Five Master’s students in the Department of Economics tell us about their programmes – and why studying at SOAS is unique.
We talk to MA International Studies and Diplomacy graduate, Alexandra, about her time at SOAS and her career at Global Affairs Canada.
Find out what the programme at the prestigious Cumberland Lodge involves.
A week of films delve into the ‘diversity, nuance and subjective experience within migration’.
The report of a conversation on decolonising research started at SOAS University of London.
A third of a million Chinese labourers helped the Allies, but their huge unsung contribution ended in betrayal.
I got interested in Assyriology because I was fascinated by the many ‘firsts’ [world’s first civilizations, writing systems, literary texts]
Although SOAS lawyers do rank among the country’s top earners.
Samia Omar shares her experience of the MA International Studies and Diplomacy.
SOAS alumna Inès Huynh describes her internship at Humanitarian Affairs Asia.
The majority of teachers will, at some point in their career, be teaching in a multilingual, multicultural school.
Student experience is more nuanced than the Gold, Silver and Bronze ratings of TEF suggest.