SOAS has a range of housing options for you to choose from, including Paul Robeson House which is exclusively for postgraduate students.
There are a mix of self-catered and catered halls of residence, with many rooms boasting ensuite bathrooms. Halls are located around London, with facilities varying, but including Mac rooms, TV lounges, table tennis rooms, cinema rooms and common rooms. All rooms also have laundry facilities and Wi-Fi.
SOAS is home to two galleries, the Brunei Gallery and the Foyle Special Collections Gallery, where you will find a range of artwork and artefacts from Asia, Africa and the Middle East, along with the university’s own special collections.
The university library is one of five National Research Libraries in the UK, and is considered the world’s most important academic library for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. You will find over 1.5 million books and electronic resources, in more than 400 languages.
The university also boasts several cafés and bars, while regular club nights and live music events are held for you to enjoy in your spare time. There is also a book shop, an ethical Co-op and over 200 Macs and PCs for you to use.
The recently refurbished Paul Webley Wing in Senate House offers students a mixture of teaching spaces and breakout spaces in a bright, new, airy environment.