The skills you will learn are applicable both to academic computational science and to a wide variety of careers in science, engineering, industry and commercial software development.
Our graduates are employed across a range of commercial areas, for example software development, petroleum engineering, finance and HPC support. Others have gone on to PhD research in fields that use HPC technologies, including astrophysics, biology, chemistry, geosciences, informatics and materials science.
The University's Careers Service offers extensive advice and support for students. We also organise careers events specifically for our students, including tailored sessions from the University Careers Advisors.