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
Starting university is a nervewracking – but exciting – time. This year, Welcome Week – the orientation period before the official start of term –
In the past, Judaism has been able to accommodate to changed circumstances. This will also be the case this year, thanks to COVID-19.
Traditionally, STEM graduates are thought to get the jobs – but Humanities graduates are just as employable, says new report.
Sometime in the mid-1980s, the people of the arid town of Shendi, troubled with land degradation in northern Sudan, were invited to a series of
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.
“Today, there are more young people than ever before. Youth voices matter because no one is more convincing to define the future through innovation, but
Today is National Graduates Day in the UK, and this year‘s students – especially graduates – have been through a year unmatched. It is important
SOAS graduate Lavinya founded The Black Curriculum, working to get black British history taught in schools.
We appear to now have a Universities minister that wants fewer people in university,
The journey from SOAS LLB Law student to qualified solicitor in London
Director of SOAS, Valerie Amos, discusses Black Lives Matter and the role of universities.
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.
Cartoons and comics about refugee life.
A history of police brutality, and what we can do now to support the BLM movement.
Why SOAS is such a great place to study – from those who know it best.
Postcards and envelopes tell a story in Hassan Musa’s Mail Art, digitised by SOAS.
SOAS staff run course on traditions and customs for Arabian patients.
Find out what the programme at the prestigious Cumberland Lodge involves.
Baby Amina was just two hours old when three gunmen adorning police uniforms entered a hospital in Dashte Barchi area of Kabul, Afghanistan and opened
Amidst the Covid-19 crisis, SOAS students’ SCRAP Weapons group call for freeze on weapons supply.
How a digital initiative aims to aid social integration among immigrants, refugees and other marginalised groups.
Graduates’ skills highly valued in UK’s fastest growing industries.
Explore the intricacies on tribal life through this online archive.
SOAS Law graduate David Lammy appointed position in shadow cabinet.