M.Sc. Mathematics

What is M.Sc. Mathematics?

You may already know your ordinary differential from your partial differential equation, but taking a postgraduate course in mathematics will take you away from the textbook to a world where you get to explore your own theories and try to figure out your own solutions. Universities are offering a range of courses in the subject, from pure mathematics to those mixed with finance and the sciences. While a master's might whet your appetite for further study, graduates are likely to be snapped up in a range of jobs, from banking and IT to meteorology and engineering.

Why M.Sc. Mathematics?

A postgraduate degree is a means to establishing one's intellectual independence. People choose to do mathematics degrees because they love mathematics and want to do it professionally. Throughout an undergraduate degree one learns to understand mathematics, while the MSc degree provides the transition from learning mathematics to creating mathematics.

The future of a M.Sc. Mathematics Graduate:

The major advantage of a mathematics degree is its versatility. IT and banking are generally popular destinations. A large number go on to do PhDs either at Warwick or elsewhere. The importance of mathematics subjects arise daily, increasing the necessity for mathematics graduates. The mathematicians want to work as an operational research and statistics consultant that structures the strategic-level decisions given by government ministries.

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