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Studying about Mathematics

Mathematics consists of three main areas of study; maths, statistics and operational research. This degree can often be combined with another subject like History, English and even Music. Students can expect to develop their numeracy, logical thinking and analytical skills when studying a Mathematics degree. Common career paths graduates pursue include teaching, working in financial services and computing. There are opportunities within healthcare and defence sectors given the transferable skills students develop during their studies.

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