The Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance is one of the leading academic actuarial departments in the world, with highly respected degree courses and research. It comprises 29 staff, including 8 qualified actuaries. The Faculty makes use of its position close to the heart of the City of London to enhance its research, teaching and external profile.
Its research considers a range of theoretical and applied issues in pensions, life and general insurance, and health care. Particular avenues of research include insurance solvency, mortality and longevity modelling, risk management, pricing in competitive markets, dependency between risks, the impact of fair value accounting on insurance and the funding of social care.
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- A UK upper second class degree or above, or the equivalent from an overseas institution, in a highly quantitative programme such as mathematics or statistics is required to enter this course