degrees will help you to develop key skills such as analytic thinking, problem solving, independent research, report writing and the use of technical language. These skills are all highly sought after by employers. You will have access to a wealth of professional careers advice, Our unique careers guidance service is tailored to your academic subject area, offering specialised expert advice and mentoring, as well as guidance to help you to secure exclusive work-experience opportunities and global internships, all of which will help you to stand out from the competition. And once you have a career in your sights, one-to-one support with CVs, interview practice and job applications will further help to give you the edge. In addition, our employer-endorsed, award-winning Personal Skills Award (PSA) recognises you extra-curricular activities, and provides an accredited employability programme designed to improve your career prospects. You can also take advantage of: Frequent careers advice drop-in sessions in the School, so you can always get help and advice when you need it. An annual Maths Careers Fair, where you can meet employers specifically interested in mathematics graduates. Regular Careers Skills Workshops run by employers or the College employability team to guide you through your career planning and give you an advantage in the application process for graduate positions and internships. A fortnightly careers e-newsletter, including vacancies suited to maths students, with application deadlines and a calendar of careers events likely to be of interest to you as a maths student. Some of our industrial relationships include: Actica Consulting Apple BMI BMW Carillion Emerson Process Management General Electric Goodrich Actuation Masternaut Renishaw RM Education Rockpool Digital Sidessa Thermofisher Scientific Your Birmingham degree is evidence of your ability to succeed in a demanding academic environment. Employers target Birmingham students for their drive, diversity, communication and problem-solving skills, their team-working abilities and cultural awareness, and our graduate employment statistics have continued to climb at a rate well above national trends. If you make the most of the wide range of services you will be able to develop your career from the moment you arrive. [-]

BSc in MATH@PARIS&OSLO

Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)
Campus September 2017 France Paris

The department of mathematics (bachelor's degree) at UPMC offers a partnership with the University of Oslo. [+]

BSc in MATH@PARIS&OSLO

The department of mathematics (bachelor's degree) at UPMC offers a partnership with the University of Oslo whose objective is to support the international student mobility. Specific courses are offered and connected around the common and specific offers in each of the two universities.

The organisation of this subject area is as flexible as possible, taking into account the specific aspects of the teaching of mathematics, the internal logic of which determines to a large extent the order in which the notions must be presented.It makes for varied programmes of study and the possibility of refocusing your direction late into the course and offers a very solid foundation of theoretical fundamentals that will be vital in the future. Students who foresee graduating into active life will be able to find in this programme teaching that is adapted to their particular plans by choosing a set of teaching units that is less theoretical but covers a spectrum of knowledge that is wider or geared toward applications.... [-]


B.Sc. in Mathematics

University of Primorska
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Slovenia Koper

The study programme closely combines the fields of Mathematics and Computer Science. In the following decade, major challenges in science will be posed in the area of integrating various scientific disciplines. [+]

BSc Program in Mathematics in Europe 2017. B.Sc. in Mathematics Type and level of qualification: first cycle: academic study programme Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) ECTS credits: 180 Structure: 29 courses (11 electives) and final project paper (6 ECTS) Obtained professional title in Slovene language: diplomirani matematik (UN) / diplomirana matematičarka (UN) / Abbreviation: dipl. mat. (UN) Field of study: Mathematics and statistics (ISCED 46); study programme: Mathematics; options: Discrete Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Cryptography, Computer Intensive Methods and Applications, Statistics, General Mathematics,Theoretical Mathematics. Short programme description: The study programme closely combines the fields of Mathematics and Computer Science. In the following decade, major challenges in science will be posed in the area of integrating various scientific disciplines, where Mathematics (as a universal language of science) and Computer Science (as a field giving ground to ever more optimal exploitation of the richness of this language) may play a leading role. Therefore the study in the field of Mathematical Sciences should place particular emphasis on its use in other sciences and in concrete problems occurring not only in modern economy, but also in everyday life. Educational and professional goals: To demonstrate the importance of analytical thinking and argumentation, as well as usefulness of various mathematical problem-solving methods. To develop mathematical thinking, reasoning and argumentation in diverse mathematical areas. To recognise the connections between different mathematical theories and other natural and social sciences. To develop the capacity to analyse given data in the sense of reaching new conclusions. To teach students to employ modern technological tools (e.g. calculators, PCs, graphoscopes, projectors, etc.) in solving and demonstrating mathematical problems and concepts. To develop a sense for identifying and employing appropriate mathematical skills, knowledge and techniques (algebraic, numeric or graphic) in a given situation. [-]