On this course you learn the practical application of mathematics, including mathematical and numerical approaches to modelling and problem-solving, and statistical methods. You learn how to use mathematics to solve problems in the real world – including environmental, medical, industrial and commercial contexts. Using technology to apply mathematical techniques, you develop your analysis and interpretation skills to provide solutions. You develop a range of practical skills, including communication, teamwork and problem-solving, which you will continue to use throughout your career. In the third year, there is the optional of a paid work placement.