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A Fabulous Opportunity. Postgraduate study in English
Learn more about Postgraduate research opportunities in English, and the research culture at Southampton.

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A conversation with 'Ground Level' exhibition curator Kit Hammonds
Kit Hammonds, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2010, discusses how art practice, mapping and cartography come together within the exhibition Ground Level, which showcases international artists who perform their own personal forms of cartography. Hammonds was the winner of the Hayward Touring Curatorial Open 2010.

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A conversation with Tom Trevor, Director of Arnolfini, Bristol
Tom Trevor, the Director of Arnolfini, Bristol, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2007, talks about 'Port City: On Mobility and Exchange', an international group exhibition which explores the relationship between global sea trade, slavery and the migration of people today.

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A conversation with artist Caroline Bergvall
Caroline Bergvall, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2010, talks about her exhibition Middling English, which explores some of the pleasures and complexities of language use, in and through writing.

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A conversation with artist Jay Bolotin
Jay Bolotin, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2008, discusses his exhibition the 'Jackleg Testament Part I: Jack & Eve and other works', featuring a motion picture derived from woodcuts, a hybrid of German expressionism, Brueghel and medieval religious imagery. The film reinterprets the story of Adam and Eve as a dark and provocative tale in which Eve is lured from the Garden of Eden by a Jack-in-the-box.

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A conversation with artist Juan Bolivar
Juan Bolivar, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2008, discusses his exhibition Geometry Wars, comprising twenty one paintings and two sculptures. Bolivar's work playfully exists somewhere between abstraction and the recognisable world, and hints at both humour and tragedy.

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A conversation with artist Ruth Maclennan
Ruth Maclennan, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2010, talks about her exhibition Anarcadia, which features a video projection and accompanying photo-series shot amongst the desert expenses of Kazakhstan. Co-commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella and John Hansard Gallery.

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A conversation with artist Tim Brennan
Tim Brennan, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2009, talks about his exhibition English Anxieties, which combines original archival material of Mass Observation and the re-working of an account by British explorer and archaeologist T.C. Lethbridge of a concealed enemy presence in Cambridgeshire; by taking descriptions and drawings made by Lethbridge as a starting point, the work represents this data in the form of large, colourful maps inspired by the Isotype graphical system developed in the 1930s.

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A conversation with artist Zineb Sedira
Zineb Sedira, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2009, discusses her exhibition Seafaring, a series of film and photographic works set against the maritime backdrop of North Africa, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

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A conversation with artists’ Steve Beard; Victoria Halford; Steve Rowell and Neal White
Steve Beard, Victoria Halford, Steve Rowell and Neal White, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2009, discuss their exhibition Dark Places, which uncovers sites of secrecy and technology across Britain. Commissioned by the Arts Catalyst and co-curated with the Office of Experiments, John Hansard Gallery and SCAN, the exhibition presents new artists’ works that explores spaces and institutions below the radar of common knowledge.

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A practice-led Music research project
George Holloway talks about his experience of a practice-led research project; of a Music programme in composition, that included an opportunity to study overseas at the National Taiwan University.

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A sixteenth century music manuscript
Mike Gale talks about his research project exploring a sixteenth century music manuscript; and the research culture at Southampton, that included organising a two day cross-disciplinary conference on sixteenth and seventeenth century English manuscripts.

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Becky Duffield talks about a six month placement on the MChem Degree
MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training programme offers a six month placement to work on a project in an industrial or academic research laboratory. In this short sound-clip, student Becky Duffield talks about her experience on the placement.

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Can adult bone stem cells transform hip operations?
Southampton clinicians talk about cutting edge research into stem cells; the screening of newborn babies hearing; and developments in finding the causes of asthma.

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Chris Hindle talks about a six month placement on the MChem Degree
MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training programme offers a six month placement to work on a project in an industrial or academic research laboratory. In this short sound-clip, student Chris Hindle talks about his experience on the placement.

