“Coming to Southampton really appealed to me because of the reputation for high-quality education and facilities here. I wasn’t disappointed – they are cutting-edge. There’s really nothing more I could ask for.”
– Shoon Kit Lim, MEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering student
Discover a new world full of opportunities and experiences at the University of Southampton. The University offers over 350 degree courses to kickstart your future, and you can personalise your course to suit your interests and career aspirations.
With outstanding teaching, world-class facilities and a wide range of exciting events and activities to get involved in, you will be able to try new things and find out more about yourself academically and personally. You’ll also develop essential critical thinking skills and will be part of a vibrant university community right up to your graduation and beyond. What could you be doing this time next year?
- 18th place in The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019, up 12 places from last year’s ranking.
- Top 100 in the QS World University Rankings 2019, based on indicators such as research excellence and employability.
- Awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) for the University’s quality teaching and learning.
Many of the University’s undergraduate courses give you the chance to pursue personal interests and grow your skills by taking an interdisciplinary module.
For most degree programmes you take eight modules in each year of your degree. Some of these will be compulsory modules that you must take, but in most cases you could also take some optional modules. You can choose to take an interdisciplinary module to broaden your studies outside of your course subject area.
Interdisciplinary modules give you new perspectives and access to innovative approaches to teaching and assessment. You can develop transferable skills for your future, whatever you go on to do. The list of these modules evolves and develops every year.
Places on these modules are allocated on a first come, first served basis, as numbers have been capped to provide the best possible experience. If your course is eligible you will be able to select these modules via the Online Option System when you select your other module choices during the year.
Source: University of Southampton’s website
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