What our Graduates do

Looking to the future - Graduation dayThe School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is committed to the employability of all its graduates and help them stand out in the competitive job market. Preparation for a successful career is central to the design of our courses and the extra curricular activities, placements and work experience training. We know that securing a rewarding and challenging graduate level position is the return wanted from tuition fees investment.

An important part of successful career development is not only due to students achieving a good degree, but also because of the work experience undertaken, contacts made and the skills developed during the time at Newcastle University.

Below is a growing list of some of our successful graduates:

  • Pablo Hernandez - former undergraduate (2011) student
  • Chris Bateman - Former undergraduate (2005) and EngD postgraduate (2010) student
  • Enzo D'Alessandro - former undergraduate (2004) and postgraduate (2009) student
  • Risco Mutelo - former undergraduate (2004) and postgraduate (2008) student
  • Craig Wilson - former undergraduate (1991) and postgraduate (1995) student

More information regarding where our graduates work and how much they earn is collated as part of the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey.