An astrophysics degree will allow you to explore the mysteries of the universe and space, including learning about the sun, stars, planets, galaxies, back holes, and more. It’s a challenging and rewarding degree course that involves scientific research, mathematical modelling and astronomical observation, preparing you for a range of careers in the world of astrophysics. Graduates go on to work in several roles, such as astrophysicists, research scientists, data analysts, lab technicians and aerospace engineers. During your course, you’ll pick up vital industry-specific skills, as well as transferable skills like independent research and data analysis. Graduates often also go into further study, gaining a deeper level of understanding of the subject by doing a master’s degree and possibly a PhD.