Mathematics in Management
new degree offered by the University of Leicester will equip graduates with two
of the skills most highly prized by employers - numeracy and business awareness.
Leicester BSc in Mathematics with Management has been developed to produce
versatile graduates with excellent mathematical skills, a thorough understanding
of key issues in the business world, and the ability to apply sophisticated
mathematical methods to business solutions.
will also develop important life skills, such as team-working, verbal and
written presentation, independence, and practical problem-solving.
of the degree include:
A panel of business people will be involved in the generation of appropriate projects in both the second and third years.
Born out of a collaboration between the Department of Mathematics and the University of Leicester Management Centre, one of Europe's largest management schools, the BSc in Mathematics and Management offers students the exciting prospect of working in two expanding and dynamic departments.
The Pure and Applied Mathematics Groups were both graded 5
(the highest numerical grade) in the recent Government Research Assessment
Excise, and students will find themselves working with mathematicians of
international renown. Mathematics teaching was also recently rated as Excellent
(22 out of 24) by the Quality Assurance Agency.
graduates can already expect to earn significantly more than the average
graduate. With the integration of a significant Management component into their
repertoire, mathematics students taking this new degree at the University of
Leicester will further enhance their career prospects and earning power.
who wish to find out more about this degree should contact Dr M Dampier (email email@example.com,
telephone 0116 252 3889). More
information is also available on the departmental web site www.mcs.le.ac.uk.
TO EDITORS: For
more information contact Dr Michael Dampier, Admissions Tutor, University of
Leicester Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, telephone 0116 252
3889, facsimile 0116 252 3915, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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