David Mond is professor of mathematics and mathematics admissions tutor at Warwick University. He is particularly knowledgeable about the needs and wants of college and school students. He enjoys teaching undergraduates and postgraduates, and doing research in geometry.

He is interested also in the challenges of climate change, and believes that mathematics has a great deal to contribute. David’s personal research is in Algebraic Geometry and he has recent publications to his credit in the Journal of the London Mathematical Society and the Moscow Mathematical Journal.

Graduate Destinations for Maths:

A degree in maths provides a useful foundation for a wide range of technical professions.

Employers and Roles include:

  • Accountancy & Professional Service
  • Computer Games Programmer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Teacher
  • Actuarial analyst
  • Actuary
  • Forensic accountant
  • Operational researcher
  • Research scientist (maths)
  • Secondary school teacher
  • Statistician
  • Stockbroker

Typical Employers:

  • Accountancy & Professional Service
  • The Actuarial Profession
  • Banking – Investment Banking
  • Banking – Retail Banking
  • Computing & IT
  • Engineering Sciences
  • General Management
  • Operational research
  • Postgraduate Study – MSc & Taught Courses
  • Postgraduate Study – PhD
  • Teaching

Employment Stats:

  • Destination Percentage
    Employed 56.5
    Further study 22.8
    Working and studying 8.2
    Unemployed 7.7
    Other 4.9
    Graduate destinations for mathematics
    Type of work Percentage
    Business, HR and financial 41.8
    Information technology 10.6
    Secretarial and numerical clerks 8.9
    Education professionals 8.5
    Other 30.2