Our world-class teaching and research activities are delivered across eight faculties, within which there are a number of subject-specific academic units.
Scroll down, use the links below to jump to the relevant faculty, or see a list of our academic units and subject areas.
Teaching and research areas: internet law, maritime law, environmental law, strategy, marketing, human resources management, textiles, graphics, fashion design.
Teaching and research areas: audiology, environmental science, aeronautics and astronautics, acoustical engineering, civil engineering, energy, mechanical engineering, ship science.
Teaching and research areas: cancer, palliative and end of life care, active living and rehabilitation, the organisation and delivery of care, continuous professional development training.
Teaching and research areas: archaeology, English, film, history, modern languages, music, philosophy.
Disciplines within Humanities:
Teaching and research areas: general practice, respiratory medicine, developmental sciences, cancer sciences and bone and joint diseases, with cross-cutting themes in translational immunology and stem cells and regenerative medicine.
Teaching and research areas: geochemistry, pharmacology, catalysis, electrochemistry, ocean dynamics, paleoceanography, paleoclimatology, ecology and molecular biology.
Teaching and Research areas: electronics and electrical engineering, computer science and IT, web science, optoelectronics, physics and astronomy.
Go to the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering.
Teaching and research areas: education, teaching and learning, geography and environment, applied and pure mathematic, statistics, operational research, psychology, social sciences, ageing/gerontology, economics, politics and international relations, social statistics and demography, sociology, social policy and criminology.
Our faculties host a number of specialist research centres such as the Institute of Maritime Law, the Centre for Applied Languages Research and the Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Unit. Find out more about our research centres.
We work in collaboration with industry and public bodies such as the United Nations, Rolls-Royce, Lloyd’s Register, the Office for National Statistics and the European Space Agency. Work with us.