Studying at a Russell Group university in the United Kingdom

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About The Webinar

The University of Southampton is a campus-based university with multiple specialist campuses; although our main central campus houses the vast majority of our students, we have specialist campuses for students studying our Ocean and Earth Sciences at the National Oceanography Centre, our Humanities students studying at our Avenue Campus, our (Physical) Engineering students studying at our Boldrewood Innovation Campus, or our Art and Design students studying at our Winchester School of Art.

The University of Southampton is a top 100 global university (81st; QS World University Rankings, 2024) and a founding member of the Russell Group and the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN), with over 150 years of history.

Home to circa 25,000 students from more than 130 countries, with ca. 40% international students, Southampton prides itself on its diverse student community. As a research-intensive institution, courses are taught by world-leading academics, with access to cutting-edge facilities, and key industrial and business partnerships.

At the webinar you can find out about:

  • The University of Southampton, a founding Russell Group member university
  • The beautiful, waterfront city of Southampton
  • What it is like to be a Latin American/ Brazilian student at our university
  • What it is like to study in the UK
  • The culture of our campus and university.
Tom Quante
Regional Head of International Recruitment and Partnerships