Uni of Southampton - Associate Dir. of Estates Development


We have six campuses in Southampton, one in Winchester and one in Malaysia. Each has its own personality, world-leading facilities and specialisms.

enterprise zone and an artisan cafe. A short walk across Guildhall Square from the Sir James Matthews Building is the University’s John Hansard Gallery, one of the UK’s leading contemporary art galleries, which plays a dynamic role in the cultural life of Southampton and the region. The University has also recently completed the acquisition of One Guildhall Square establishing a substantial footprint in the cultural quarter of the city and supporting the University’s growth ambitions and delivery of the Estates Strategic Plan. Winchester School of Art (WSA) Based in the historic city of Winchester, our specialist arts campus is home to a vibrant community of over 1,300 art and design students. With creative ambition at its core, WSA offers cutting-edge resources and facilities including specialist computer suites, photography studios, laser cutting, 3D printing and more. The University is planning to expand its presence in Winchester, with an exciting opportunity from Winchester City Council. University of Southampton Malaysia In 2021, we relocated our campus in Malaysia to a brand new estate with state-of-the-art laboratories, upgraded facilities, and improved learning and recreational spaces.

five new engineering laboratories, including a 30m x 15m large structures testing laboratory and a cutting-edge geotechnical centrifuge. National Oceanography Centre Southampton (NOCS) Our unique waterfront campus, based at NOCS, is one of the world’s leading research centres for the study of ocean and Earth science, with facilities including the Coral Reef Laboratory, a multi-use research aquarium, our 19.75m purpose-built catamaran and the National Oceanographic Library. With 200m of access to the waterfront, the campus is also the operational base for the Natural Environment Research Council’s (NERC) UK fleet of deep-sea research vessels, giving us unique access to research cruises all over the world. Avenue Campus Just a few minutes’ walk from Highfield, and on the edge of Southampton Common, Avenue Campus is the base for our humanities subjects. Avenue has its own lecture theatres and catering facilities, plus a purpose-built £3m archaeology building and a new interactive digital humanities hub. Southampton City Centre In the heart of the Cultural Quarter in the city centre, our Sir James Matthews Building offers updated teaching and learning spaces alongside facilities for meeting local and regional civic partners. The Building also includes a student

Highfield Campus Our main campus, Highfield, is the largest of our campuses, and the heart of the University. It is home to many of our state-of-the-art research and teaching facilities, and combines a lively and exciting atmosphere with calm, green surroundings. With cafes, shops, concert halls, gyms and even a student cinema

Avenue Campus

University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS)

alongside academic facilities, Highfield is a hub of activity.

Highfield Campus

This is also where we are planning significant improvements to our student sports facilities, including a major expansion of the popular Jubilee Sports Centre. University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS) UHS is the main site for the study of medicine and healthcare. It hosts a purpose-built research hub , and is

National Oceanography Centre Southampton (NOCS)

also home to the University’s dedicated Centre for Cancer

Immunology – the first of its kind in the UK. This site will soon see the development of a new medical

health research building. Boldrewood Innovation Campus Boldrewood is the base for

Boldrewood Innovation Campus

University of Southampton Malaysia

engineering studies and research. Facilities include laboratories for studying unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), fluid dynamics and high-performance sports, a driving simulator, flight simulators, design studios, a 138m towing tank and our £48m National Infrastructure Laboratory (NIL). The NIL houses



Sir James Matthews Building

Winchester School of Art (WSA)

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