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.
Discover how SOAS’s Sanctuary Scholarship changes lives.
We interview Law alum Al Karim Makhani, who now works as Vice President of TransPerfect Legal Solutions, about how SOAS shaped his career.
We sat down with community musician and SOAS alumna Sally Jaquet to chat about her journey through education, her projects, and politics.
The new Mayor of Haringey sits down with us to describe his experiences at SOAS, and the political challenges we face today.
Alumna Yaa tells us why – and how – we should travel in Africa: get off the beaten track, leave only footprints and support local businesses.
“Identity is a delicate thing. All my labels come with problems.”
The Jewish Leadership Council (JLC), which helps connect and coordinate the Jewish charitable sector, has recently appointed SOAS alumna, Claudia Mendoza, as joint CEO of
SOAS graduate Lavinya founded The Black Curriculum, working to get black British history taught in schools.
How a digital initiative aims to aid social integration among immigrants, refugees and other marginalised groups.
Spider-Man actor and alum Zoha Rahman stops by to chat about about identity, acting, and her time at SOAS.
SOAS students recount the discussion with the winner of the Study UK global Professional Achievement Award.
“No matter which party wins, voters are more concerned about sustaining the peace”
“Well it’s classic MI6 – if you want to hide something put it in plain view”
It might be the only way to meet the Sustainable Development Goals
Alumni Fatima and Elise are putting their skills in diplomacy and advocacy to good use
A YouGov poll concludes that the most desired job in the world is to be a writer. SOAS alumnus Kalle Oskari Mattila combines studying with writing in New York.
‘What if he turns up at the next Kumbh Mela with 200 foreigners and wants to pitch camp?’
“I was only supposed to be there for 3 weeks but got hijacked for 2 months”
Meet SOAS politics alumnus Anja Fahlenkamp