Our students gain valuable research skills during their studies at the ICR and have strong employment prospects. They also benefit from our bespoke careers advice and support service, helping them to find the right job and achieve their potential.
The infographic below shows some of our top graduate employers and sample job titles (first destinations). Of those that graduated between 2010 and 2019 that completed a non-clinical research degree, 91% of non-clinical graduates went directly into active scientific research roles, with 3% of non-clinical graduates going into science and research-related roles.
Of the 91% of non-clinical graduates in active scientific research roles, 88% were in academia, and 12% in industry all over the world.
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Many of our clinical alumni also manage to remain engaged in research. Our recent clinical alumni survey revealed that 98% continued to be research active in their first role following speciality training (62/63). Their involvement covers a range of activities, most commonly within clinical trials and radiotherapy/imaging.