What can I do with my degree in Actuarial Science?
As well as subject-specific knowledge and skills, a graduate in actuarial science will typically have gained:
- Employers will consider problem solving, thinking logically and high level quantitative and numerical skills as obvious acquisitions on an actuarial degree.
- Other skills gained include Analysing, Investigating, Numeracy, Communication, Cooperating and Advising
- You will also gather specific knowledge such as statistical methods, applied mathematics and actuarial technical skills such as Prophet.
This is not an exhaustive list of skills – you will develop many skills from your course, extra-curricular activities and work experience. You can find out more about the skills employers look for and how you can develop them here.