Wednesday, 24th April 2019


Maths is one of the most traditional subjects to study, and numerical skills are required in all aspects of life. Sure, we won’t all need to apply Pythagoras theorem to our daily lives, or even to our future careers, but there is no doubt that studying maths at a higher level can help you to find a better career further down the line.

Many subjects at university require A-level and/or GCSEs Maths, such as Economics, Business Studies, Physics and Computing.

People who study maths have also been linked with having a higher earning potential in the future.

Mathematics graduates currently earn the highest starting salaries in the graduate job market, but even without a degree, maths skills are needed for many other jobs.

Jobs that need a maths qualification:

More information on how different subjects can help you progress here