Global partnerships are crucial to realising our ambition to change the world for the better through our research and education, our innovation and enterprise.
By building strong relationships with like-minded organisations across the world, we are better able to:
Discover more about these partnerships and the positive teaching, research, funding and employability-related outcomes they produce.
Our campus in Malaysia has excellent facilities, designed for effective learning with full access to learning resources at the Southampton campus in the UK. Following the first two years in Malaysia our students continue their studies in the UK with access to our world-class research facilities. Find out more about our University of Southampton Malaysia Campus.
In March 2010, the Dalian Polytechnic University (DPU) and the University of Southampton’s Winchester School of Art (WSA) entered into a partnership to provide undergraduate Art and Design programmes. Find out more about our partnership with Dalian Polytechnic University.
Our collaboration with these three partners in Singapore offers opportunities to study a wide range of subjects (law, management, optoelectronics and chemistry) and undertake research in an international environment.
The University’s collaboration with Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics and Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, top finance and economics universities in Shanghai, Nanchang and Nanjing (China) offer students from China the opportunity to study these subjects at a combination of world class institutions.
The University of Southampton is a founder member of the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN), a leading global higher education and research network made up of 18 universities, spanning 11 countries on five continents. Together they drive international research collaboration and address issues of global significance.
The University of Southampton is determined to create new and exciting opportunities for its students through educational partnerships (ranging from student exchanges to joint degrees) with leading national and international institutions. For more infomation about our current links, please check our connections map.
Our collaborations take an array of different forms, ranging from equipment and data sharing to research on global issues in partnerships with business, charities, government bodies and other universities. Find out more infomation about our current research partnerships.
RENKEI is the Japanese word for “collaboration” and in this context also stands for Research and Education Network for Knowledge Economy Initiatives. RENKEI was launched by the British Council at their ‘Going Global’ conference in 2012 as Japan-UK partnership to expand university and industry ties in the fields of science and technology. The participating universities in RENKEI are forming pilot projects for collaboration in three main areas: technology and knowledge exchange with industry, student mobility and universities’ social engagement.
Our partnership with Santander brings an extensive range of teaching, research and employability-related initiatives and opportunities for staff and students.
MEXSU exists to promote and further the many links between the University of Southampton and the higher education sector in Mexico.
The SETsquared partnership helps entrepreneurs turn innovative ideas into viable and successful businesses.
The South East Physics Network (SEPnet) is a consortium of nine university physics departments working together to deliver excellence in physics, through collaboration, teaching and research.
The Science and Engineering South (SES) consortium is the most powerful cluster of research intensive universities in the UK that share research equipment, training and skills in the fields of physical sciences, bio-sciences and engineering.