A level Mathematics allows you to gain a deeper understanding of the underlying principles and concepts in mathematics and also to develop problem-solving skills and an understanding of how the real world around us can be modeled with mathematics. Mathematics is an extremely important subject in the modern workplace and the course opens up a wide range of career options as well as helping you to move onto a large range of university courses. As such, A level Mathematics is an essential course if you wish to study mathematics, physics, engineering, chemistry or economics at university. The problem-solving and statistical content makes the course very suitable for you moving onto courses in applied science, psychology, business, computer game design, architecture and sport science.
The course provides a good foundation for careers in engineering, economics, operations research, finance, biology, the environment, insurance, software design, medicine, archaeology, social planning, general research and many, many more.