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    Are you looking to take your career as an Actuary to the next level? Perhaps you’re seeking a career change, or maybe you’re researching your options and can’t decide on which course is right for you? If any of the above applies and you have an aptitude for Maths, your next step is with us at Leicester…

    Why Leicester?

    Our actuarial science degrees are taught by both experienced actuaries and actuarial researchers, giving you the best of both worlds. What’s more, you are able to gain exemptions from the first tier of the institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ exams (CT1-CT8), and you can boost your employability credentials even further by opting to take an industrial placement.

    Undergraduate study

    Mathematics and Actuarial Science BSc

    This course is for you if you want to develop your mathematical ability whilst focused on financial, actuarial and business applications. It is designed to train the actuaries of the future and is differentiated very clearly from other Mathematics-based degrees at Leicester.

    Postgraduate study

    Actuarial Science MSc

    This course is for you if you have graduated and now want to specialise in Actuarial Science at Masters level. It is designed to prepare you for direct entry into the profession and a successful career. You will leave equipped with the skills and knowledge to evaluate and interpret different forms of data, analyse risk and present your results to a professional audience, and with an understanding of how to apply this knowledge to real problems using the fundamental techniques required by an actuary.

    Actuarial Science MSc / PGDip by Distance Learning

    This course is for you if you want to specialise in Actuarial Science at Masters level from home. Studying by distance learning means you don’t need to take a career break to get ahead. You can study the course at a time that suits you in a location that suits you; it also means that you can start to apply your new knowledge and insights to your working life immediately.

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