University of Kent  
Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science Business Mathematics (G1N1) Course titles: Calculus, Mathematical Methods, Algebra, Discrete Mathematics and Probability, Statistics, Economics for Mathematicians, Computing in Mathematics, Managers and Organisations, Analysis, Linear Algebra, Probability and Inference, Computational Mathematics, Mathematical Techniques and Differential Equations, Regression, Operations and Service management, Mathematical Programming and it’s application, Principles of Finance, Mini project or Dissertation/project, Mathematical Modelling of Financial Derivatives, Numerical Solutions of Differential Equations, Applied Stochastic Modelling and Data Analysis, Analysis of Variance, Selected topics in Operational research, Stochastic Processes, Time Series Modelling and Simulation, Practical Multivariate Analysis, Heuristics and Structured Problems in OR, Managing Complexity: The systems approaches and Soft Operational Research, Simulation Modelling, Econometrics 1, Econometrics 2, Business Finance Actuarial Science (N323) Course titles: Algebra, Calculus, Discrete Mathematics and Computing, Economics for Mathematicians, Financial Mathematics, Mathematical Methods, Probability and Statistics, Analysis, Contingencies I, Finance and Financial Reporting, Linear Algebra, Probability and Inference, Statistics for Insurance, Time Series and Simulation, Contingencies II, Financial Economics, Financial Modelling, Life Assurance Practice, Pension Funds, Stochastic Processes, Survival Models Mathematics (G100) Course titles: Algebra, Calculus, Computing in Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics and Probability, Mathematical Methods, Statistics, Analysis, Linear Algebra, Computational Mathematics Groups, Rings and Fields, Linear Programming, Mathematical Modelling, Mathematical Techniques and Differential Equations, Probability and Inference, Regression, Several Variable Calculus, Analysis of Variance, Applied Stochastic Modelling and Data Analysis, Business Finance, Calculus of Variations, Complex Analysis, Computational Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Heuristics and Structured Problems in OR, Mathematical Modelling of Financial Derivatives, Nonlinear Systems and Mathematical Biology, Numerical Solutions of Differential Equations, Operational Research, Optimisation, Real Analysis and Metric Spaces, Stochastic Processes, Theory of Probability and Inference, Time Series Modelling and Simulation Topology. Financial Mathematics (GN13) Course titles: Algebra, Mathematical Methods, Calculus, Economics for Mathematicians, Discrete Mathematics and Computing, Compound Interest, Probability and Statistics for Actuarial Science, Analysis, Linear Algebra, Mathematical Techniques and Differential Equations, Probability and Inference, Regression, Finance and Financial reporting, Final year Dissertation or Mini projects, Mathematical Modelling of Financial Derivatives, Financial economics, Stochastic Processes, Time Series Modelling and Simulation Financial Mathematics (GG41 Course titles: Calculus, Mathematical Methods, Algebra, Discrete Mathematics and Probability, Object Oriented Programming I (Introduction), Object Oriented Programming II (Further), Computer Systems, Functional Programming, Analysis, Linear Algebra, Introduction to Intelligent Systems, Advanced Programming Techniques, Operating Systems and Architecture, Concurrency Design and Practice, IT Consultancy Methods, Mathematics Dissertation or Mini projects, Computer Science group project, Human Computer Interaction, IT Consultancy Practice 1, Formal Software Development, Comparative Programming Languages, Advanced Concurrency Design and Practice, Computer Networks and Communications, Logic Programming and Constraint Programming, Cognitive Neural Networks, Natural Computation, Software Failure and Risk, Computer Graphics and Animation, Computing Law and Professional Responsibility, IT Consultancy Practice 2, Computing in the Classroom, Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery. Mathematics and Statistics (GG13) Course titles: Algebra, Calculus, Mathematical Methods, Discrete Mathematics and Probability, Statistics, Computing in Mathematics, Geometry, Mathematical Investigations and Computer Algebra, Economics for Mathematicians, Economics mode A or Economics mode B, Managers and Organisations, Analysis, Linear Algebra, Computational Mathematics, Probability and Inference, Regression, Mathematical programming and it’s applications, Statistics for Insurance, Operations and Service Management, Principles of Finance, Dissertation project, Analysis of Variance, Applied Stochastic Modelling and Data