11 December 2013
The major international software company SAS has chosen to partner with the Southampton Management School and Mathematics to enable students to develop the essential skills for a rewarding career in analysing ‘big data’.
9 December 2013
Students of Actuarial Science joined professionals from the region to hear a thought provoking discussion on the role of actuaries in complex health systems in the 2013 University of Southampton lecture sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Actuaries.
4 December 2013
A former Southampton Management School student, who now works at Deloitte has presented prizes for achievement to two current undergraduates. Muhammad Jawad Bhatti (BSc Maths and Actuarial Science) received the Accounting Prize; Richard Sangster, (BSc Management Sciences) took the Management Prize.
27 November 2013
Mathematics at the University of Southampton is to share in a £350 million fund, which will be used to train over 3,500 post graduate students in engineering and physical sciences just announced by Universities and Science Minister, David Willetts MP.
21 November 2013
A three year €11million European Union collaboration involving Southampton mathematicians and nine other partners has just ended with the development of unique analytical tools to support online communities and networks.
15 November 2013
Hundreds of students of Maths and Actuarial Science got the inside track on jobs prospects from a dozen top firms at the University’s annual specialist careers fair.
7 November 2013
Two students from Social and Human Sciences, Modesta Butkute from Maths and Zoe Lampshire from Psychology have received awards for their 12 week summer work placements organised by the University of Southampton Career Destinations.
23 September 2013
The University of Southampton is launching a new pioneering research centre that will help improve our understanding of the Universe and the fundamental laws of nature.
8 July 2013
International researchers and industry professionals interested in using management science and operational research to improve transport planning through logistics and vehicle routing meet in Southampton this week at a prestigious conference.
7 June 2013
Spending the summer working on a real-life project for a top company can be the first step in a successful career. Postgraduate students reaching the end of their taught masters programmes in analytical subjects at the University of Southampton spent a morning trying to impress senior staff from a wide range of companies, who were all offering places on three month summer projects.