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The University of Southampton
Ageing and Lifelong Health


The Ageing and Lifelong Health USRG is involved in a variety of education and training programmes at the graduate level (Masters, PhD, Professional) and early career researcher level through involvement with other leading departments across the university. Current networks, opportunities and educational programmes are detailed below:

Postgraduate Teaching:

Please visit the Centre for Research on Ageing for all details about available postgraduate teaching, including: distant learning courses in MSc Gerontology, Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Certificate, Modular Programme.


Early Careers Researchers - Southampton Interdisciplinary Research Forum (SMuRF).


There are no current opportunities available. Please watch this space for further news.

Teaching: training tomorrow's researchers
Ageing and Lifelong Health

Key facts


Research in Gerontology and the Centre for Research on Ageing at the University of Southampton in the 2008 RAE ranked third in the UK for Social Policy and Administration (UoA40)

The ageing of the world’s population is one of the major achievements of modern society. But ageing poses major challenges as well, and will be a dominant theme for development in the twenty-first century.

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