Humanities

Pre-Masters Programme (Masters with Int Prep Study) (1 yrs)

Change your future and secure the education you've been dreaming of. This Southampton Pre-Masters is an integrated programme designed to prepare and develop students from outside the UK who have an undergraduate degree but may not be considered adequately qualified for direct entry to their chosen Masters course.

Programme Overview

The programme provides a direct route for students onto a variety of master’s degree programmes including Archaeology, Art, Business, Engineering, English, Film, History, Law, Modern Languages, Music and Philosophy.

Successful completion of the Pre-Masters year guarantees progression to a master’s programme from the list below:

Archaeology

MSc Archaeological Computing (GIS and Survey)

MSc Archaeological Computing (Virtual Pasts)

MSc Business and Heritage Management

MA/MSc Maritime Archaeology

MA Osteoarchaeology

MA Palaeolithic Archaeology and Human Origins

MA Social Archaeology

 

Winchester School of Art

MA Design: Design Management

MA Design: Advertising Design Management

MA Design: Fashion Management

MA Design: Fashion Marketing and Branding

MA Design: Luxury Brand Management

MA Design: Global Media Management

 

Southampton Business School

MSc Accounting and Finance

MSc Accounting and Management

MSc Corporate Risk and Security Management

MSc Digital Marketing

MSc Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

MSc Human Resource Management

MSc International Management

MSc Knowledge and Information Systems Management

MSc Marketing Management

MSc Organisational Change Management

MSc Project Management

MSc Strategy & Innovation

Southampton MBA*

*For admission to the Southampton MBA programme there is an additional requirement of at least four years relevant work experience.

 

Advanced Mechanical Engineering

MSc Advanced Tribology

MSc Bioengineering

MSc Computational Engineering Design

MSc Engineering Materials

MSc Mechatronics

 

English

MA 20th and 21st Century Literature

MA Creative Writing

MA Eighteenth-Century Studies

MA English Literary Studies

 

Film

MA Film

MA Film and Cultural Management

 

Health Sciences

Masters with Integrated Preparatory Study

MSc Leadership & Management in Health & Social Care

MSc Advanced Clinical Practice: Standard; Critical Care; Children and Young People & Midwifery pathways

MSc Clinical Leadership in Cancer, Palliative and End of Life Care

MSc Health Sciences: Standard & Mental Health Pathway

 

History

MA History

MA Jewish History and Culture

 

Law

LLM General

LLM Corporate and Commercial Law

LLM Information Technology and Commerce

LLM International Business Law

LLM International Law

LLM Maritime Law

 

Modern Languages

MA Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching

MA Applied Linguistics (Research Methodology)

MA English Language Teaching

MA Global Englishes

MA Language Acquisition Research

MA Transnational Studies

 

Music

MMus Music

 

Philosophy

MA Aesthetics

MA Philosophy

To Apply

To apply please complete our online form by selecting Masters with Int Prep Study

  • Before submitting your application, you should check both the academic and English language entry requirements specific to your chosen course.
  • Completed application forms must be accompanied by academic transcripts, English level certificates (if available) and letters of recommendation.

 

Entry requirements

Typical entry requirements

Selection process:

Intake: 50
Average applicants per place: 5

Application is made direct to the University of Southampton.  There is no application deadline but we advise that you need to allow at least two months between applying and the start of your programme in order to have sufficient time to apply for a visa.

This programme accepts talented and capable applicants who: 

  • Have a bachelor degree from a recognised institution; but
  • Have not studied for an undergraduate degree in the UK; and
  • Were not (or would not be) considered adequately qualified for direct entry to their chosen Masters programme; and
  • Do not have English as their first language; but
  • Have a good intermediate level of English language proficiency (24-month programme: minimum IELTS 5.5; 18-month programme: minimum IELTS 6.0 or equivalent qualification); and
  • Are considered to have the academic potential to succeed on the specified Masters programme having successfully completed part I of this programme.

Visit our International Office website or the NARIC website for further information on qualifications.

Modules

Typical course content

You will have tutorials to provide guidance on your personal learning and progression.  All modules are delivered on campus and are assessed through coursework assignments, exams and the research project.

Year 1

Semester One

Compulsory:

Semester Two

Research Project - Students undertake a research project of their own choice

Compulsory:

Please note: This specification provides a concise summary of the main features of the programme and the learning outcomes that a typical student might reasonably be expected to achieve and demonstrate if s/he takes full advantage of the learning opportunities that are provided. More detailed information can be found in the programme handbook (or other appropriate guide or website).

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