You learn from experts involved in research projects in pure and applied Mathematics as well as Economics. So you study modules based on the latest research, ranging from partial differential equations to numerical analysis, from econometrics to probability. During your integrated Masters year you develop skills from both subjects and apply them to an advanced research project. This degree is accredited to meet the educational requirements of the Chartered Mathematician designation awarded by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. You'll use industry-standard software (such as MATLAB, SAS and R) to develop analytical and modelling skills, and benefit from our links to graduate employers.