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August 2019

Valerie Amos to take up new role at Oxford 

Our Director, Baroness Valerie Amos, will be stepping down at the end of the next academic year, after five years in the post. University College Oxford will be publicly announcing her appointment, starting in August 2020, as the new Master of the College.

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magazine 2019

October 2019

2019 SOAS World alumni magazine now available 

The 2019 SOAS World alumni magazine is now available online! Full of SOAS and alumni news, interviews and features

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15 October 2019

SOAS rises in World University Ranking

SOAS University of London has been ranked in UK’s top twenty universities for Arts and Humanities, according to the 2020 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Ranking. The rankings place SOAS 13th in the UK and 57th in the world, rising 4 places from 61st in 2019.

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Maro Itoje

28 October 2019

SOAS alumnus Maro Itoje named Player of the Match

SOAS politics graduate Maro Itoje was named Player of the Match in England’s Rugby World Cup semi-final victory on Saturday against the All Blacks. We are immensely proud to have Maro as an alumnus and as someone who speaks out about issues in modern society and cites his studies at SOAS as a formative part of his outlook on life.

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african textiles

11 October – 14 December 2019

African Textiles: Karun Thakar Collection

SOAS is hosting an exquisite exhibition of one of the world’s largest private collections of African textiles.

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welcome to sodom

8 November 2019

Film Screening: Welcome to Sodom

Free documentary film screening and discussion at SOAS University of London in parallel with UK Green Film Festival 2019.

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iran past and present

12 November 2019

Book Launch - Iran and Palestine: Past, Present, Future

Examining the nature of relations between Iran and Palestine, this book (Iran and Palestine: Past, Present, Future) investigates the relationship between state and authorities in the Middle East.

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we the people

25 November

We the People Film Festival #8, The State against Mandela and the others.

Watch and hear remarkable archive records of this momentous trial.

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Among the different institutions I have attended, this is the one I am proud of saying it is my alma mater because it is somewhere I really learnt something new rather than just expand on my high school knowledge. (...) I have moved out and about between different countries and (...) I have met alumni in unexpected places.

Charles Lor (MSc Violence, Conflict, and Development; 2002) 

 

 

Quite Ironically, I came into SOAS wanting to qualify in the bar and go into human rights, I came out understanding the world functions around economic development and I could work in the corporate world and yet be an instrument of change. I began to understand that it is better to be within the system and create progress rather than against it.

Nimisha Sara Philip (LLB, 2015)

 

 

 

I have been lucky to be able to put to use both my practical training as an economist and the regional focus on the Middle East in my career. For instance, with the Aga Khan Development Network, I worked in Syria for over a year, and in Canada’s Foreign Service, I have served in Ramallah. In my current role in Washington, I get to focus more on economic issues, both in the US and as they apply to international development.

Hussein Hirji (Development Economics, 2007)

 

 

 

SOAS challenges you on what you think you already know – we all have countries that we might defend or not defend – but then you meet people who may be from those regions who tell you how it is really on the ground. The different views and perspectives is a huge strength. I’d give SOAS a ten out of ten. It’s a great place to be. It’s also a very friendly and welcoming, and you settle in very quickly.

Nicholas Oniwon, MA International Studies and Diplomacy, 2013

 

 

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