Welcome to the Maths Zone!
The student hub for architecture students at the University of Liverpool
Iwan Williams is the lead careers adviser for Maths
Need careers advice?
- Book a Careers Studio based appointment with a careers adviser
- Send us your careers question or job application for review. Ask a Question and we’ll get back to you.
Where is Careers & Employability?
We are based located in the Alsop Building on University Square. Just look out for the purple hexagons (building number 759 on the university map).
Insight into Maths Careers - Thank you to all who attended!
On Thursday 16th March, around 50 students from across the department had the opportunity to listen to the insights of professionals from a range of different careers linked to Maths. HMRC (Tax), Manchester Airport Group (Business Intelligence), Shop Direct (Analytics), Liverpool Hope University (Secondary Teaching) and Barnett Waddingham (Actuarial) all sent speakers and following their presentations, a lively debate took place covering a range of issues, challenges and opportunities in the graduate job market. Thanks to all who attended. Keep your eyes peeled for a similar event happening next year.
Need a good starting point for researching careers in in Maths? These websites can help:
Attention FIRST and SECOND YEAR students! Register with Liverpool Interns to help you find and apply to Easter and summer internships. There is loads of support available to help every step of the way.
Attention THIRD year students! Small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) offer a fantastic range of graduate opportunities for those looking to stay in and around Merseyside and the north west. Register with Graduate to Merseyside for acess to a whole range of jobs.
Prospects is a careers resource for students and graduates and it contain loads of information about different careers; their entry requirements, pay, roles and responsibilities as well as skills and links to useful websites. Click here for a list of professions related to Mathematics.
Gradcracker are a careers website specifically targetted to STEM students and graduates. Their booklet - known as The Toolkit - is available for free at the Careers & Employability service. Come and grab one!
One of the best ways to reliably research job sectors is to look at the professional bodies. Here is a small sample....
Looking for Actuarial Work?
http://www.theactuaryjobs.com/ has a range of graduate vacancies and also advice for graduates wanting to enter the profession.