The Maths course starts quite broad in first year.
You take courses in applied maths,
statistics as well as in
pure maths, which consists of courses like analysis or group theory.
Later on you can specialise in areas you particularly enjoy,
and especially in 3rd year you have plenty of courses to pick from,
ranging from Principles of Quantum Mechanics to Graph Theory and Stochastic Financial Models.
The exams at the end of the year are created in a way which allows you to focus on your best and favourite courses.
There are computational projects in 2nd and 3rd year, which are usually done in Matlab
and give you further insights into the material covered in the courses.
There is also the option to do a 4th year, in which you specialise even further,
and graduate with a Masters afterwards.