University of Birmingham Maths
Study Mathematics at the University of Birmingham
The School of Mathematics is consistently ranked in the top 10 amongst Mathematics departments in the United Kingdom. Our teaching is backed up by ground breaking research in many areas of mathematics, such as fluid dynamics, analysis and group theory. At Birmingham, you will be taught by academics who are global experts in their fields. You will benefit from their varied research interests, which influence the programmes they teach.
Studying mathematics will allow you to acquire a broad range of skills, such as logical thinking and problem solving. These will help you in your academic life, and as you progress in your future career. You will be able to see how mathematics touches our everyday lives by playing a key role in engineering, biology, management, economics, medicine and the social and behavioural sciences.
Single Honours programmes
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics G100
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Industrial Year G102
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics with a Year Abroad in Continental Europe G141
- MSci (Hons) Mathematics G103
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Business Management G1N2
- MSci (Hons) Mathematics with Business Management G1NF
Joint Honours programmes
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Computer Science GG14
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Computer Science with Industrial Year GGD4
- MSci (Hons) Mathematics and Computer Science GI11
- MSci (Hons) Mathematics and Computer Science with Industrial Year GG41
- BSc (Hons) Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics FG31
- MSci (Hons) Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics F3DG
- BA (Hons) French Studies and Mathematics GR11
- BA (Hons) Mathematics and Music GW13
- BA (Hons) Mathematics and Philosophy GV15
Excellent career prospects
Mathematics students at the University of Birmingham come from a wide variety of backgrounds and go into an equally diverse range of careers – there are very few jobs that a mathematics graduate cannot do. Mathematics graduates go into the financial sector, for example accountancy, actuarial work, management consulting and banking, and some go into more general areas of business and management. You could also work in areas of industry where mathematics is applied, or in information technology. Alternatively you may want to use your degree as a springboard to other study. Many graduates go on to do a postgraduate teacher training course, or study for an MSc or PhD in a variety of subjects.