(Original post by .ACS.)
Hah, no worries.
1- Yup, they tend to speak English. You do get some groups who speak their native language but these are few and far between.
2- All lectures and classes for Economics students are on Highfield. You won't need to go to any other campus unless you choose an optional module specifically taught by a School at that campus.
3- Lots of financial services firms, banks, and even a handful of consultancies come to Southampton for careers fairs, employer presentation evenings, and other related events such as CV talks, mock interviews, and so on.
Cheers for the detailed reply. In all honesty I am edging towards Southampton right now simply because I like the course structure and because it is nearer to home. I have already applied for the visit day so I will probably make my final decision then.
Now for my final questions..
1) How is crime, violence etc on campus, if any?
2) How is crime, violence etc during the night around clubs etc (basically wherever students would hang out) ?
3) Overall, would you say the bedrooms are decently sized, clean etc?
4) Probably really hard to answer, how many Tamils attend Southampton?
4) Do you/can you share rooms with others after the 1st year?
5) Are there any broadband limits, is the broadband fast, are there any overly protective net nannys etc?
6) Feel free to ignore this question.... What's the worst thing that has happened to anybody during your time at Southampton?
Cheers, rep left
Edit: I checked the crime maps from Police UK but I don't think that it would be very representative.
So you can see a lot of big name firms come and visit Southampton and recruit Southampton graduates.
If you put in the work, get a 1st, do well in extra curricula activities, and have a good CV/covering letter and focus on your applications, going to Southampton won't hinder you in the job market.