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Careers in Acoustics, Audio and Video

Tim Boniface at desk at Glastonbury

Our graduates have an excellent track record of finding well paid jobs. The 2007 graduate destination survey shows a starting salary range between £18,000 to £28,000. Once again, BSc(Hons) Acoustics shows 100% of graduates were in work 6 months after graduation.

A survey of 500 electroacoustic, acoustic and audio technology alumni  from Salford University found 1 in 5 live outside the UK and 45% are in Senior jobs or are Directors. The 6 most popular industries were: research (15%), environmental (11%), university (10%), construction (9%), architecture (9%) and consumer electronics (6%).

Check out our graduate profiles, typical jobs and companies and jobs in acoustics.

The Wikipedia pages for Acoustic Engineering, Audio Engineering and Acoustics also indicate the diverse range of jobs people who work in acoustics and audio work in.