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Health SciencesPostgraduate study


Our world-class buildings such as the award-winning EEE building, interdisciplinary Mountbatten complex and the Life Sciences building have contributed to the University of Southampton’s status as one of the best learning environments in the UK. These facilities are a result of an investment of £200 million.

Key facts

The University provides a wealth of social, arts and leisure facilities for students.

Off campus, you will find all the transport, shopping and leisure facilities you would expect from a multicultural city with a population of over 200,000 people.

Wireless and networked high-speed internet access is widely available across all campuses and in all five libraries.

At Health Sciences, we have an excellent range of teaching and research facilities, including a number of custom-built laboratories.

Library facilities

The Hartley Library, situated at the centre of the Highfield campus, is open seven days a week for most of the year. All key texts for taught health science programmes are held here. Most activities, including reservations, are computerised. As a registered student, you are able to access a huge range of journal articles from home or work through the Library’s web-based system.

School Computing Facilities

Postgraduate computer needs are met in a variety of ways according to University policy. Full-time postgraduate research students, and MSc Research Methods students with funding for a PhD are allocated desk space and a dedicated computer. All other graduate students have access to Study Centres which are equipped with computers, lockable storage and a wireless hot-zone.

Intranet and taught material

Health Sciences intranet plays an important part in keeping you up to date with developments within the faculty. Much of your taught material will be distributed through this medium. To make the best use of innovative teaching technologies, the intranet links you directly to your personal 'portal', which is a configurable interface to Health Sciences, University information and systems that you will require during your stay with us.

Health Science's Technical Support

A team of people provide experimental, technical and web operation support directly to Health Sciences. Where necessary, they set up and run extra services that are needed specifically by our students. Between them, the team have skills in:

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