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About this specialisation

Topics covered in the pure mathematics specialisation include algebraic topology, commutative algebra and functional analysis among others.

The pure mathematics specialisation offers a highly flexible and adaptable program, which is both interesting and challenging.

A combination of core units are offered, which introduce the major areas of mathematics, together with a variety of deeper coursework units.

Graduate opportunities

Graduates with mathematical skills are in demand in many areas, especially in business associated with financial services and information technology.

They are needed in almost all scientific, medical, technological and industrial research.

You could be employed in a wide range of organisations to interpret information and make forecasts and decisions. Statisticians and mathematicians can be found in major corporations and in the public sector, where their skills are essential for policy planning. 

Even in areas where specific mathematical knowledge is not directly relevant, mathematics and statistics graduates are highly valued by many employers for their mental discipline and thoroughness.

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