Mathematics is all about learning to see things in an analytical way; to think critically and solve problems by being solution-oriented. Any problem can be made abstract, which makes nearly all challenges in real life solvable in the abstract world of mathematics. Applied Mathematics is made up of three main fields of study. The first is analytical mathematics, which has a lot in common with physics. The second is stochastics, which is the field of statistics and probability theory, such as analyzing big data and waiting times. The third main field focuses on security and optimization, such as cryptography applications and queue optimization. This way, a mathematician is able to think analytically and can be all-round employable by many companies. During the study, students are trained to work together and think creatively. That is why mathematicians can think ‘outside the box’, and as such, can come to the optimal solution to a wide variety of problems.