New College of the Humanities
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
Unique, liberal arts-inspired undergraduate programmes in the heart of London.
UCAS Code: N53
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Mode of study:
- Full time (56)
Undergraduate Open Days
Open days allow you to experience the university first hand, and help you decide if it's the right place for you.
Student Services and Facilities
- There are numerous opportunities for students to work part-time in London. While working part-time is a great way to cover living costs, students are advised to ensure it does not negatively affect their studies.
- LAUNCH, the college’s compulsory professional development programme, encourages students to develop winning behaviours to excel in the competitive jobs market. It is delivered by leading practitioners from a range of industries through project work, seminars and small group discussions.
- Each year, students work in teams to explore and address current issues faced by a range of enterprises, taking live briefs from clients and conducting primary market research. To date, projects have been developed for organisations including On Our Radar, Find A Cure, Give Me Tap and 21st Century Tiger.
- In addition, NCH offers intensive careers counselling for all students throughout their three years at the college, including one-to-one career consultations, CV and interview preparation workshops, and opportunities for networking, work experience and internships.
- For students who are disabled or have a specific learning difficulty, the college aims to ensure that students' learning requirements are met in a way that suits them best. This includes providing support, making reasonable adjustments or alternative arrangements as required.
- Provision and support may include flexibility regarding attendance and coursework deadlines (e.g time off for appointments), specialist equipment and/or software, copies of handouts in advance of lectures, or providing handouts on different coloured paper or in a larger font, and more.
- The NCH Student Union (NCHSU) is a student-led organisation at the heart of the NCH student experience.
- The NCHSU exists to promote the interests of the student body as well as planning social and extracurricular activities and providing support to student clubs and societies.
- All students are members and can enjoy the benefits of the NCHSU.
- Founded in 2011, New College of the Humanities (NCH) has earned a reputation as a world-class academic institution that is leading the way in UK higher education.
New College of the Humanities, 19 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3HH