What else can I learn at the University of Southampton?
We hope you’ve enjoyed this course. The University of Southampton combines academic excellence with an innovative and entrepreneurial approach to research, supporting a culture that engages and challenges students and staff in their pursuit of learning.
Through world-leading research and enterprise activities the University of Southampton connects with businesses to create real-world solutions to global issues.
Through its educational offering, it works with partners around the world to offer relevant, flexible education, which trains students for jobs not even thought of.
This connectivity is what sets Southampton apart from the rest; we make connections and change the world.
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We’d like to invite you to pursue further study with us. The University of Southampton offers Web Science Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses.
Web Science bachelors degrees allow students to specialise in either the computer science (technology) of the Web or the social science of the Web. There are two pathways:
Our pioneering one-year MSc in Web Science analyses the Web at a systems level; on the one hand investigating the technical capabilities of its distributed information infrastructure whilst also scrutinising the public policy and social practices that have made it a transformative global phenomenon.
Our four-year Integrated PhD in Web Science will equip students to become leaders in the Digital Economy. The programme begins with a one-year taught programme followed by a research programme considering the impact of the Web on society and involves input from industry and government partners.
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Other FutureLearn courses starting soon:
14th November: Contract Management: Building Relationships in Business. Learn to build relationships and manage contracts successfully with this free online course backed by UK government and IACCM.
21st November: The Power of Social Media. Explore the impact of social media on the world and learn how to put it to good use in everyday life.
21st November: Introduction to Linked Data and the Semantic Web. Learn the power of Linked Data, explore how it’s revolutionising the web and get to grips with it by writing queries in SPARQL.
2nd January 2017: Secure Android App Development. Get an introduction to mobile app security and learn how to develop secure Android applications, with this free online course.
For a full list of courses from the University of Southampton see the FutureLearn website.
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