BSc Maths and Stats with a Placement Year (4 years)

The University of Sheffield is inviting applications for BSc Maths and Stats with a Placement Year (4 years) course starting in September 2018.

 This degree is intended for those who wish to specialise in statistics, while developing broader mathematical understanding. Students will complete a placement year between the second and final year.

 The placement year is a great way to get experience of real-world mathematics and statistics and improve CV. Students will be given all the support you need to find the right employer.

Students can specialise later in their course, and may have the option to switch between the degrees.The course includes modules in statistics, probability, core mathematics, pure mathematics and applied mathematics, with an emphasis on statistics and probability as students progress.

 Students can also learn the skills of statistical data analysis and computing, and have the chance to apply these in project work and during their placement year. They will have plenty of opportunities to focus on their career and skills development, too. For example, there are modules on computer programming, statistics in society and secondary school teaching.

Eligibility – Holders of a three year bachelor degree with a minimum of 60% or Class II Division including maths from a reputable university. Overall IELTS grade of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or an equivalent English language qualification

Fee – £ 18, 900 per year 

– The University of Sheffield is pleased to offer International Scholarships to all international students commencing their studies in September 2018. The scholarships are worth £2,000 per year each.

Students can apply for the 50% Merit Scholarship which is available to international undergraduate and postgraduate students. Students can apply for these scholarships after receiving a conditional or unconditional offer from the University of Sheffield.

Last date to apply – June 30, 2018

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