Mathematics is all about learning to see things in an analytical way, to think critically and to 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: first analytical mathematics provides the basics into the mathematical structures of functions and spaces and why they apply. Giving every student a reasonable understanding of why we can simply add and subtract numbers and how to create new theorems from there. The second field is stochastics, where probability and stochastics will be learned and applied while analysing big data. The third main field focuses on security and optimization, such as cryptography applications and company process optimization. During the study, students are trained to work together and think creatively in numerous modelling projects in all fields. That is why mathematicians can think analytically and `outside the box’. By doing so, mathematicians can come to the optimal solution to a wide variety of problems, and can be all-round employable for many companies.