September 2019 Clearing course vacancies
Full list of undergraduate mathematical sciences courses with vacancies.
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If you’re unable to see the course you’re looking for, or want to know what other vacancies are available, please see our full list of course vacancies available through Clearing.
“The course at Plymouth was great – it had a fantastic mix of classical, statistical, and applied mathematics. This allows students to begin to shape their careers whilst at university.”
BSc (Hons) Mathematics graduate Ellis now works as a Financial Analyst for TaylorMade-Adidas Golf Company
“The course opened my eyes to the many different routes possible to me after graduating, such as actuarial and analytical roles.”
The Maths Lab
Students and lecturers’ study area equipped with boards and a data projector.
Interactive devices used for in-class voting that also for anonymous feedback between students and staff.
Mathematics and statistics drop-in area in the library.
Modern IT facilities
PC-equipped tutorial rooms and PC- and Mac-equipped open-access labs, as well as WiFi access and license support for your devices.
Gain expertise in Python programming language, systems for symbolic manipulation and visualisation (Maple), as well as statistical computing and data analysis (R and Excel).
High Performance Computing for project work
For project students we can offer access to High Performance Computing, and, for interested advanced students we support the use of modern scientific programming languages (Python, C, C++, R, Fortran and Open MPI). Students also have access to our GPU research centre for massively parallel processing.
Our research expertise
Research spans pure and applied mathematics, medical and financial statistics, theoretical physics and simulations using high performance computing.
Our research is supported by our own High Performance Computing facility. The supercomputer is a state-of-the-art cluster comprising more than 1000 cores using InfiniBand for fast communication.