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BSc Computer Science and Mathematics / Careers

Year of entry: 2024

Career opportunities

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Meet our Computer Science Alumni Panel

The world needs Computer Scientists, and as a graduate of the University of Manchester you will be in particularly high demand. As the Number-One Most Targeted University by Employers in 2023 , we equip students with the ability to tackle real-world problems and innovate for the future.

As a Computer Science and Mathematics graduate, you will be especially employable for your deep foundational understanding of the mathematical foundations of much of the logic in computing.

Example careers:

  • Actuary
  • AI Engineer
  • Banker
  • Cloud Computing Engineer
  • Cyber Security Analyst
  • Data Analyst
  • Games Designer and/or Developer
  • Software Engineer
  • Web Designer and/or Developer
  • And many more…

On average, our graduates earn £40,000 within 15 months (The Graduate Outcomes Survey, 2021). Opportunities exist in fields as diverse as finance, films and games, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, consumer products, and public services - covering virtually all areas of business and society.

Which employers actively target our graduates?

  • CERN
  • EA Games
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • And many more…

To see more of where our students have completed internships and where our graduates have gone on to work, explore our Graduate jobs and Industrial Experience Map .

You can also be inspired by students and academics sharing their journey on our Women and Gender-Diversity in Computer Science page, and gain career specific advice from our very own Podcast .

Accrediting organisations

This course is fully recognised by the BCS - the British Computer Society.

Upon completing your BSc (Hons), you will also have partially met the requirements for Chartered IT Professional status (CITP).

To see more of where our students have completed internships and where our graduates have gone on to work, explore our Graduate jobs and Industrial Experience Map .

You can also be inspired by students and academics sharing their journey on our Women and Gender-Diversity in Computer Science page, and gain career specific advice from our very own Podcast .