What jobs can you get with computer science?
Visual effects (VFX) artists create photoreal art in a digital form. Choose computer science and art at A-level, or a BTEC Level 3 Diploma in VFX and animation. Then choose a degree in VFX or computer animation, or an apprenticeship as a junior 2D artist (visual effects).
design and build machines that can do automated tasks in industries such as aerospace, manufacturing and medicine. Choose computer science, maths or design and technology A-level or equivalent, or a BTEC Level 4 in automation, robotics and programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Degrees in AI and robotics, robotics engineering, computer science or mechanical engineering can all lead to this career, as can an apprenticeship as a manufacturing engineer.
User researchers analyse and test websites and other digital products. Choose A-level computer science or design and technology, or the T-level in digital production, design and development. Choose a degree in human computer interaction, psychology, design or computer science.