Find the types of jobs and career paths available to you with your degree and area of study.
These fields offer innovative education across design and the built environment, catering for the growing creative sector with a solid technical foundation.
Commerce graduates are able to transfer their skills in businesses and public sector organisations both within New Zealand and overseas.
Technological and social changes are driving demand for high quality teachers, educators and education support roles in New Zealand and internationally.
Software engineers are in high demand as they creatively apply the best of science, technology, computing, electronics and networking to real-world systems,.
Develop expertise in health services, health policy and strategy, social health and population health, and contribute to the promotion of health and well-being.
Humanities and social science graduates develop flexibility, creativity and critical thinking—attributes highly valued by employers in a changing workforce.
The study of law is satisfying, intellectually and academically challenging and can open up a world of career opportunities, not only in legal practice.
Graduates with degrees in music find employment in diverse fields, across all aspects of the music industry, and many other industries.
From all disciplines, science graduates are found throughout research, business, policy and are equipped to innovate and lead in whatever sector they work in.