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Class of 2010 say why they'll always love Southampton
Our graduates of 2010 talk about their experiences at Southampton.

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Discovering Portus
Find out how University of Southampton archaeologists discovered one of the most important locations in the Roman world.

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Engineering Excellence
Airbus; Microsoft; Rolls Royce; BAE Systems and Formula 1, are just some of the global partners we are working with in the field of engineering.

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Episode 01: the Solent Marine Forum is held in Southampton
From the Management news series: academics attend an event to explore the future of the marine industry, and investigate how the NHS can become more efficient.

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Episode 02: social responsibility and emotional intelligence
From the Management news series: academics discuss business and corporate social responsibility, and investigate the motivations involved.

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Episode 03: applications to study management increase
From the Management news series: Marketing students work on a rebranding project; the new Marketing Analytics programme is launched; and applications to study Management increase.

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Episode 04: postgraduate students win awards in work based placements
From the Management news series: Postgraduate students discuss their winning projects; and the value of work based placements.

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Episode 05: how risk theory can be applied to Horse racing
From the Management news series: statistical methodologies of predicting winning horses; and students discuss a marketing project with a Southampton school

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Episode 06: Graduation 2007
From the Management news series: recorded during the 2007 graduation ceremony, Graduates talk about their experiences of studying Management at Southampton.

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Episode 07: Enterprise Week
From the Management news series: students and academics talk about social enterprise, and how the theory and practice of enterprise is applied.

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Episode 08: how web technology and marketing is benefitting small companies
From the Management news series: academics talk about how web technology and marketing is benefiting small companies; Visiting Fellow Gary Honey discuses reputational damage; and the contrasting management styles of France and the UK are explored.

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Episode 09: postgraduate research students talk about their experiences
From the Management news series: postgraduate research students talk about their learning experiences and offer advice on studying a Management research programme at Southampton.

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Episode 10: why forceful leaders rarely achieve successful change
From the Management news series: academics talk about why a leader-centric approach fails; the recycling of goods; and a PhD student discusses her placements working at the IMF in Washington, and at the Bank of England.

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Episode 11: the global credit crisis
From the Management news series: academics talk about how the credit crisis has affected our lives, and give their view on what the future holds for us.

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Episode 12: EPSRC funds Management Science projects
From the Management news series: academics talk about collaborative projects funded by the EPSRC, and cross-disciplinary research.

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Episode 13: how Management supports graduates in employability
From the Management news series: academics talk about how Management supports and encourages graduates to get good jobs, and the opportunities available to develop skills.

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Episode 14: launch of new Research Centre in Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development
From the Management news series: Professor Charles Goodhart launched the new Research Centre for Banking and Finance; and discusses the trigger of the economic crisis, described as a once in 50 year event.

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Episode 15: what can companies do to stay successful?
From the Management news series: Paul Fifield talks about what companies should do to stay successful during the economic downturn; and how can students learn more about running a business; and the role of non-executive Directors.

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Episode 16: Research from Management is judged to be of world class quality
From the Management news series: results from the latest RAE is judged to be of world class or internationally excellent quality; academics talk about what this means for Management students; and discuss how important is research in today’s business environment.

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Episode 18: who are Generation Y, and why should managers learn more about them?
From the Management news series: academics talk about research into Generation Y, and the challenges this group face in relation to the economic downturn; and 16 participants from across Europe undertake professional development at Southampton.

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Episode 19: a Management project examines Entrepreneurship in the UK and India
From the Management news series: academics discuss how Entrepreneurship is created in the UK and India; and undergraduate students are challenged to promote a university club or society on a social network site, to test how useful these sites are, and which work best as a marketing tool.

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Episode 20: five Management undergraduates impress a housing association with their innovative idea
From the Management news series: five undergraduates talk about their innovative idea to supply and fit low cost energy saving devices for a housing association; and a recent graduate of the MBA programmed discusses why an MBA can help in today’s competitive environment.

