Felix founded the SOAS Disabled Students Society and served as Disabled Students and Carers Officer, advocating for students and campaigning for accessibility.
“As an almost graduate, I can say that SOAS has played a crucial role in my academic and personal growth.”
“A degree is definitely the greatest achievement of my life, especially when I look back from where I started to where I am now.”
Graduating this week? Here’s everything you need to know to make your day go smoothly.
SOAS Detainee Support (SDS) speak out against the UK Government’s efforts to deport asylum seekers.
Find out about the new BA Africa and Black Diaspora programme starting this September.
This year, SOAS is one of the institutions working with the Cowrie Foundation to financially support Black British students to study here.
African and Caribbean countries have been calling for reparations from European countries for years with many former colonial powers refusing to accept responsibility
SOAS student Raju Kendre features on Forbes India’s 30 Under 30 list for his work with Eklavya India.
A call for SOAS students to help practitioners and policymakers get the academic insights they need.
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.
Applications for German, French and Russian are falling, whereas non-European languages- such as Arabic and Japanese – have been experiencing a boom in popularity.
Curator Karun Thakar discusses the significance of Punjabi embroidery in reflection on the latest Brunei Gallery exhibition.
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.
MA Comparative Literature student, Idza Luhumyo, is announced winner of the 2021 Short Story Day Africa prize.
The success of the SOAS Trans Dignity campaign has led to a year-long collaboration to make SOAS more trans inclusive.
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.
SOAS hosted an event as part of the Solve Climate by 2030 initiative, a global dialogue on green economic recovery and climate solutions.
Two films made by SOAS and Chouette Films have been chosen for the prestigious Royal Anthropological Society Film Festival.
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.
This blog was originally posted on the SCRAP Weapons website. Bougainville, the main island of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville of Papua New Guinea has
Kinship, connection and support is more important than ever – not necessarily with blood relatives, but with our own version of ‘family’.
SOAS student Tridib created a short film about the anxiety provoking process of applying to university – here’s how he made it.
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
This blog has been written by Dr Katie Jones (The Brilliant Club) and Julien Boast (SOAS). Students and staff from universities across the UK have
Lucy Kauser, Collections & Outreach Officer at the Brunei Gallery SOAS, recently interviewed artist Faisal Hussain, whose exhibition will come to the Brunei in 2021.
Evelyn Forde, a London headteacher – and SOAS graduate – has won a prestigious teaching award at the Tes Schools Awards. Evelyn is an alumna
With recent rise in anti-Islamic rhetoric in France and violence against Muslims in China – awareness of Islamophobia and solutions for a more inclusive society