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£40,000 cash incentive for PhD Maths graduates

Another benefit of studying mathematics has been highlighted by an announcement offering large cash incentives for maths and physics teachers. Education...(read more)

Posted by Hannah McDowell on Monday 05 May 2014


Want to compete on the world stage? Do more maths

Schools have been told to dedicate more time to the teaching of mathematics to try and haul Britain up the international league tables. One extra teaching...(read more)

Posted by Morwenna Evans on Tuesday 20 May 2014


Maths Grads going for gold in the job market

Despite reports that the graduate employment is going from strength to strength, many of those fresh out of university still struggle to find permanent,...(read more)

Posted by Morwenna Evans on Wednesday 21 May 2014


Are you up to date with your careers advice?

If you're a parent, than according to a recent report, the answer is probably no. A recent article by the BBC discussed the role of parental influence...(read more)

Posted by Morwenna Evans on Thursday 29 May 2014


Maths and the World Cup: Improving England’s chances of success

New research reveals that mathematical ability is key on the football pitch. So if England’s chances of beating Uruguay are to be improved, the players...(read more)

Posted by Morwenna Evans on Tuesday 17 June 2014


7 of the best paid maths careers

This summer saw maths overtook in English as the most popular A-level subject for the first time in ten years, suggesting more students than ever will...(read more)

Posted by Jeanne Lu on Tuesday 09 September 2014


Want to make money? Study maths!

What a difference a paycheck makes! University of Birmingham study shows students 39% more likely to study maths at A-level when they know the financial...(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Tuesday 20 January 2015


5 Reasons you should send your child to Summer School

Summer School is a course that can lasts one week or more where students who attend are offered intensive tuition in certain subjects, such as Maths and...(read more)

Posted by Maths Doctor on Wednesday 01 April 2015