Careers and employment
On completion of your postgraduate degree you will have the scientific skills to enable progression into research or professional psychology, the communication skills required for marketing and business roles and the knowledge of people for progression into personnel or caring professions.
Exeter’s reputation amongst graduate employers has helped Psychology postgraduates into successful careers in research, clinical training and applied psychology, high technology industries, management, personnel, wildlife management, ecotourism, legal and advertising services amongst others.
Postgraduates who studied with us in 2009/10 have secured jobs including consumer research analyst, clinical psychologist, zoo research officer and practice counsellor.
Our Careers and Employment Service offers professional support and guidance as well as contact with graduate employers. Our postgraduate employment and professional development webpages provide information on the range of careers support you can receive at the University of Exeter.