Adding a master’s year enables you to work more independently and at a higher level, preparing you for a career in a technical or quantitative discipline or for doctoral research.
GoldIn the Teaching Excellence Framework Also Top 5 in the UK (THE ranking, broad-based universities)
Top 3in England for overall Student Satisfaction NSS 2019 (broad-based universities)
97%of research world leading, or of international importance Research Excellence Framework, 2014
Luke Riley, Mathematics with Integrated Master's
"The maths programme at Keele allowed me to learn how to work through a mathematical problem applying real life context wherever possible" - read more about Luke Riley, Mathematics with Integrated Master's
Anne-Marie Simcock, Mathematics with Integrated Master's
"Pursuing a maths degree gives you a wide range of careers to explore after university. It keeps your options open and the skills you develop can be applied to many fields" - read more about Anne-Marie Simcock, Mathematics with Integrated Master's
Hollie Lloyd, Mathematics with Integrated Master's
"The ability to think logically and solve problems is not something to be underestimated, as well as being an attractive skill to many employers after completing your degree" - read more about Hollie Lloyd, Mathematics with Integrated Master's
Adam Owen, Mathematics with Integrated Master's
"The undergraduate Master's degree that I obtained from Keele gave me the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to be able to pursue my dream of studying for my PhD in Mathematics" - read more about Adam Owen, Mathematics with Integrated Master's
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