MA Science and International Security
- Cyber Threat Operations, PwC
My degree was academically challenging and covered key fundamentals, whilst also providing me with practical resources to apply this knowledge. I was also able to gain transferable analytical skills that helped me get my current job role in cyber security.
Studying at King’s provided me with the opportunity to collaborate with others from a variety of professional backgrounds, including academia, the military, journalism and foreign affairs.
This diversity provided an enriched academic forum for different and challenging viewpoints but also supplemented our course content with real-world examples.
The War Studies Department also organised a number of alumni careers panels, facilitating an informal environment for students to explore different career options and network with alumni.
London is also a global-minded city, this enabled me to fully explore the type of career I wanted to pursue. There are always lots of external events at think tanks, NGOs and libraries to attend, as well as ways to connect with employers who offer a wide range of internship opportunities.