Career options

Information about your career options, including career planning and researching employers.

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What students on your course do after graduating

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Accounting and Finance Economics;Business;Finance;banking;business administration
Aerospace Engineering  
Animal Behaviour and Welfare  
Applied Anatomy  
Archaeology Anthropology
Biochemistry Biochemistry;chemical
Biological Sciences Biology;Science;Zoology;ecology;animal
Biomedical Sciences  
Cellular and Molecular Medicine biomedical;immunology;virology;microbiology;cancer
Chemistry Chemistry;chemical physics
Childhood Studies Sociology;Education;policy
Civil Engineering  
Classics classical
Computer Science computing
Criminology Sociology;Law;policy
Dentistry oral;Dental
Earth Sciences geology
Economics Economics;Business;Accounting;Finance;banking
Education  
Electrical and Electronic Engineering  
Engineering Design  
Engineering Mathematics Maths
English creative writing;literature
Film and Television Drama;media;theatre
Geography Anthropology;environment;geology
History  
History of Art liberal arts
Innovation History;Maths;Physics;Drama;Sociology;Geography;Economics;Music;Psychology;Science
Law  
Liberal Arts Art;English;History;Music;Philosophy;Modern Languages
Management Economics;Business;Finance;Accounting;administration;marketing
Mathematics Maths
Mechanical Engineering  
Medicine Medicine;Biology;anatomy;biomedical
Modern Languages Modern Languages;French;German;Spanish;Italian;Czech;Russian;Portuguese;language
Music Music
Neuroscience physiology
Pharmacology  
Philosophy  
Physics  
Physiology Nursing;anatomy;neuroscience
Politics International Relations;policy;development
Psychological Science Neuroscience
Social Policy Sociology;Politics
Sociology Psychology;Criminology
Theatre Drama;Music;film
Theology Philosophy;religion
Veterinary Nursing animal
Veterinary Science animal;medicine

Did you know?

The subject you study at university doesn’t necessarily need to rule your future career.

Around 70% of advertised vacancies do not require a specific degree, and are open to graduates of any discipline.

About the data

This information has historically been collected as part of the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey.

The last of these surveys was published in early 2018. It has been replaced by the Graduate Outcomes survey.

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