Mathematics is not only there to calculate probabilities such as a lottery win, it is the basis for almost all natural sciences and statistical computing in the social sciences.
Do you already have a Bachelors degree in Mathematics in your pocket and enjoy working with numbers? Then this Masters programme is your career springboard. The Master of Mathematics deepens your overall knowledge and many universities offer various maths-related MSc degrees, some of which are: interdisciplinary maths MSc, straight maths MSc, and a financial maths MSc.
Most programmes last one year and consist of high-level lecture modules, coursework, and final exams in the first six months. During this time, students also decide on their dissertation topics which they have to finish in the second part of their study period.
A major advantage of a maths degree is its versatility and flexibility. Graduates of a Master of Mathematics can work in a number of fields: