Learning about what Physics graduates have gone on to do can be a great way of coming up with ideas for your own career.
Of Physics graduates in full time work, 67% were in graduate level work six months after graduation.
Jobs: What jobs do they do?
2016 Physics graduates went on to become:
- Book-keepers, payroll managers and wages clerks
- Educational support assistants
- Finance and investment analysts and advisers
- Financial accounts managers
- Financial administrative occupations
- Graduate Consultant In Software Testing
- Health professionals
- Information technology and telecommunications professionals
- IT business analysts, architects and systems designers
- Junior Software Developer
- Laboratory technicians
- Management consultants and business analysts
- Marketing Data Anaylyst
- Operational Research Trainee
- Programmers and software development professionals
- Public services associate professionals
- Science, engineering and production technicians
- Software Engineer
- Taxation experts
Discover what Physics graduates from other universities went on to do. See the " What do graduates do" 2016 research.
Employers: Who do they work for?
2015 Physics graduates worked with these employers:
- AF Group
- British Gas
- Critical Software
- Financial Market Engineering Ltd
- Kent County Council
- QA Consulting
- Science And Technology Facilities Council
- Silverhub Media
- The Institute Of High Energy Physics
- University Of Manchester
Discover who Physics graduates from other universities went on to work for. See the " What do graduates do" 2016 research.
Study: What do they study?
2016 Physics graduates studied these courses:
- Astrophysics PHD
- M/P Physics
- Mast Theoritical Science
- MSc In Advanced Computational Methods For Aeronautics
- PHD Computer Science
- PHD In Electrical Engineering
- PHD In Particle Astrophysics
- PHD Physics
- PHD Physics Cm-Cdt
- Physics (Euromasters)
Discover what Physics graduates from other universities went on to study. See the " What do graduates do" 2016 research.
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