As a Mathematics Degree is highly valued by employers, and can be used in such a wide range of applications, it opens doors to a range of varied and financially rewarding careers.
You’ll develop a range of transferable skills including: data analysis, presentation and communication skills, and problem solving.
Some of the most popular career avenues include: engineering, telecommunications, medical research, scientific jobs, computer systems, logistics and operational planning, teaching, and the finance sector.
Other avenues, which may be of interest, are: management consultancy, marketing, investment banking, accountancy, insurance, the Civil Service, and HM Revenue and Customs.
The University's Careers Service works alongside departments to enhance your career prospects, organising activities such as; CV writing, mock interviews, training for assessment centres and a series of career talks from employers and ex-students. They will be pleased to meet with you at any stage of your degree, and even after graduation - The University of Hull is one of the few universities which do not place a time limit after which support is withdrawn.