Our extensive faculty links with potential employers, including National Grid, MathWorks, Unipart, Rolls-Royce and Jaguar Land Rover, help us to maintain an excellent track record for graduate employability.You’ll have access to our computing facilities, which enable you to gain experience using mathematical software packages, like MAPLE and MATLAB®. You’ll also receive one-to-one assistance from Sigma, the University’s internationally-renowned Centre for Excellence in Mathematics and Statistics Support, which previously won the Times Higher Education (THE) award for Outstanding Support for Students.You’ll be taught by teaching team which include active researchers in applied mathematics with expertise in fluid dynamics and complex systems, who share their research findings through teaching and supervising projects. You may also be provided with the opportunity to competitively apply for paid summer research internships at no additional cost. Past students have, for example, undertaken internships analysing social networks of past cultures through ancient and mythological narratives or studied lattice models of polymers.Our course offers an international perspective, with opportunities to conduct Online International Learning (OIL) activities with students from around the world, participate in field trips overseas or spend a year studying abroad in Europe, America or Australia. We have opportunities for student exchanges and visiting scholars thanks to our close links with the University of Grenoble and are members of the FrancoGerman Doctoral School for Complex Systems and Out-of-Equilibrium Systems, together with the Universities of Lorraine, Leipzig and Lviv.Note that travel costs for mandatory field trips are covered by the University’s flying-start scheme. Optional field trips and student exchanges may be subject to additional costs, application processes, meeting applicable visa requirements and availability.**Key Course Benefits**- Strong student satisfaction – 93% both for overall satisfaction and for the quality of teaching in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2019.- Meets the academic requirements for registration as a Chartered Mathematician with the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), if followed by appropriate training and experience. Please check with the awarding body for more details.