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A Russell Group university: one of the UK's 20 leading research-intensive universities
Ranked in the UK top 20 in 22 subject areas (Times Good University Guide 2011)
Teaching and Research .... in the front rank of UK universities (The Guardian University Guide)
Queen's offers a full range of courses to international students who need additional language training (www.into.uk.com/qub)
Second-safest city in the world (United Nations)
Lowet cost of living in the UK (British Council)
Why Maths at Queen's ...
Study Mathematics or Mathematics & Statistics at Queen's, one of the elite Russell Group of universities that includes Oxford and Cambridge.
Study in a custom-built Mathematics buiding opened in 2007, adjacent to the award-winning McClay Library and in close proximity to the new International and Postgraduate Student Centre.
Study in a student-friendly, welcoming environment where junior students are supported by their senior counterparts through student-led peer mentoring.
Study in an educationally focused enviroment with tutorial/example classes and feedback on your progress weekly through out your undergraduate career.
Study in a Department where students ranked it one of the highest in the University for 'Student Satisfaction' in the 2010 UK National Student Sruvey.
Study in a Department that offers specialist training in SAS software making graduates highly employable throughout the World.
Study in a department which offers a scholarships of £1,000 in the 1st year to all full paying international students.
Accreditation - most Mathematics courses are accredited by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.
Flexibility - building on a broadly based first year, students may tailor their programmes to reflect their individual strengths and interests from second year onwards.
Projects - Final year MSci students undertake a full-year project working alongside research-active international staff and also developing their presentational and communication skills.
Employability - Mathematics and Mathematics & Statistics graduates from Queen's enjoy great success in a broad range of careers.
"The Maths degree at Queens was a fantastic experience. I thoroughly enjoyed my 3 years studying there. The tutors were helpful, the timetable was well-laid-out, and the other students were fun and friendly. The David Bates Building had a great ethos about it - a very positive place. There was a broad range of modules, making the course very flexible, and each one was taught, and executed well."
Emma McRoberts, BSc Maths graduate 2005