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Proportionally, SOAS is one of the UK’s most international universities, with students from over 135 countries represented on campus.
As a university with a clear social justice mandate, SOAS has strong graduate links with NGOs, charities and public sector organisations across the globe.
SOAS has a cosmopolitan campus in the heart of London.
At SOAS, Africa, Asia and the Middle East provide the lens through which the uni interrogates the planetary questions of our time. From its central London campus, you'll engage in robust debate, develop academic rigour, and gain the skills required to be a global citizen – one who is capable of making an impact in a changing world. Building on the uni's values of social justice and equality, you’ll be encouraged to challenge conventional views and to think globally.
All seminars, tutorials, and small-group teaching will be in-person. Whilst most lectures will also take place on campus, some lectures will continue to be provided online and recorded – which means students can re-watch the content at a time that suits them.