These are the average graduate salaries of 70 uni degrees

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Whether that’s grad schemes or first time steps onto the career ladder, having a degree should hopefully mean nabbing a job and earning money straight out of university is achievable.

On top of the weekday nights out, great student discounts and chance to be with your mates 24/7, one of the ultimate reasons for going to uni is (or, er, should be) the job prospects after you graduate.

Whether that’s grad schemes or first time steps onto the career ladder, having a degree should hopefully mean nabbing a job and earning money straight out of university is achievable.

  1. Accounting – £22,828
  2. Aerospace engineering – £27,820
  3. Agriculture – £20,800
  4. American Studies – £20,228
  5. Anatomy, Pathology & Physiology – £23,036
  6. Anthropology – £20,124
  7. Archaeology – £19,448
  8. Architecture – £20,956
  9. Creative Arts & Design – £15,184
  10. Aural & Oral Sciences – £24,076
  11. Biological Sciences – £19,760
  12. Building – £25,740
  13. Business & Management Studies – £24,336
  14. Celtic Studies – £21,788
  15. Chemical Engineering – £31,824
  16. Chemistry – £23,088
  17. Civil Engineering – £27,716
  18. Classics & Ancient History – £21,892
  19. Media Studies – £18,928
  20. Complementary Medicine – £25,792
  21. Computer Science – £25,480
  22. Creative Writing – £16,796
  23. Dentistry – £34,840
  24. Drama, Dance & Cinematics – £17,940
  25. East & South Asian Studies – £17,472
  26. Economics – £29,068
  27. Education – £23,660
  28. Electrical & Electronic Engineering – £26,416
  29. English – £19,708
  30. Food Science – £22,100
  31. Forensic Science – £19,500
  32. French – £21,100
  33. General Engineering – £29,068
  34. Geography & Environmental Science – £23,348
  35. Geology – £22,284
  36. German – £23,348
  37. History – £20,800
  38. History of Art, Architecture & Design – £20,956
  39. Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism – £19,240
  40. Iberian Languages – £21,060
  41. Italian – £21,684
  42. Land & Property Management – £24,336
  43. Law – £24,492
  44. Librarianship & Information Management – £23,920
  45. Linguistics – £19,552
  46. Marketing – £21,788
  47. Materials Technology – £26,000
  48. Mathematics – £25,896
  49. Mechanical Engineering – £28,236
  50. Medical Technology – £25,272
  51. Medicine – £25,792
  52. Middle Eastern & African Studies – £21,736
  53. Music – £18,044
  54. Nursing – £24,700
  55. Occupational Therapy – £22,204
  56. Optometry, Ophthalmology & Orthoptics – £18,304
  57. Pharmacology & Pharmacy – £22,724
  58. Philosophy – £21,892
  59. Physics & Astronomy – £26,312
  60. Physiotherapy – £23,036
  61. Politics – £22,568
  62. Psychology – £19,032
  63. Russian & East European Languages – £26,052
  64. Social Policy – £20,384
  65. Social Work – £22,776
  66. Sociology – £19,812
  67. Sports Science – £19,334
  68. Theology & Religious Studies – £20,332
  69. Town & Country Planning and Landscape Design – £23,608
  70. Veterinary Medicine – £29,224
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