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Episode 21: who was to blame for the economic crisis?
From the Management news series: Dr Rolfe Brauer of Deutsche Bank, gives his thoughts on who was to blame for the economic crisis; academics discuss reputational risk; and how innovative ideas may unlock business opportunities in the future.

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Episode 22: Management students gain practical advice on networking for today’s job market
From the Management news series: find out more about a networking event organised for students and employers; Steven de Souza, executive fellow at the IE Business School in Madrid contributes.

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Episode 23: how the recession has changed the business world
From the Management news series: academics give their thoughts on the prospects of the business world in 2010.

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Episode 24: why businesses should talk to Management specialists
From the Management news series: practical help for small businesses; why businesses should talk to specialists about making the most of management sciences; and who is best at buying essential goods and services, private companies or the public sector?

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Episode 25: supply chain management in the Solent Marine region
From the Management news series: find out more about how supply chain specialists from Management joined with local business to map the network of buyers and suppliers in the South’s maritime industries.

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Episode 26: a noted economist Lord Skidelski gives his opinions on the future of the financial sector in the UK
From the Management news series: Lord Skidelski talks about how Politian’s should curb the power of banking and introduce competition; Accountancy and Finance students impress PricewaterhouseCoopers in a competition with an analysis of media companies; and new concepts of Social marketing.

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Episode 27: international aerospace company Boeing offer scholarships to Management students
From the Management news series: Boeing UK link with Southampton to offer scholarships and student placement opportunities; why an MBA is an ideal way to equip Doctors in delivering care within the NHS; and why entrepreneurs have trouble securing money from venture capitalists.

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Episode 28: the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and Southampton work together to reduce operational costs
From the Management news series: as part of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership, academics from Engineering and Management Sciences collaborate with the RNLI to relate technical expertise with commercial knowledge to reduce the operational costs of the RNLI’s fleet of lifeboats.

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Episode 29: improving the operational efficiency of railways in the UK
From the Management news series: academics win a grant to investigate the operational efficiency of the railways so more services can run on the network; and academics talk about how Risk Management can be improved to evaluate uncertainty in business.

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Episode 30: MBA students are welcomed to an international Summer School
From the Management news series: Southampton MBA students take part in an international summer school in Denmark for advanced management; student Qian Che talks about the employability skills she gained via the Graduate Passport scheme; and postgraduate students represent Management at the Institute of Risk Management Forum.

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Episode 31: why students from a leading business school in France are learning about Risk Management at Southampton
From the Management news series: academics from Southampton deliver a week long programme to French business students, and why Southampton academics are considered European specialists in Project Risk Management; and find out more about the new links and exchange opportunities underway with the Ecole de Management, Le Havre.

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Episode 32: the Economist magazine ranks the MBA programme among the top forty in Europe
From the Management news series: academic Helene Glasspool talks about the criteria of how the MBA programme was ranked among the top forty in Europe, out of 300 Business Schools; and an alternative view on quantitative easing.

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Episode 33: the Research Centre for Strategic Innovation investigates how new ideas and models develop in business
From the Management news series: academic Lorraine Warren talks about how innovation is influencing new ways of thinking about business models and strategies; and how the Management Evening Seminars series provide a networking opportunity with the outside business world.

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Exploring the power of our oceans
Understanding the geological processes that shape our world, and how we can use the power of the ocean to create renewable energy.

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From Shoreline to the Deep Ocean: Maritime Research
Exploring research activity and innovation across Maritime Archaeology; Archaeology; Oceanography; Engineering Sciences and Engineering Design Consultancy.

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George Sanderson talks about a six month placement on the MChem Degree
MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training programme offers a six month placement to work on a project in an industrial or academic research laboratory. In this short sound-clip, student George Sanderson talks about his experience on the placement.

