SOAS University of London

Undergraduate

Campus tours at SOAS

Campus tours at SOAS

Every Wednesday and Friday at 2pm



Campus tours are a great way to not only get to know the SOAS campus but also get a feel of the dynamic atmosphere created by our ever engaging students.

Tours start at 2pm on Wednesdays and Fridays and include a visit to the SOAS library which is one of the world’s most important academic libraries for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. You will also get a chance to visit the student common room where students informally debate important issues outside of the classroom, as well as see the lecture rooms where study topics are introduced, and the tutorial and seminar rooms where they are discussed and analysed in greater detail.  

Undergraduate Open Day

The campus tour includes both the main College Buildings as well as the new Paul Webley Wing in Senate House where there are a range of support services available for students from the Student Hub.

The tour lasts about 45 minutes and doesn’t include visits to specific departments. However, you will have the chance afterwards to speak to support staff from the faculty offices.

If you would like to visit the halls of residence then please contact Sanctuary Student Accommodation who look after the SOAS halls of residence. Their telephone number is 0207 841 0480.

You don't need to register for the campus tour. Simply come to the Study Enquiries Desk behind the main reception in the College Buildings.

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I was amazed to find out how many other people had spent time in exciting places and then chosen to come to SOAS and take their interest a step further. People come here to pursue things they’re passionate about and the sheer diversity of the student body is also another reason why school life is so fascinating.

Ross Adkin, BA Nepali and History