Getting ready to join the global workforce? Having a study abroad experience on your resume is a great way to show future employers that you are prepared to adjust to different work styles and can approach new situations with an open mind. While many ISA programs offer a range of math courses, your time abroad can also be an opportunity to discover new academic interests or pursue coursework that you might not otherwise take at your home university.
- Applied Maths | King’s College London – London, England
- Differential Equations | University of Reading – Reading, England
- Statistics and Probability | University College Dublin – Dublin, Ireland
- Number Theory | University of Glasgow – Glasgow, Scotland
- Calculus I | Universidad Carlos III de Madrid – Madrid, Spain
If you need help finding specific courses that you need to take abroad, fill out this course finder form and our expert advisors will be in touch with you with some program options!
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