From the analysis of employment, it is apparent how quickly and effectively Mathematical Engineers from Politecnico di Torino join the labour market, where they are highly appreciated for their wide cultural background and potential.
Upon graduation, more than 10% of our students find their first job. After 2 months, more than 50%of our graduates is working, and the percentage exceeds 90% at 6 months.
The profile of a Mathematical Engineer is attractive to a broad range of industrial and research sectors, thanks to their solid knowledge and key expertise of engineering.
Mathematical Engineers and business
Compared to the traditional training in Mathematics, Mathematical Engineers have a strong problem-solving attitude, which makes them appreciated by consulting societies, banks and insurance companies, as well as IT and mechanical industries.
Job rolesMathematical Engineers can perform several job roles, data scientist being the most required.
Mathematical Engineers and the scientific research
The 29% of graduated students continues their studies in academia, where they have access to a range of positions, all thanks to their solid background and versatility.