3 good reasons to study Mathematics at Salford: A focus on applied mathematics relevant to your future career in business and industry. Regular guest lectures from industry will form the basis of real-world case studies for you to solve. A final year project could be based around one of our cutting edge research themes such as climate modelling or nanotechnology. As a Salford mathematics graduate you will have valuable transferable skills that are highly regarded by employers from a range of industries. You will be numerate, have high level problem solving skills and be able to apply maths to a huge range of situations in industries such as engineering, computing, business, finance and accounting. We encourage participation in a placement year in industry where you can develop your practical and theoretical knowledge. Our maths degree is situated in the School of Computing, Science & Engineering and the modules within this course are shaped to reflect the diversity of courses within the School - meaning you will have many options as to which industry you wish to take your mathematical skills to.