From one international student to another, here are a few things you can do to feel more settled and confident as you embark on your journey at SOAS.
Moving to university is a big change, but it’s a great way to connect with new people and make lifelong friends. Digital Ambassador Agustina has some tips.
Student halls are a blank canvas to add your stamp and little touches of home. Here are some tips for settling into student accommodation.
Studying a Master’s in a new country isn’t without its challenges. But there are also so many exciting opportunities. Hear Surabhi’s reflection on embracing all that university and London have to offer.
Digital Ambassador Rachael shares her experience of juggling work with studying part-time for a Master’s in her first year at SOAS.
Digital Ambassador Haruna Kono reflects on their time as a Master’s student at SOAS, from studying in a new country and meeting new friends to their journey of self-discovery.
Here are my top 5 seaside towns close to London to explore for the day.
For International Day of Museums, I have pulled together a list of my favourite museums within a half an hour’s walk of the SOAS campus!
Sometimes music can help you get into the right headspace for studying. So here is a selection of my favourite tracks for a study playlist.
The exam season can be difficult and anxiety-inducing. Here are some tips that have helped me.
For University Mental Health Day, I have been reflecting on how I put my own wellbeing and mental health first when I’m studying.
A tool to help destigmatise mental health and support those around you is empathy.
As it’s Sexual Violence Awareness Week, we’ve teamed up with SOAS SU to bring you an extensive guide to their Enough is Enough campaign, the support they offer and how you can access it.
A first hand account of Lunar New Year celebrations from a SOAS student from Japan.
I organised a 15 kilometres run route around central London in the shape of a Tiger to welcome in the New Year.
What the Water Tiger symbolises for the year ahead and how it is celebrated worldwide.
A guide to help you navigate and cope with the winter break if you are struggling.
This year’s theme, #UnitedForInclusion, speaks to the efforts that SOAS is making to become a more just, collegiate and respectful university.
A review of the Brunei Gallery’s latest exhibition.
The QS Best Student Cities Rankings 2022 have just been released – and London is number one.
Thomas Tanner and Aditya Bahadur discuss their latest book which explores the creation of resilient cities in the Global South.
The success of the SOAS Trans Dignity campaign has led to a year-long collaboration to make SOAS more trans inclusive.
The past year has been dominated by online learning and chatting to your fellow students through Teams calls. Now, things are looking up – and
People of SOAS is an Instagram account showcasing the diversity of our students, and creating an online community we can all be part of. We talk to the founder, Lara, about the story behind it.
The pandemic has been especially difficult for PhD students – yet they have received little guidance or support from the UK government.
Students in the School of Arts at SOAS inspired the creation of a pioneering learning tool, an introductory guide to video essays. This is available
Lizzie Frost speaks to freshers about their time at SOAS so far, discussing online learning, making friends and SOAS societies.