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Interview with Historian Dr Mark Towsey from the University of Liverpool
"Observe her Heedfully": Family, Friendship and a Lady's Life of Reading Researchers are becoming increasingly interested in the practice of reading. One keen reader who kept notes on her favourite books was Elizabeth Rose of Kilravock, the self-styled Queen of eighteenth-century Nairnshire in Scotland. Her letters and notebooks provide a rare insight into the reading habits of a female reader who lived in rural isolation. Historian Dr Mark Towsey from the University of Liverpool is interested in her life and times. Click here to hear an interview with Mark:

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Jennifer Clarke talks about a six month placement on the MChem Degree
MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training programme offers a six month placement to work on a project in an industrial or academic research laboratory. In this short sound-clip, student Jennifer Clarke talks about her experience on the placement.

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Laura Hensser: City Portraits - celebrating the project launch
This short video describes the launch of City Portraits, a major new public artwork and research project organised in association with John Hansard Gallery, artist Laura Hensser and Paul Sweetman, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Southampton. In 2010 Twenty Southampton residents were photographed for a series of full-length, life-sized portraits, installed on banners and suspended above the city’s newly refurbished Guildhall Square.

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Looking Forward to looking back. Archaeologists uncovered
Recorded in 2009, archaeology graduates talk about their experience of studying on the undergraduate programme at Southampton, a leading centre for the study of archaeology.

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Louise Karagiannidis talks about a six month placement on the MChem Degree
MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training programme offers a six month placement to work on a project in an industrial or academic research laboratory. In this short sound-clip, student Louise Karagiannidis talks about her experience on the placement.

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Merry George talks about a six month placement on the MChem Degree
MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training programme offers a six month placement to work on a project in an industrial or academic research laboratory. In this short sound-clip, student Merry George talks about her experience on the placement.

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My Degree
Our students share their experiences of studying at Southampton.

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My Southampton
Find out what the city of Southampton has to offer for students.

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My campus
Our students introduce you to some of the facilities, accommodation and things to do on campus at the University of Southampton.

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My first week
Our students talk you through their experiences, and what to expect during the first week at University.

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My future
Find out about some of the fantastic work placements, career guidance and advice available to students at the University of Southampton.

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My life in Halls
Our students talk you through the benefits and their experiences of life in Halls.

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NOT THIS FILE: Clubs, Societies and on-campus facilities
Our International students talk you through their experience of Clubs, Societies and on-campus facilities at Southampton.

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NOT THIS FILE: Meet and Greet
Our International students talk you through their experience of arriving for the first time at the UK, and the welcome events organised at Southampton.

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NOT THIS FILE: Studying at Southampton
Our International students talk you through their learning experiences at Southampton.

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Philosophy Café – Free will: a necessary illusion?
Subjectively we view ourselves as in control of most of our actions, and we think that other people are largely responsible for theirs. But objectively, we can see that what we do is caused by many events and circumstances stretching back into the past, which has suggested to some people that free will is an illusion. Which view should win out? Or is there no real conflict between them? Professor Chris Janaway discussed these issues at the latest session of the Philosophy Cafe.

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Piecing together the development of the Portus excavation
Learn more about the excavation of Portus, the Imperial Port of Rome.

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Pioneering the Fibre Laser
Discover how lasers can be applied to new challenges such as health care, diagnostics and treatment, increasing internet capacity and creating renewable energy sources.

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Pioneering treatments for cancer and Alzheimer's disease
Find out how University of Southampton researchers’ are working to control cancer and Alzheimer's disease.

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Surveying the medieval landscape at Scotney Castle
Archaeology students learn how to read the landscape on a survey field visit to the 14th-century moated castle at Scotney in Kent.

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TAG30 – Meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group
Recorded in December 2008, contributors to TAG30 are invited to give insight into the medieval history of Southampton.

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The Power of Data
Nigel Shadbolt and Sir Tim Berners-Lee have pioneered public access to an unprecedented range of UK Government information.

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Thinking of studying BA Archaeology and History?
Student Joseph Lee talks about his experience of studying a combined degree in Archaeology and History at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying BA English?
Student Beth Stephens talks about her experience of studying an English programme at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying BA Film Studies?
Student Dom Kullander talks about his experience of studying Film Studies at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying BA Music?
Student Kat Hattersley talks about her experience of being President of Baby SUSO; a Student Union project that introduced orchestral music to Schools.

