The LSE SU Maths and Stats Society has grown rapidly to provide some of the best possible opportunities that are unique to the LSE. In the current economic climate, we appreciate the difficulties in securing a much sought after job once you graduate from LSE, and we hope to help you as much as we can in your quest.
Whether this is through the weekly homework help sessions to help you achieve the best possible grades, through interactive workshops to give you a taste of what a real job is actually like, or boot camps to teach you the technical knowledge required to ace interviews, we hope to create an environment that is not only educational, but also exciting and professional.
Our major contribution will be the enjoyment and knowledge you gain from this Society. Whether you are a fresher or are starting your internship at an investment bank, we, as a team, are dedicated to provide you with the best possible LSE Society experience!
To provide brand new, innovative, relevant and insightful events for all members instead of CV workshops that may not create the innovation for members to strive for their maximum potential.
To teach members something rather than market an event which looks promising on paper but does not provide any real substance.
To help members realise that maths and stats is not boring! There are so many career paths that rely on an education in mathematics (such as an Actuary, Investment Banker and a Trader).
To provide opportunities to not only network with those currently employed by prominent financial institutions but a chance to ask all the questions you have always wanted to ask.
Please review the LSE SU Maths & Stats Society weekly newsletter for event venue and timing information.
For further information on any of our events, please email Vishal Bhadresa using our contact page, with the event title as the subject of the email.
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The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications exists to support the advancement of mathematical knowledge and its applications and to promote and enhance mathematical culture in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, for the public good.
The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications is also the professional and learned society for qualified and practising mathematicians.
Founded in 1964, the Institute now has over 5000 members. Ten percent of members live outside the United Kingdom. Forty percent of members are employed in education (schools through to universities), and the other 60% work in commercial and governmental organisations.
To find out more or to join visit www.ima.org.uk
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A big thank you to the UCL ADM Maths Society, ICU MathSoc and the King's College London Maths Society for their generous contribution towards the Joint University Mathematics Competition.