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Asaph Scott BSc Maths and Actuarial Science2015

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Hi, I'm Asaph Scott and I studied BSc Maths and Actuarial Science within Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

There are over 300 clubs and societies to choose from. One has no excuse not to find a place, outside of lectures, to socialise.

 Q: Why did you choose to study at Southampton?

It has a great reputation and you get exemptions from all eight C.T. exams if you do well.

Q: Are there lots of opportunities/places to socialise and relax here? (Clubs and societies)

Yes especially since there are over 300 clubs and societies to choose from. One had no excuse not to find a place, outside of lectures, to socialise.

Q: Does the university help its students get ready for employment?

Yes it does. Especially during lectures where students come and talk about different events taking place - events which are usually geared towards students looking for internship positions. The university seems to be encouraging students to take the initiative towards funding either internships or employment full or part time.

Q: The University helps students find placements and internships to complement their studies, is this a good thing?

Yes this is excellent! The more experience the better! Employers want someone who has both grades and experience.

Q: What are the benefits of living in halls?

This gives you the university feel and more opportunities to socialise and meet people, not necessarily in your lectures. This is a great way to build relationships with people.

Q: What are your plans for the future?

Hopefully I will become an actuary and be successful at my job.

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