University of Southampton

3.3
2 Reviews

Employee Rating    

Work/Life Balance 
5
5
Working Environment 
5
5
Research Autonomy 
5
5
Career Prospects 
5
5
Salary & Funding 
4
4

Overall Employee Rating

4.8
4.8

Senior lecturer

4.8
4.8
Pros: Very nice working environment
Cons: Bad building
Work/Life Balance
5
5
Working Environment
5
5
Research Autonomy
5
5
Career Prospects
5
5
Salary & Funding
4
4

Student Rating    

Teaching Quality 
2
2
Campus Facilities 
3
3
Financial Support 
2
2
Career Support 
1
1
Reputation with Employers 
1
1

Overall Student Rating

1.8
1.8

Student

1.8
1.8
Pros: Easy to obtain the degree
Cons: It is worthless
Teaching Quality
2
2
Campus Facilities
3
3
Financial Support
2
2
Career Support
1
1
Reputation with Employers:
1
1

About

The University of Southampton is a public research intensive university that can trace its origins to the year of 1862, when it was first established as the Hartley Institution. The prestigious university now has approximately 23,400 undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral students enrolled in its eight faculties. The Faculty of Business and Law, the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, and the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences are among the most reputed at the University of Southampton

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