Engineering Mathematics graduates are superbly employable: over 90% are employed within six months of leaving university. Most of our students already have firm offers of emplyment before they have completed the final year of their studies. The vast majority of graduates choose to pursue careers which actively use the technical skills they have developed during the course, for example, in industry, information technology or academia. Our many connections with industry, through collaborative research and consultancy, mean that our courses remain relevant professionally, and that we are well placed to recommend the best graduate employers.
I particularly enjoyed the Engineering Mathematics course as it gave the opportunity to study many areas of engineering and particularly suited my interest in simulation and computing... read more
Chris Halse - Senior Engineer, Wind Engineering Centre, Romax Technology Inc.
I chose to study Engineering Mathematics at Bristol as I was impressed by the unique range of courses and topics covered by the degree. The mathematical modelling approach to the course gives you the skills to be successful in a wide range of careers... read more
Daniel Arnold - Managing Director, Global Markets Division, Deutsche Bank