Physics graduates from the University of Hull have gone on to find employment in some of the largest companies nationally and internationally, such as Reckitt Benckiser and Atkins Engineering, as well as laboratories at Jodrell Bank, the National Physical Laboratory and the National Nuclear Laboratory.
There are opportunities in medical physics within the NHS, and some graduates enter NHS graduate schemes. There is also great demand for physics teachers, and there are generous scholarships available. Alternatively, some students prefer to continue their studies on MSc and PhD study courses.
New Unistats survey results show that Physics graduate employment level at Hull is 72% with an above average starting salary of £25k.
Employability is at the heart of our curriculum. You learn valuable communication and presentation skills that have helped our graduates find careers in areas as diverse as oil prospecting, defence, risk management and the Stock Exchange.
You will have access to lifelong careers guidance. The University of Hull’s commitment to employability does not end when you graduate. If you need guidance on your career path, or get to the point when you would like a career change, help and support is always available.