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EU referendum: SOAS proud to be a globally-connected institution

Our Director was vigorous and robust in her support for continued membership of the EU. Membership has benefits for UK Higher Education and for our staff and students who come from the UK, a range of countries in the EU and other parts of the world. We have students from over 130 countries on our campus and staff from over 90 countries.

27th June 2016

SOAS hosts award-winning artists for annual music summer school

SOAS University of London’s renowned music summer school starts next week offering an array of workshops, taster sessions and master classes. From the sacred rhythms and chants of Afro-Cuban Santeria to studying the Indian tabla drums - the backbone of Classical Indian music - students can take their pick from a range of four-day courses this summer.

16th June 2016

Baroness Amos made Companion of Honour

Baroness Valerie Amos, Director of SOAS University of London, has been made a Companion of Honour in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, published on 11 June 2016.

11th June 2016

SOAS scholar publishes book on Jewish art

Professor Catherine Hezser, Professor of Jewish Studies at SOAS, has published a book on Jewish art in collaboration with Dr Uzi Leibner from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

10th June 2016

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