Mathematics provides the advanced tools and techniques needed for facing these new tasks, and takes an increasingly significant role in future developments, as IT systems and 'big data' become ever more central to modern life.
The course is taught over three years with optional modules in the final year including Simulation Techniques; Portfolio Analysis; Financial Mathematics; Time Series; Approximation Theory and Methods; Chaos and Dynamical Systems; Classical Mechanics; Option Theory; Mathematics Report and Game Theory. There is also the option of completing a placement year.
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Aston uni is right in the heart of Birmingham, which is amazing as all the facilities and the big city are right on our doorstep. The lectures are really informative and interesting, and the staff make a big effort to give you practical experience on top of the theoretical content, which is perfect. They also offer paid placement years on top of your degree, so you can get vital on the job experience that looks really great on your CV. The employability services in the SU are really dedicated and have loads of great opportunities too.
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