Most employers expect education to a university level; though it is true to say that experience and skill, if very high, can replace qualifications to some extent. However, to be certain of employment and ensure the edge above of the competition, there is a structured way of approaching potential employment.
Degrees in Software Engineering and Development, Systems Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Graphic Design, Engineering, English are all potentially very relevant.
Master’s degrees are also available in many areas connected to Software and Computer Science.
Work experience is promoted and the larger firms do offer placements on an annual basis. The advice remains to apply for as many of these as often as possible.