Starting university is a nervewracking – but exciting – time. This year, Welcome Week – the orientation period before the official start of term –
The SOAS Student Success Scheme Conference 2020 is taking place this September, and is designed for students starting at SOAS who are from underrepresented backgrounds.
Find out what the programme at the prestigious Cumberland Lodge involves.
Graduates’ skills highly valued in UK’s fastest growing industries.
The theme for Earth Day 2020 is ‘climate action’.
Dr. Aweno Okech discusses COVID-19’s impact on teaching and learning.
The power of multimedia art and artists from minority communities.
A few tips to get through your second term at SOAS.
Our guide to the best art exhibitions around London, with some just a stone’s throw from SOAS.
SOAS Sanctuary Scholarships are a way to help displaced students achieve a university degree.
The Beyond Conference shows us the latest in artificial intelligence.
An ICC student talks about her enjoyment at using critical thinking skills in expressing herself on sensitive political subjects.
An ICC student discusses their first impressions of the diversity and cultures found at SOAS and in London.
“The way they overcame challenges – I have nothing but admiration.”
The capital has topped the QS Best Student Cities Rankings 2019.
Samia Omar shares her experience of the MA International Studies and Diplomacy.
SOAS student Liam Butterworth reports on this CISD panel event.
Kabeer Majeed shares his experience of the English Language and Academic Studies Programme.
Sopheap Meas explains how ELAS helped her get the most out of life at SOAS.
Could understanding plant blindness help save the natural world from extinction?
Two students argue for and against a name change for the gallery.
Three SOAS academics on how their work supports social justice.
Everything you need to make the most of your time in Bloomsbury.
From the suffragettes and yarnbombing to competing for space on London Underground – the history of women’s protest is diverse and beautiful
A new production is challenging perspectives on what ‘decolonisation’ really means