The programme teaches you the techniques needed to get your career off to a flying start. It develops your core computing and analytical skills (as well as your mathematics and statistics knowledge).
Actuaries are employed extensively by insurance companies and the government, both for direct policy assessments and for financial planning; their value is recognised by the high salaries they command worldwide.
We place an emphasis on the application of mathematics and statistics in the workplace.
Teaching quality has been rated as 'excellent' (23/24) by the Quality Assurance Agency. Kingston was ranked in the top 20 for Mathematics in the 2012 Guardian University League Table.
Supportive staff help you to reach your full potential.
wireless and wired computer networks;
a good range of specialist software and hardware tools to support education and research; and
professional industry-relevant software.
You will have the chance to go on a professional work placement.