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Careers Information by School and Sector

What can I do with my degree?

Explore your career options by School and see where your degree could take you.

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Future-Ready Skills Course

Students in the Schools listed below now have access to the  Future-Ready Skills Course  on Canvas.

In the course you’ll find lots of useful information including a full section on Career Management Skills which will help you to think about your future plans and the gaps that you might have. And it’s tailored specifically to your school.  

The course is completely optional and non-credit bearing, but you can get a certificate at graduation if you complete it in full.

This course is for undergraduate students only.

Postgraduate students can access support from the Graduate School.

Find out more on the Future-Ready Skills course

Careers Information by School and Sector

We are committed to offering students expert, up-to-date advice, information and support on the range of career options available to our students.

We encourage students to get in touch to discover how the Queen’s Careers, Employability and Skills Team can help them achieve their future ambitions.

 See below for a list of career resources by school and also by sector. 

Careers Programmes Across all Sectors

Build your skills by taking part in a Careers programme

Careers Programmes at a glance

Book onto a Careers event Discover the Future-Ready Skills Award

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Medicine, Health & Life Sciences

Biomedical Science & Human Biology

Biological Sciences


Nursing & Midwifery


Designed to help you enhance your career prospects, student membership of the Royal Society of Medicine provides you with educational support and resources to help you towards becoming a qualified medical or healthcare professional.

Find out about The Royal Society of Medicine membership



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Engineering & Physical Sciences

Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Chemistry & Chemical Engineering 

Maths and Physics

Natural and Built Environment (Civil Engineering, Planning, Architecture, Geography, Archaeology & Palaeoecology)


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Explore industries and build your network

Our broad range of Careers programmes and events/activities are a great way to build your experience and your professional network while you are University.

You can team up with fellow students to tackle a real-world challenge, tour local law firms, take on business challenges or even play the stock market right here on campus!