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The list of these modules evolves and develops each year and includes modules such as Global Health, The Human Brain and Society, A Search for Life in the Cosmos and many more.

What this opportunity offers you
  • Enriches your understanding of the world and prepares you for future projects in more open and creative ways
  • Experience new perspectives from your fellow students who have a different disciplinary background to your own
  • Modules will also allow for increased internationalisation and meet the need for broader language skills.
The skills you will gain that will impress employers:
  • Enterprise skills
  • Intellectual and subject knowledge skills
  • Self-management and personal effectiveness skills
  • Social responsibility and global awareness skills
  • Team working skills

Find out more about what these skills mean.

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It’s something different to talk about at interviews – it gives you a very up to date knowledge of some of the technologies around at the moment, and a wider awareness of academia as a whole, not just in your discipline.

Xanthippe Waldron,2nd Year Philosophy and Mathematics
Available to:
Ensure that you are able to take interdisciplinary modules on the programme you are studying by visiting: www.southampton.ac.uk/cip/informationforstudents/ findyourdegree
Subject to home faculty approvement and timetabling