Overview of the Degree
This degree provides an education in mathematics and actuarial science
Actuarial science is the study of risk and uncertainty, usually of a financial and long-term nature. Professionals who work in this industry are called actuaries, and it’s a career that’s regularly voted as a top three choice in job rankings. The strong intellectual challenges combined with the expected financial rewards make this a highly sought-after profession.
This degree offers students the opportunity to develop their mathematical ability, whilst staying focussed on financial and actuarial applications. Not only does the course provide the technical knowledge required by students wanting to join the Actuarial Profession, but it also seeks to promote the development of a wide range of skills. This ensures that graduates are able to add value in many areas for their future employers.
Subject to approval from the Actuarial Profession (summer 2012), students who are sufficiently successful in the relevant modules will be award exemptions from the Profession’s exams (CT1-CT8).
|BSc Mathematics and Actuarial Science (GN1H)||This is a three year Bachelor degree which aims to produce graduates who are balanced in applying mathematical technique to actuarial studies.|
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