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IT career advice for a recent graduate
« on: January 08, 2017, 02:22:00 PM »

I have just finished studying at a London University and I got a 2:2 in Law. I realised whilst studying that I wanted an IT career, and have got a Distinction in my MSc in Computing Science.

I really love working with people, so would I think be best suited to something like consultancy or project management. I have a little management experience, but nothing to really stand out. I would also be interested in working in the IT security field - combining my legal knowledge with my technical stuff.

Ok. My problem is the things I am looking to do - ie Project management and IT security all require experience for obvious reasons. How exactly can I go about getting this?

My A-Levels were not great - B Geography, C economics, B gen studies (dropped my other due to family illness of my gran) so applying to large companies like Accenture and IBM are not really an option.

Any suggestions would be excellent.

 

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