The QS Best Student Cities Rankings 2022 have just been released – and London is number one.
Five Master’s students in the Department of Economics tell us about their programmes – and why studying at SOAS is unique.
The past year has been dominated by online learning and chatting to your fellow students through Teams calls. Now, things are looking up – and
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.
We talk to MA International Studies and Diplomacy graduate, Alexandra, about her time at SOAS and her career at Global Affairs Canada.
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.
Coralie, an student on the SOAS international foundation programme, gives us a glimpse into her study life and personal life in London.
Why SOAS is such a great place to study – from those who know it best.
An ICC student discusses their first impressions of the diversity and cultures found at SOAS and in London.
Samia Omar shares her experience of the MA International Studies and Diplomacy.
Kabeer Majeed shares his experience of the English Language and Academic Studies Programme.
Take a break from academic reading and indulge in one of these great books
Celebrating ‘Africa on the Square’ – Saturday 14 October – as part of Black History Month in Trafalgar Square
An artistic snapshot of the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity
SOAS Ceilidh Band on tour
Diversify your music library with these suggestions…
SOAS student Selim Yaman finds himself in a professional quandary. Should he choose an academic path or pursue a career in journalism? Having trialled both professions, discover his personal observations of the pro and cons of academia vs journalism.
From Pieces of the Musical World: Sounds and Cultures to Celebrating Art and Music countless links – and echoes – occur between book and exhibition.
Sculptor Sokari Douglas Camp is set to display some of her signature pieces at the upcoming SOAS Collections exhibition
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?’