Mathematics is a highly collaborative, as well as internationally competitive, field. Math is the “universal language,” and by studying Mathematics abroad, you can strengthen your intercultural communication skills, enhance your personal and professional networks and participate in academically rigorous courses while engaging in a number of culturally enriching activities. Studying in Western Europe allows you to visit famous sites in the history of mathematics like the codebreaking hubs at Bletchley Park in England, where Alan Turing worked during World War II. Studying Mathematics abroad will enrich you personally, challenge you academically and give you a competitive professional edge.
Mathematics includes: Algebra • Calculus • Finite Mathematics • Statistics & Probability