Degree

We have more information than just the average salary for someone who holds a particular degree:

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Alphabetically sorted list of degrees Default view when nothing is selected on any other tabs pdf
Degree with the highest average starting salary upon completion Sort by starting salary pdf
Most likely A-levels to hold given a particular degree (or set of degrees) at a particular university (or set of universities) Select some degrees and universities on the appropriate tabs. Then return to the A-level tab and sort by degree and uni choice pdf
Most likely job to have after doing a particular degree (or set of degrees) at a particular university (or set of universities) Select some degrees and universities on the appropriate tabs. Then navigate to the Careers tab and sort by degree and uni choice pdf
Most likely A-levels to hold given a particular degree (or set of degrees) Click on the Degree tab to select the degree you are interested in. Then move to A-level tab and sort by degree choice pdf
Most popular degree courses given your A-levels Select the A-level set you are doing and then navigate to the Degree tab. It will automatically sort by A-level choice. pdf
Most likely job to have after doing a particular degree (or set of degrees) Select some degrees and universities on the appropriate tabs. Then navigate to the Careers tab and sort by degree choice pdf
Degrees you must have in order to do a particular job Select the job. If a degree is necessary a warning will appear pdf
Percentage of people who are employed 6 months after graduating with a particular degree Select the degree(s) and move to the full statistics page
Average starting salary for someone who holds a particular degree Select the degree(s) and move to the full statistics page pdf
Average lifetime pay after graduation with a particular degree (and how salary develops over time) Select the degree(s) and move to the full statistics page pdf
Most common first careers after graduating with a particular degree Select the degree(s) and move to the full statistics page pdf