Analysis, Heuristics and Structured Problems in OR, Optimisation, Business Finance, Finance and Financial Reporting Mathematics, Accounting & Finance (GN14) Course titles: Computing for Business and Accounting, Economics Mode A or Economics Mode B, Calculus, Mathematical Methods, Algebra, Discrete Mathematics and Probability, Statistics At Kent’s Institute of Mathematics, Statistics & Actuarial Science we aim to provide programmes that reflect all aspects of mathematics. Our programmes are stimulating, relevant and uptodate – just one of the many good reasons for coming to Kent. Mathematics and Statistics Mathematics is incredibly important to the modern world. All quantitative science, including both physical and social sciences, is based on it. It provides the theoretical framework for physical science, statistics and data analysis as well as computer science. The programmes offered by the Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science reflect this diversity and the excitement generated by new discoveries within mathematics that affect not only the technicalities of science but also our general understanding of the world in which we live. The programmes share a common core of Mathematics at Stage 1 and then move on to cover abstract, analytical and computational techniques that give you the opportunity to specialise in areas such as nonlinear differential equations, computational algebra and geometry, financial mathematics, forecasting, design and analysis of experiments, inference and stochastic processes. Our teaching is led by research which is undertaken by staff at Kent who enjoy high international reputation as experts in their areas. Actuarial Science Actuaries deal with the evaluation and management of financial risks, particularly those associated with companies within the financial services industry. They form a small yet well respected and influential profession. Students from this course have also gone on to successful careers in other jobs such as accountancy, banking or operational research. If you are good at mathematics and you are curious about financial matters, you should enjoy studying actuarial science. The core actuarial science modules are taught by professionally qualified actuaries with many years practical experience in consultancy or the insurance industry. Our Institute is friendly and we place an emphasis on getting to know our students on a onetoone basis. Our degree gives you the opportunity to gain exemptions from eight of the professional examinations set by the UK Actuarial Profession. Our ’Invicta Actuarial Society’ provides a good meeting place for students, staff and other actuaries working in the Kent area, and a link with industry. The Canterbury campus is Kent's original site, founded in 1965. It is built on 300 acres of parkland overlooking Canterbury and is still growing and evolving. Modern buildings are surrounded by open green spaces, courtyards, gardens, ponds and woodland, and the view across Canterbury and the Stour valley all help to make it an attractive and friendly campus. The campus is selfcontained, which means that you are usually within walking distance of all the excellent facilities on offer: the Templeman Library, the Computing Service, the Medical Centre, the Sports Centre, the Gulbenkian Theatre complex including Cinema 3, the Students' Union including the Venue nightclub, the Campus Shop and bookshop, banks and cash points, bistros, bars, public access terminals, busstops and launderettes. Canterbury city centre is only 20 minutes walk away, or on a direct bus route. There are approximately 11,000 students on campus, including undergraduates and postgraduates, plus lecturers, research staff, members of the local community and overseas students on a year abroad. With 130 nationalities represented, and approximately one third of all postgraduate students from countries outside the EU, the campus has a very cosmopolitan feel. Campus life centres round four colleges, the Templeman Library, purposebuilt science laboratories and teaching buildings, and the Students' Centre. The four colleges at Kent are each named after distinguished British figures  Darwin, Eliot, Keynes and Rutherford. They are more than just halls of residence, because in addition to living, social and catering facilities they also house lecture theatres, seminar rooms, computer terminal rooms, and some academic departments. All students and academic staff belong to a college, whether or not they live on campus. So you will have plenty of opportunity to meet people studying different subjects. The colleges give you access to a readymade community from the moment you arrive at Canterbury. Address Information:
