University of Southampton • Southampton, United Kingdom

University of Southampton is one of the leading schools in the United Kingdom. The renowned university is famous for its research driven and down-to-earth teaching approach which meets both the needs of business and society alike. It was ranked 126th in the world by the most recent Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings and the 15th amongst UK universities listed. If you decide to study Humanities at the University of Southampton, you can expect to be taught by excellent teaching staff that educates with dedication and works extra hard to make sure that students achieve their career goals. Many of the academic staff are active researchers that are eager to pass on their knowledge in their chosen fields of expertise. Students can study at undergraduate, postgraduate degree level, as well as take part in International Foundation Years that guarantee entry into university degree programmes. The university was ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide and is a founding member of the Russel Group, which is known for its excellence in research and education. Students can study the following subjects: Archaeology, English, Film, History, Modern Languages, Music and Philosophy. The universities works closely together with academic partners in Europe, Asia, and North America, enabling its students to study abroad.

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