The right support to prepare you for your future career The right support to prepare you for your future career

95% of our graduates find graduate-level jobs, or are studying further, within six months of graduation *

Some of our graduates have gone on to become computer sales executives earning highly competitive salaries, whilst others have secured positions with established companies such as IBM, Aviva Logica, as Program Systems Analysts, Web Designers, IT Managers. Others have followed an entrepreneurial path and established their own companies, while some graduates chose to continue their studies at postgraduate level and enter academia professionally.

Careers Support

Of course, the employment market is very competitive, and we endeavour to ensure that all our students receive advice and training to prepare them for the transition to employment or further study.

The UEA Careers and Employability Service helps students to reflect on their skills and aspirations and relate these to potential jobs and careers. They also give advice and run invaluable workshops on finding vacancies, interview techniques and how you can write your CV effectively for a job or higher-degree applications.

Please follow the links below according to your employability interest:

For further queries related to employment and employability in computing please contact the Employability Director, Prof. Gerard Parr.

*Guardian University Guide 2018 subject league table, subject ‘Computer Science and Information’