A range of high-quality resources for Mathematical Sciences are available on the web. Start exploring them here:
General journal directories
- Journals TOC: Service which provides access to table of contents of many journals.
- TechExpo DIRECTORY OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC TRADE TECHNICAL MAGAZINES: A (if some what dated) listing of a range of trade publications, many of them freely available online.
- Coursera: Online courses some are free and some cost money (especially if you want a diploma/certificate)
- EdX: Free online courses from the top universities in the world (for a diploma/certificate it costs money.)
General Math websites
- Biographies of Women Mathematicians: Resource from Agnes Scott College which highlight the achievements of women within mathematics.
- The Encyclopedia of Mathematics: Open access reference work.
- European Mathematical Information Service: Portal to electronic maths resources. Brought by FIZ Karlsruhe.
- The MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive: A resource from University of St Andrews, which contains biographies of many famous historical figures of Mathematics and much more.
- Mathematics WWW Virtual Library: An extensive directory of maths resources from all over the web from Florida State University.
- MIT OpenCourseWare: Mathematics: Freely available resources from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
- NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions: Freely available online handbook.
- Wolfram MathWorld: An extensive collection of freely available mathematics resources
- Actuary.com: A comprehensive site about actuarial work, includes forum and job advertisements. Mainly a US focus, but it does cater for other nationals too.
- Finding E-Resources: A very comprehensive subject guide from City, University of London
- Government Actuary’s Department: The British government’s own Actuary Department.
- Plan my study route - IFoA: As part of becoming a Certified Actuarial Analyst or for Fellowship/Associateship/Chartered with IFoA, you will need to pass their exams. As a QMUL graduate, you can apply for an exemption to some of these exams.
Professional organisations (UK)
- Association of Consulting Actuaries
- Edinburgh Mathematical Society
- The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA)
- Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
- London Mathematical Society
- Royal Astronomical Society
- Royal Statistical Society