The MSc Logic provides intensive interdisciplinary research training in the broad area of Logic, Language and Information. Most of our graduates choose to pursue a research career, typically in academia, and succeed in obtaining attractive PhD positions at universities around the world in a variety of relevant fields (e.g., Logic, Computer Science, Cognitive Science, Linguistics, Philosophy, and Mathematics).
But this is not your only option. The professional skills acquired in the MSc Logic programme (e.g., analytical thinking, communication skills such as presenting or technical writing, and team working in interdisciplinary and international groups) are also highly valued by other types of employers. In recent years, popular career choices have included management consulting, education, software engineering, and other jobs in the information and communication technology sector.