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Applications for the SOAS Sanctuary Scholarships are now open

SOAS Sanctuary Scholarships are a way to help displaced students achieve a university degree.

The fight for human rights is far from over

We reflect on the progress made in human rights in recent years, and note the roads yet to be conquered.

It’s Human Rights Day – but what about human rights in Iraq?

On Human Rights Day, why are we still looking away from what is happening in Iraq right now?

Antariksha: Celebrating South Asia’s First Feminist Library

The Sister Library is a safe space bringing together ‘books of, for and by women’ – and their next event will be at SOAS.

Dr Alanoud Alsharekh interviewed by Fatima Said

One of the BBC’s 100 Women of 2019, SOAS alum Dr Alanoud Alsharekh tells us about her remarkable career.

‘Building Bridges’: The Yenching Academy Scholarship

A unique opportunity to study in China for SOAS graduates and alumni.

Economics student runs for Green Party in 2019 UK election

BSc Economics student Lucy Downes is following a green path to politics, standing as a Green Party PPC.

Zoha Rahman: More than a “brown, Muslim, female actor”

Spider-Man actor and alum Zoha Rahman stops by to chat about about identity, acting, and her time at SOAS.

10 reasons why London is the best city for international students

The capital has topped the QS Best Student Cities Rankings 2019.

A year in the life of a SOAS Masters Student

“Studying at SOAS has changed me, undoubtedly.”

English Language and Academic Studies at SOAS

Kayuko Ikemizu shares her experience of ELAS at SOAS.

“It was an overwhelming time at SOAS, but in a very positive way.”

Samia Omar shares her experience of the MA International Studies and Diplomacy.


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