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BSc Mathematics and Economics

Programme Director: Andrew Bowler

The BSc Mathematics and Economics provides a broad education in mathematics and the main concepts of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. The course concentrates on the methods and modelling techniques of mathematics, but also provides the theoretical background for these ideas. You will develop a knowledge of a range of mathematical skills together with an understanding of the principles of economics.

This degree is designed for students with mathematical ability who are interested in the theory of the subject and in the application of mathematical methods to commercial and scientific problems. A mathematics or statistics graduate is of course highly numerate. But by learning mathematics, you also learn to construct reasoned, structured arguments. The tools of mathematical analysis, whether it be modelling situations with appropriate equations, or using statistics to analyse data sets and test hypotheses, have countless applications.

Training in the mathematical sciences is highly valued by employers. Graduates in these subjects are in great demand and earn on average 10% more than other graduates.

General enquiries and questions concerning admissions should be directed to the Programme Administrator:

Cassie Fernandes
Room: 717
Tel: 020 7631 6442