Careers and Entrepreneurship

Using your degree

Use your degree subject to start your career planning. We have highlighted some career areas to think about, based on your subject.

Find us on Canvas

Our Canvas site contains lots of advice on career planning, as well as finding experience and making applications! 

Using your degree is a good place to begin, as you are building a range of skills and knowledge throughout your course. Employers will increasingly look for wider life skills, too. These are just starting points for generating ideas and exploring your options, you are not tied to them!

For full information on degree combinations see the undergraduate prospectus

Arts and humanities

School of Media, Arts and Humanities

Film - Media & Journalism - Music & Music Technology - Drama - English - English Language - Languages - American Studies - Art History - History - Philosophy


School of Life Sciences

Biochemistry - Biology - Biomedical Science - Chemistry - Ecology, Conservation & Environment - Neuroscience - Zoology

School of Psychology


School of Mathematical & Physical Sciences

Mathematics - Physics & Astronomy

School of Engineering & Informatics

Informatics - Electrical & Electronic Engineering - Mechanical & Automotive Engineering - Product Design 

Social Sciences

Business School

Accounting & Finance - Business, Management & Marketing - Economics

School of Global Studies

Anthropology - International Development - Geography - International Relations

School of Law, Politics & Sociology

Law - Politics - Sociology - Criminology

School of Education & Social Work

Childhood and Youth - Social Work

See also

  • What our graduates do - find out what Sussex graduates have gone on to do (by year and subject)
  • Interests and motivations - As well as your degree skills, think about your abilities, interests and values
  • Prospects Planner - identify your skills, find out what motivates you and match these to job profiles, from Graduate Prospects