Mathematics, Actuarial Science and Statistics . University of Southampton . Dr Sujit Sahu School of Mathematics. School of Mathematics. Large student centred school Expertise across mathematical physics, applied mathematics, operational research, pure mathematics and statistics
University of Southampton
Dr Sujit Sahu
School of Mathematics
Simulation and Queues
Design and Analysis of Experiments
Probability and Statistics
Applications of Mathematics in Biology
Number Theory and Cryptography
Relativity, Black Holes and Cosmology
Rings and Fields
Differential Geometry and its Applications
Complex Function Theory
Groups and Symmetry
Why choose Mathematics with Actuarial Science?
The new examination structure consists of:
A total of 14 examinations must therefore be passed to qualify as an Actuary.
Exemption from some of the Specialist exams by undertaking acourse of study or a research dissertation as an alternative is now possible.
CT1 Financial Mathematics
CT2 Finance and Financial Reporting
CT3 Probability and Mathematical Statistics
CT6 Statistical Methods
CT8 Financial Economics
It has been agreed with the Institute of Actuaries that students achieving a suitable performance in certain units will get an exemption from the corresponding subject in the professional examinations.
A maximum of 8 exemptions out of the 8 CT stage units is possible
THE SOUTHAMPTON PROGRAMME OFFERS ALL 8 EXEMPTIONS
This means that after completing our programme you would be over half way to qualifying as an actuary
“All knowledge is, in final analysis, history.
All sciences are, in the abstract, mathematics.
All judgements are in, in their rationale, statistics.”
Prof C. R. Rao
Search for improved medical treatments based on carefully designed experiments.
Produce data on the abundance and location of plants and animals, on the spread of pollution from its sources, and on the possible effects of changes in human activities.
Maintain quality of goods and services and the efficiency with which they are produced and delivered.
How many people are unemployed this month? What do we export to China, and what do we import? Are rates of violent crime increasing or decreasing?
Are consumer tastes in television programs changing? What are promising locations for a new retail outlet?
Golden Jubilee Scholar
Pradeep Subedi (06-09)
(Better than Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, Edinburgh, Imperial, Nottingham, Oxford and Warwick)
Academia, Accountancy, Actuarial, Aircraft Design, Banking, Brokerage, City Quant, Crime Analysis, Computer Game Design, Financial Analysis, Fusion Research, (ex-) Home Secretary, IT, Logistics, Management Consultancy, Marketing, Medical Research, Merchant Banking, Meteorology, Oceanography, Oil Industry, Pharmaceuticals, Security Service, Simulation, Statistician, Systems Analysis, Tax, Teaching, Transport Planner, Underwriter, Uranium production....