This master's-level degree will allow you to pursue your specific interests, whether you enjoy pure or applied mathematics. Additionally, the course is approved by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications to meet the educational requirements of Chartered Mathematician status following graduation. 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. The next two years are predominantly made up of optional modules, enabling you to tailor the course to suit your interests. One third of your final year will be made up of a guided research project, for which you will be given one-to-one supervision by an academic member of staff with expertise in your chosen area. This will culminate in a report and presentation. As an MMath graduate you will be ideally placed for a career in mathematical research, whether in industry, academia or elsewhere.