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Thinking of studying BSc German Linguistic Studies?
Student Alice Greenfield talks about her experience of studying a languages programme with a year abroad.

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Thinking of studying BSc Languages and Contemporary European Studies?
Student Ozge Ozogul talks about her experience of participating in the Erasmus exchange programme.

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Thinking of studying BSc Management with Entrepreneurship?
Student Chris Coats talks about his experience of studying at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying BSc Politics and International Relations?
Student James Mansfield talks about his experience of participating in an internship programme at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying Law?
Student Louise Cheung talks about her experience of participating in a placement with the CPS at Southampton Crown Court.

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Thinking of studying MA Jewish History & Culture?
Student Alex Cunningham talks about her experience of studying a postgraduate Humanities programme at Southampton, who specialise in Jewish History.

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Thinking of studying MA Music?
Emily Mould talks about about her experience of studying on the Postgraduate taught programme in Music at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying MA Philosophy?
Student Kelsey Miller talks about her experience of studying on the Postgraduate taught Philosophy programme at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying MEng Aeronautics and Astronautics?
Student Rachel Cruz talks about her experience of a placement with Williams F1.

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Thinking of studying MEng Electrical Engineering?
Student Adam Malpass talks about his experience of winning the Royal Academy of Engineering Advance Leadership award in 2010.

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Thinking of studying MEng Ship Science?
Student Hieu Le talks about what Southampton offers an international student.

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Thinking of studying Politics and Economics?
Student Sasha Watson talks about his experience of the Graduate Passport scheme.

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Thinking of studying a Postgraduate Research programme in Archaeology?
Gareth Beal talks about his research area of archaeological computer graphics and the representation of three dimensional visualisations, including painted statuary; and his reasons for choosing Southampton.

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Thinking of studying a Postgraduate Research programme in English?
Denise Greenfield talks about her reasons for returning to study as a mature student, and for choosing to study a research programme in English at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying a Postgraduate Research programme in Film Studies?
Student Zubair Shafiq Jatoi talks about his reasons for choosing to study a research programme in Film Studies at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying a Postgraduate Research programme in Music?
George Holloway talks about his reasons for choosing to study a research programme in Music at Southampton.

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Thinking of studying the BM5 Bachelor of Medicine Programme?
Student Nina Taheri talks about the benefits of the BM5 foundation programme.

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Thinking of studying the Pathways to Law Programme?
Student Kavi Purohit talks about the benefits of the Pathways into Law programme.

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Tom Tweed talks about a six month placement on the MChem Degree
MChem, Chemistry with Professional Training programme offers a six month placement to work on a project in an industrial or academic research laboratory. In this short sound-clip, student Tom Tweed talks about his experience on the placement.

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Why Amarjit remains involved with Southampton
Amarjit Sing talks about his experience at Southampton, and how his time here has shaped his life and career.

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Why Monica remains involved with Southampton
Monica Hubner talks about her experience at Southampton, and how her time here has shaped her life and career.

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Why Richard remains involved with Southampton
Richard Holdaway talks about his experience at Southampton, and how his time here has shaped his life and career.

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Why Stuart remains involved with Southampton
Stuart Popham talks about his experience at Southampton, and how his time here has shaped his life and career.

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Winter graduation 2009
Listen to sound-clips from the Humanities winter graduation ceremony, recorded in 2009.

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Wonderful discoveries. The Portus Project revealed
Find out more about Portus, the Imperial Port of Rome. Discoveries have included statues and inscriptions of the ancient palace, and investigations have revealed aspects of the daily lives of the people who lived and worked there.

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Your life at the cutting edge
Southampton is renowned for its innovative teaching methods and experienced based learning. Find out more about life at Southampton as an undergraduate student, taught by academics who are world leaders in their fields.

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