Sinem studies Global Development at SOAS – and applied through Clearing last year.
Tehzeeb applied to SOAS through Clearing – and now has a bright future ahead.
From History and IR at SOAS to a legal tech firm, Christopher tells us his Clearing story.
Find an alternative degree if you’ve done better than expected on Results Day.
How two students are translating an app aiming to turn farmers into entrepreneurs.
The QS Best Student Cities Rankings 2022 have just been released – and London is number one.
Law graduate Ramla Ali will be representing Somalia in Women’s Featherweight boxing at Tokyo 2020.
As new research places us as a top institution for producing CEOS, we take a look at SOAS alum who have gone on to found their own businesses.
Watch the three winning entries for the undergraduate Economics Explained competition.
MA Comparative Literature student, Idza Luhumyo, is announced winner of the 2021 Short Story Day Africa prize.
The past year has been dominated by online learning and chatting to your fellow students through Teams calls. Now, things are looking up – and
Could Biden’s recent call for an investigation into the accuracy of the Covid Wuhan lab theory be a strategic move?
MSc International Politics and Diplomacy student Angelo Eduardo Da Costa Mengowako is one of three brains behind Vocal Communities, a London-based organisation helping disadvantaged communities.
After over a year of Covid-19 dominating our lives, the vaccination programme across the world is finally underway, with more and more people being protected
Editor of SOAS Spirit, Maliha Shoaib, has recently won the prestigious Vogue Business Talent Competition with a piece on inclusivity in luxury beauty brands.
Our new Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree – PPE – is a truly interdisciplinary programme, taught from a global perspective. We talk to the convenors to find out more.
We sat down with community musician and SOAS alumna Sally Jaquet to chat about her journey through education, her projects, and politics.
What’s Trump’s future following the violence of the Capitol Building riots?
This is not a normal year by any stretch of the imagination. There was a vague glimmer of hope that we could all celebrate Christmas
Evelyn Forde, a London headteacher – and SOAS graduate – has won a prestigious teaching award at the Tes Schools Awards. Evelyn is an alumna
Discover more about Diwali, the Hindu festival of light, and the signifance of the five days of the festival.
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.
At the end of August 2020, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzō Abe resigned due to health reasons. A polarizing figure, Abe is a bit like Marmite
SOAS’s Guy Standing joins with 90’s group Massive Attack on new EP, ‘Eutopia’.
As Black Lives Matter protests happen across the globe, it’s clear we need to include Black history in schools.
SOAS lecturer Dr.Rao discusses the removal of Colston statue in Bristol.
Why SOAS is such a great place to study – from those who know it best.
Graduates’ skills highly valued in UK’s fastest growing industries.
SOAS academic disputes suggestions that Ramadan will increase Covid cases.
No evidence behind use of Traditional Chinese Medicine to cure Covid-19.
SOAS Law graduate David Lammy appointed position in shadow cabinet.