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At SOAS University of London, students are encouraged to challenge conventional views and to think globally.
SOAS is the leading higher education institution in Europe specialising in the study of Asia, Africa and the Near and Middle East, offering over a hundred postgraduate programmes, all taught by world-class specialists.
The central London campus is home to a large postgraduate community, with 45% of students studying towards a masters or research degree. Students at SOAS gain the skills required to be global citizens who are capable of making an impact in a changing world.
Courses are taught by respected academics engaged in groundbreaking fieldwork and research, which influences both government policy and the lives of individuals around the world.
SOAS’s Russell Square Campus in Bloomsbury is within walking distance to the British Museum, British Library and the shops and entertainment of London’s West End.
The SOAS Library holds more than 1.5 million books and electronic materials renowned particularly for its resources on the study of Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
On campus, students can also visit The Brunei Gallery which holds regular exhibitions and, in the newly refurbished Paul Webley Wing of Senate House, there are a range of cafes, study and lecture rooms, and student social spaces.
SOAS has a yearly intake of 6,000 students in total, with 45% of the study body enrolled in master's degrees, giving an almost equal balance between undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The university offers almost 200 one year intensive postgraduate courses and MPhil/PhD programmes are available in every department.
As an example of graduate success, within the Centre for Development, Environment and Policy at SOAS, 75% of postgraduates were in work within six months of graduating (2017) with a further 13% in further study.
Postgraduate degrees at SOAS are particularly notable for their international perspective, flexible learning options and specialist teaching. Some of the top-ranking degrees include anthropology, geology, history, politics, development studies, linguistics and modern languages.
A study by Hitachi Capital Invoice Finance 2021 revealed that SOAS ranks within the top five institutions for producing the most CEO’s, entrepreneurs and managing directors, reflecting the high quality of teaching and ambition within the institution.
It is commonly agreed that a master’s degree from SOAS prepares students for work in a multicultural world and global economy.
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