If you have an analytical mind and enjoy problem solving, a Maths degree at the University of South Wales can open countless career options.
Attending an open day, whether online or on-campus, is the ideal way to learn more about our Maths degrees and get a feel of what it's like to study at the University of South Wales.
Speak to the lecturers and expert staff who teach the courses, take tours of our campuses and facilities, view accommodation, speak to our advice team about placement and career opportunities and discuss finances. Plus, speak to current students and hear about their experiences first hand.
This recognition underlines the high standard of education at the University, and means that all maths graduates are eligible for graduate membership of the IMA.
The majority of our mathematics staff are engaged in research. When studying these high-level areas of mathematics you can be assured you’re not only being taught by experts in that field, but mathematicians who are passionate about their areas of study.
With campuses in Pontypridd, Cardiff and Newport, you can enjoy all that South Wales has to offer – city life, night life and culture, stunning beaches and breathtaking countryside.
Many of our lecturers are at the forefront of their field, producing world-leading research and contributing to advances within their area of expertise.
Meet friends for life, join clubs and societies, experience campus life, benefit from a huge array of facilities and equipment and study a course that will shape the rest of your life.
Dedicated onsite and online support, advice and mentoring will ensure you're heard and supported. Our support services are at the forefront of addressing the challenges that modern-life brings.
Employability is at the heart of everything. So much so that a lot of our teaching is informed by what happens in the real world and the skills you’ll need for your chosen career.
Many of our courses have accreditation from professional, statutory or regulatory bodies. This allows you to gain a qualification recognised in your profession, such as an ACCA or LPC.