Scholarships Available for the BSc (Hons) Mathematics & Statistics Degree
UCLan Cyprus is delighted to announce 50% Scholarships for the BSc (Hons) Mathematics & Statistics programme, for your first year of studies at the British University of Cyprus.
Interesting Facts about Mathematical Sciences graduates:
Employment of mathematicians and statisticians is projected to grow 33% from 2019 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. The amount of digitally stored data will increase over the next decade as more people and companies conduct business online and use social media, smartphones, and other mobile devices. As a result, businesses will increasingly need mathematicians and statisticians to analyse the large amount of information and data collected.
Organisations & Industries which employ graduates of Mathematical Sciences in the UK:
•Accountancy: ACCA, Deloitte, Grant Thornton, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Smith & Williamson.
•Financial Services: American Express, Barklays Bank, Capital One, Citigroup, Nationwide, Santander, Visa.
•Government: Civil Service, GCHQ, Met Office, Army, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy.
•Insurance: ACE Europe, Aviva, Join Insurance, Lloyd’s, Prudential.
•IT & Computing: Apple, BT, Dell, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Intel, Logica, Microsoft, Xerox.
•Transport/Travel: Booking.com, Gatwick Airport, London Underground, Network Rail.
What Mathematics and Statistics can offer you?
The BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Statistics is a programme of study that covers topics across the whole range of mathematical areas and statistical fields, with opportunity to specialise further on statistics. Our curriculum is built on a variety of themes, which run through all academic years of the programme; mathematical methods, statistical methods, analysis, probability, algebra, mechanics, computational mathematics, computational statistics and data analysis.
Applicants interested in October 2020 BSc (Hons) Mathematics & Statistics Scholarships, should complete the below procedure.
Complete the UCLan Cyprus application form. The form is available electronically here.
Provide copies of your High School certificate and the following supporting documents (in native language & in English):
> School leaving certificate & mark sheet
> English language qualification (IELTS or IGCSE or any other equivalent)
> Passport copy, minimum validity 2 years (For International Students)
The above documents should be submitted electronically via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once the University has received all the above required documents, the UCLan Cyprus Admissions Department will proceed with an official scholarship evaluation and if the application is successful will issue a Conditional/ Unconditional Offer letter stating the terms & conditions of your admission and further details regarding Visa procedures.
For more information on how to apply for an entry VISA click here.
It is worth mentioning that scholarships can also be maintained for subsequent years provided an overall average grade of 70% is achieved, with a minimum grade of 60% in each individual module. Scholarships are calculated as a percentage on the original fee (i.e. A 50% scholarship: 50% x 9,950 = €4,975).
Reasons to Choose UCLan Cyprus:
All PhD qualified, our lecturers are research – active and specifically trained to reach greater teaching quality for an enhanced student experience.
Upon completion of studies, UCLan Cyprus BSc (Hons) Mathematics & Statistics graduates receive a Double Degree (two certificates) from both UCLan Cyprus and UCLan UK that are recognised not only in Cyprus and United Kingdom, but also across Europe and beyond.
1. In case you still do not have your School leaving certificate (for Undergraduates) you can provide the latest mark sheet you have and a conditional offer letter will be issued to secure your place at UCLan Cyprus.
2. If any other scholarships or bursaries are applicable, then only the highest will apply.
3. Scholarships are available for a limited time only and Course Leader Interview may be required as part of the process.