Graduates with a single-major degree in Mathematics and Statistics are recommended to take advantage of membership of one of the following three professional societies:
- The London Mathematical Society
- The Royal Statistical Society
- The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
Why become a member of a professional organisation?
Becoming a member of one of these societies has a significant number of benefits.
- Keep up to date with the latest developments in mathematics and statistics and help to improve knowledge in the subject
- Influence government policy by having a voice in debates
- Network with other like-minded people within the field and advance your career prospects
- Enjoy discounts on training courses and professional exams, as well as other discounts
- Attend society-hosted events, including debates and meetings
The degrees in Statistics and in Mathematics with Statistics will grant you:
- accreditation to Graduate Statistician status of the Royal Statistical Society, provided you achieve at least a Second Class Honours and take the appropriate options
- an exemption from the probability and statistics exam of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, subject to satisfactory academic performance