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Our graduates work in all sorts of inspiring – and sometimes surprising – careers.
If you’re good at accounting, calculus or statistics, you could become a software developer, business analyst, financial adviser or more.
Do you enjoy geography, history, languages and physical education? Find out which University Science subjects might suit you.
Many jobs involve analysing the results of experiments, including biochemist and neuroscientist.
All the information you need to embark on a career as a clinical exercise physiologist, forensic scientist, clinical psychologist or speech-language therapist.
Plan and prepare for your future work and life with the help of our range of workshops, events and services.
Our Graduate Profile outlines the capabilities that you will develop through studying for a Bachelor of Science.
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