The University of Southampton is a Global top 100 and UK top 20 university and a founding member of the Russell Group.
Home to more than 23,000 students, the University boasts seven campuses, a Student’s Union with over 300 societies, and various halls of residence.
We provide a dynamic, internationally renowned learning environment, and student satisfaction is repeatedly ranked at a high level.
We offer over 350 undergraduate degree programmes, taught by passionate academics informed by the latest discoveries. Explore what we offer and find the right course for you.
In a competitive job market, we know it is important to have the flexibility to personalise and specialise your degree. Many courses can be taken as combined honours, and a variety of interdisciplinary modules are open to all students, allowing you to broaden your studies and access new perspectives. Opportunities to learn a new language, work, or study abroad, give students the chance to explore the wider world while enhancing their prospects.
We also offer a large variety of taught and research based postgraduate courses.
Course requirements are generally set at AAB or ABB grade at A-level (or equivalent). We offer foundation years if you don’t yet meet entry requirements.
Applicants from disadvantaged backgrounds can sign up to the Access to Southampton (A2S) scheme, which offers special consideration and financial support.
For more information, contact the relevant faculty or Registry Admissions Team.
We offer various schemes and support to help you enhance your employability and skills. Our dedicated Careers and Employability Team
provide services including one-on-one careers advice and events like careers fairs to connect students with top employers.
The Excel Internship programme
and Year in Employment scheme
give you the chance to kick-start your career at university. We are proud to have been ranked in the top 25
UK universities targeted by the top 100 graduate recruiters, with 94% of students moving on to employment or further study within 6 months of graduating.
Fees and financial support
A breakdown of fees is available on our website.
We offer scholarships, bursaries and partial fee waivers
to students from lower income households. There is also plenty of flexible part-time work opportunities on campus and in the city.
The Students’ Union also offers part-time jobs to students, and volunteering opportunities.