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Discover – What can I do with my degree?

You could begin by researching a career directly related to your degree such as software engineer, web developer, cyber security analyst or network engineer. However, you can also explore careers that don’t directly relate to your degree. Did you know that over 80% of graduate employers will recruit from any degree discipline?

Develop – Developing skills and experience

If you already have some career ideas, the next step will be to develop your skills and gain some experience to build your confidence and increase your knowledge. You may want to consider part-time work, a work placement or volunteering to increase your chances of gaining graduate employment after completing your degree. It’s also a great way to try-out career paths to see what you enjoy and if it’s a good fit for you.

Compete – Getting ready to apply for work or postgraduate study

When you know what you want to do and you’re ready to apply, we have all the tools, tips and advice right here. You can also use this information to help you if you’re at an earlier stage of your career thinking and are applying for part-time work or work placements.

Complete this short online learning pathway to find out where to search online and get faster and more relevant job search results. Then search and apply for all opportunities on our vacancy portal or placements on InPlace.

Online learning pathway – Job Searching Find opportunities on our vacancy portal Search and apply for FAS placements on InPlace

Your go-to guide, including examples and templates to get you started.

CV and application advice Online learning pathway – Making applications Review your CV online using CareerSet

Get ahead of the competition by reading our top tips or follow our online self-led learning pathway.

Interview advice Online learning pathway – interviews and assessments

Practice using our online tools or book a mock interview with a Careers Adviser.

Practice online tests at Graduates First Practice interviews at Shortlist Me Book a mock interview

How to decide if postgraduate study is right for you, what you should consider and how to apply.

Our top tips and advice Complete our online learning pathway – Postgraduate study

Live opportunities

Take a look at the latest part-time jobs, placements, volunteering opportunities and graduate vacancies that may be of interest to Computer Sciences students. Select any of the following opportunities to find out more and apply, or search for other opportunities on our vacancy portal.

  • Salary Range: £25,000 to £29,999Closing Date: 31/07/2024Location: England – South East.Did you realise that your STEM degree could lead to a top IT career and a recognised qualification in Software Development? Dorset Software has rewarding opportunities for graduates or PhD postgraduates to join our consulting team. No previous experience is needed as our […]
  • Salary Range: £25,000 to £29,999Closing Date: 31/07/2024Location: England – South West.Did you realise that your STEM degree could lead to a top IT career and a recognised qualification in Software Development? Dorset Software has rewarding opportunities for graduates or PhD postgraduates to join our consulting team. No previous experience is needed as our […]
  • Salary Range: CompetitiveClosing Date: 30/06/2024Location: England – Greater London.As one of the world’s largest networks of audit, tax and consulting firms, RSM delivers big ideas and premium service to help middle-market businesses thrive. We are a fast-growing firm with big ambitions – we have a clear goal to become the premium adviser to […]
  • Salary Range: CompetitiveClosing Date: 30/06/2024Location: England – East.As one of the world's largest networks of audit, tax and consulting firms, RSM delivers big ideas and premium service to help middle-market businesses thrive. We are a fast-growing firm with big ambitions — we have a clear goal to become the premium adviser to the […]

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