The BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Finance degree route provides you with an opportunity to explore both mathematics and finance subject fields within a coherent and complementary programme of study. A mathematics qualification is much sought after by employers in all sectors of industry and commerce and will always enhance your career prospects, and the range of specialist accounting and finance topics provide a strong foundation should you decide to develop a career as financial manager. A number of the accounting and finance modules that you will undertake are officially accredited by the ACCA (The Chartered Association of Certified Accountants), and successful completion of the degree will mean you are eligible for exemption from a range of professional body exams. The programme also provides an opportunity to undertake a paid professional placement year between your second and final year of study. This is a feature shared with its sister programme, BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance, and enables our students to put into practice the skills they have developed and at the same time develop the interpersonal skills valued so highly by employers. A key benefit of studying with us at Chichester is that you will be taught in small class sizes (containing typically 20-25 students) where you are encouraged to interact both with your fellow students as well as the academic staff. The Bognor Regis campus has recently received considerable investment in both its infrastructure and learning resources. The town adjoining the campus is on the South coast of England and has a direct train service to central London with a typical journey time of one hour fifty minutes. The structure of the programme means that if at the end of the first year you decide on reflection that you would like to focus primarily on Mathematics, or alternatively the area of Accounting and Finance, there is provision to transfer to one or other of our specialist degree routes.