With a degree in the Earth Sciences our graduates are well prepared for a successful career or further study.
Our graduates acquire a sound knowledge of basic science and a deep understanding of their chosen discipline as well as a natural curiosity and problem solving skills.
Representatives of various organisations visit us each year to discuss career prospects for our students.
To prepare for a career after graduation, many of our 4th year students participate in seminars, mock interviews and discussions organized by the University’s Careers Service.
Our graduates work in a variety of fields:
They have pursued careers as:
About 50% of our graduates go on to Masters or Doctoral work.
Those who do sufficiently well in their honours degrees can apply for a studentship to work in research, leading to a PhD in three years.
Alternatively, an honours degree can be followed by an MSc degree in a vocational branch such as:
This article was published on Jul 21, 2010