Job Options

Many businesses need highly numerate and analytical STEM-skilled people for financial positions in their companies.

  • 58 per cent of employers across all sectors need STEM-skilled people to design and innovate new products and services.
  • Nearly a quarter of employers value STEM skills in sales and marketing roles.

The analytical, problem-solving skills you get studying STEM are quite possibly the most useful skills you can get your hands on. Employers are always keen to take on people with a STEM background.

Click on the subjects below to find out what options are available:

Actuarial Science
Aerospace Engineering
Archaeology and Palaeoecology
Biochemistry
Biological Sciences
Biomedical Science
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Geography
Land Use and Environmental Management
Mathematical Studies
Mechanical Engineering
Microbiology
Pharmacy
Physics
Psychology