A degree in Mathematics, Modeling and Data Analytics opens the door for a wide range of career options. These include:
- Insurance companies hire mathematicians in actuarial and other analyst positions.
- Quantitative Finance and Financial Engineering offers numerous opportunities involving fairly deep mathematical concepts.
- Operations Researchers help organizations, businesses, and government find efficient solutions to organizational and strategic planning questions, including scheduling and distribution problems, resource allocation, facilities design, and forecasting.
- Mathematicians are frequently employed in Information Technology positions. In particular, mathematical knowledge is essential for work in information security and cryptography.
- Statisticians are employed by large organizations and work in research and development divisions from academia to industry to analyze data from surveys and experiments.
- Education offers a wide field of employment ranging from secondary school teachers to university professors.
- There are job opportunities in Engineering Mathematics in sectors from aerospace engineering and petroleum engineering to a wide range of other engineering disciplines.
- Last, but not least, mathematicians pursue academic careers at research institutes or universities.
The career services center (CSC) and the Constructor University alumni office help students in their career development. The CSC provides students with high-quality training and coaching in CV creation, cover letter formulation, interview preparation, effective presenting, business etiquette and employer research as well as in many other aspects, thus helping students identify and follow up rewarding careers after their time at Constructor University. Furthermore, the Alumni Office helps students establish a long-lasting and worldwide network which comes in handy when exploring job options in academia, industry, and elsewhere.
Mathematics | 2011
The springboard for her career was her mathematics studies at Jacobs University (now: Constructor University) , where she completed her bachelor’s degree in 2011. “That was great,” she says, “because Jacobs University (now: Constructor University) is an English-medium university and international. The relationship with the professors is very close, the groups are small and the fellow students are very good, which is an additional motivating factor.” She then moved to the US to study for her doctorate at Harvard University and was employed as a Postdoctoral Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan and at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, where Albert Einstein was once a professor. She is currently a professor at the University of Bonn.
Graduates of Constructor University follow a variety of career paths all over the world – may it be a professional or academic career or even the leap into entrepreneurship.
We want to share with you some of the exciting stories of our alumni.
Read what they have to say about the Constructor University experience and how it helped them personally and professionally.
Today’s business world requires disciplinary knowledge from graduates as well as the ability to apply this knowledge. Career-related services at Constructor University provide information, counseling and training, networks, and events. Constructor University’s students participate in trainings on project management, business communication, job interview skills, and more. Digital job and internship portfolios help students to prepare for their career.
Studying at Constructor University gives you connections – often for your whole life.
The Alumni Association E.V. was founded in 2004 by the first generation of graduates. Since then, around 4,500 students have obtained their degrees from this University.