The top employment sectors for UCL graduates include academic research, healthcare, teaching, information technology and financial services. Median starting salaries for full-time graduates 15 months after completing their studies are (DLHE 2016/17):
University College London also has numerous links with industry partners such as the EU, UK Parliament, the UN, Dyson, Microsoft, Cisco and Arup. These industry connections provide students with invaluable networking opportunities and potential work experiences with organisations that have a huge impact on society.
Throughout their studies and as alumni, students can receive extensive career advice from UCL Careers Services, which provides one-to-one career consultations, help with applications, interview practices, employer-led events, skills development workshops and job vacancy information.
University College London students on Postgraduate Search say:
“I have loved being at UCL so far and have found the course very enjoyable. It’s been great being in the centre of London at a renowned university. The lecturers have been very knowledgeable, and I have learned so much.”
“Lots of career fairs, volunteering opportunities and placements available on my course. Fantastic mix of lectures/seminars and workshop type sessions to build skills.”
“They have regular careers fairs and always send out an email when there are jobs you could be employable in.”
In a world that’s changing, you can change the world. Study on a UCL medical sciences postgraduate programme – from medicine to dentistry, surgery to biomedical science – and you’ll be ready to make your mark. UCL Medical Sciences is home to innovators, disruptors and brave thinkers. We’re looking for students who won’t accept the status quo, who want to change the world. UCL Medical Sciences: