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New College of the Humanities (or NCH) is a higher education institution based at St Katharine Docks in central London. It delivers undergraduate and masters degree courses and is partnered with Northeastern University based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA! The college is inspired by the liberal arts with courses that explore the intersection and increasing overlap between the humanities and technology. Over the last three years, NCH has outperformed the national average for student satisfaction, proving itself a worthy contemporary institution.

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The uni that dares to think differently

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New College of the Humanities (or NCH) is a higher education institution based at St Katharine Docks in central London. It delivers undergraduate and masters degree courses and is partnered with Northeastern University based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA! The college is inspired by the liberal arts with courses that explore the intersection and increasing overlap between the humanities and technology. Over the last three years, NCH has outperformed the national average for student satisfaction, proving itself a worthy contemporary institution.

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As a high performing institution, New College of the Humanities is an attractive option for students with big ambitions. The college values its unorthodox approach to English education - encouraging students to construct a degree unique to their passions. Due to its partnership with Northeastern University, students benefit from a wealth of resources and international networking opportunities.

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New College of the Humanities (or NCH) is a higher education institution based at St Katharine Docks in central London. It delivers undergraduate and masters degree courses and is partnered with Northeastern University based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA! The college is inspired by the liberal arts with courses that explore the intersection and increasing overlap between the humanities and technology. Over the last three years, NCH has outperformed the national average for student satisfaction, proving itself a worthy contemporary institution.

What students think

As a high performing institution, New College of the Humanities is an attractive option for students with big ambitions. The college values its unorthodox approach to English education - encouraging students to construct a degree unique to their passions. Due to its partnership with Northeastern University, students benefit from a wealth of resources and international networking opportunities.

As a high performing institution, New College of the Humanities is an attractive option for students with big ambitions. The college values its unorthodox approach to English education - encouraging students to construct a degree unique to their passions. Due to its partnership with Northeastern University, students benefit from a wealth of resources and international networking opportunities.

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