Mathematics at Hull is led by renowned academics whose work underpins the modules you'll study. Their specialisms include algebra, analysis, geometry, fluid dynamics, mathematical physics, probability and statistics. All taught within our close-knit mathematical community.
A maths degree is highly valued by employers and opens doors to varied and rewarding careers. Our graduates progress into areas such as teaching, banking and finance, information and communications technology (ICT), accountancy, insurance, the Civil Service, HM Revenue and Customs and management.
Our Physics and Astrophysics degree courses encourage you to explore the world from the sub-atomic scale to the cosmological scale under the guidance of internationally recognised experts. There are excellent employment prospects after you graduate and opportunities to get involved in research that tackles unanswered questions. All our courses are accredited by the Institute of Physics.
First for academic support
Our latest National Student Survey scores show that our Astronomy course is best in class for student satisfaction and academic support*.
Top for employability
Over 90% of our students go into graduate-level roles within 15 months of graduating*. This is further facilitated by our employability focussed project 'WRIPA+'; funded by an Office for Students grant and led by Hull as part of our partnership with the White Rose Industrial Physics Academy (WRIPA).
We are passionate
Our 'Changing face of physics' campaign was named 'Best practice in the UK' by the Equality Challenge Unit and resulted in an Athena Swan award.
We've authored over 700 papers – gathering more than 30,000 citations over the years – in the fields of nanotechnology, laser physics and astrophysics.