Information about your career options, including career planning and researching employers.
Start planning your career
- Plan your career using our guide.
- Discover career possibilities that are out there for you.
- Understand your motivations and skills to develop self awareness.
Research employers and sectors
What students on your course do after graduating
|Pick a subject||Subject|
|Accounting and Finance||Economics;Business;Finance;banking;business administration|
|Animal Behaviour and Welfare|
|Cellular and Molecular Medicine||biomedical;immunology;virology;microbiology;cancer|
|Electrical and Electronic Engineering|
|Film and Television||Drama;media;theatre|
|History of Art||liberal arts|
|Liberal Arts||Art;English;History;Music;Philosophy;Modern Languages|
|Modern Languages||Modern Languages;French;German;Spanish;Italian;Czech;Russian;Portuguese;language|
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 It has been replaced by the Graduate Outcomes survey.