Mathematics plays a key role in many aspects of modern life, from technological development to data analysis. During the first two years, you will study the main aspects of mathematics and develop your knowledge in areas such as algebra, analysis, calculus and differential equations. In the final year of the degree, you can explore areas of interest in greater depth. The vast majority of modules in this year are optional and include subjects from pure and applied mathematics and statistics, such as number theory, mathematical biology, numerical analysis and multivariate data analysis. During this year, you will have the option to undertake a project on a mathematical or statistical topic and produce a report and presentation. You have the option of studying this degree over four years with a placement year in industry.