The University of Southampton
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Every day of research is a world-first, I am witnessing confidential engineering work on a daily basis.
Olivia Ojuroye
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The world class facilities, combined with lecturers whose industry background gives them a unique perspective on how to apply taught knowledge in the real world, sets up graduates for the most demanding of jobs.
Freddie Temperton
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The workload of my course is challenging but rewarding. We covered so much material in the first year - I am amazed when I look back and reflect on how much I have accomplished!
Mary Brooks
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I would love to see the gender gap in engineering shift as more girls consider maths and physics as a rewarding and exciting career prospect.
Rebekah Endersby
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The department is really well equipped and the computer labs are continuously updated to keep them cutting edge.
Robbie Moore
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We have one of the premier cleanrooms in Europe, which enables me to carry out cutting-edge experiments and generate novel results. We also have world-leading researchers and academics to guide the way for students and an international reputation.
Xiaoqing (Sally) Shi
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The facilities in the Electrical Engineering Department are world class and I had a dedicated work-space in the lab for my projects. The staff are always very helpful if you need a special component or get stuck on something.
Toby Isaacs
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I would really recommend Southampton as a great place to study - you get to meet lots of people from all over the world and the quality of the staff and facilities is excellent.
Wen Yee (Wendy) Tey
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I would advise people thinking about coming here not to be nervous – get stuck in and make the most of your time. There is so much support and, although you may not realise it, everyone has the same challenges to face. That’s what pushes you together.
Robin Johnson
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Graduate employers are keen to employ ECS students because it has a worldwide reputation for high calibre students that get a good mix of practical, design and project work.
Amal Elhawrani
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My supervisors both on my BEng and my PhD were excellent in their fields and this raises the expectations from their students. If you are choosing Computer Science I wouldn’t know a better place to study than Southampton.
Davide Zilli
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I have thoroughly enjoyed studying, researching and working here and would encourage other potential students to consider the University. A degree from Southampton is a great start to a career.
Dr James Pilgrim
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The ECS Careers Hub provided me with sector specific information and I was able to study teaching and management modules which taught me invaluable skills that have supported me in my early career.
Carly Wilson
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At Southampton they have Electronics and Computer Science combined whereas usually they are separate elsewhere. This means they can draw on features from both areas. It puts a different spin on the whole thing, which I was really impressed by.
Ashley Robinson
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I have found the teaching and facilities at Southampton very good and everyone has a very positive attitude. It is great that I could directly access the second year of the course rather than having to redo Year One studies.
Mengtao Wu
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I have been able to attend conferences worldwide, and have been involved in numerous industry-sponsored competitions, events and talks.
Dominic M
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The coursework can be very challenging but tackles real world problems which gives us an excellent insight into life beyond university.
Shoon Kit Lim
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The knowledge I acquired at the University of Southampton easily allowed me to find a job as soon as I went back home to Azerbaijan after graduation, in one of the leading IT companies, AtaTechnology. I was working as a full-stack Web Developer applying my knowledge gained at the University in real-life projects.
Eldar Alasgarov
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The University provides one of the best engineering degrees in the UK, especially electronics, which is rated as best in the country.
Monika Surynt

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