Helping you find a career in the physics industry
From building the latest nanotechnology, up to investigating our galaxy through astrophysics, there are a huge number of opportunities within physics.
Most roles in this industry will require a degree in physics because you need a sophisticated understanding of scientific theories and how to apply them in a practical way. Chances are if you have landed on this page you already have this qualification.
So what's next? After studying physics, many students choose to continue their studies and then enter the field of academic research. There are research opportunities available in physics across a huge number of sectors including aerospace (which is the most popular), medicine and education. A lot of companies have their own team dedicated to scientific research and development of their products that include physics specialists.
For higher level and specialised roles it is likely that you will need a master's degree, or even a PhD.
However, the transferrable skills, such as complex problem solving and logical thinking, that are gained from a physics degree means that physics graduates are sought after in a range of other roles including accountancy, banking, computing, engineering, and marketing.