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CUG UK ranking (out of 144)

74%

NSS Student Satisfaction score

64%

Graduate prospects (DLHE)

SOAS University (School of Oriental and African Studies) is one of the world's leading institutions in the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It is home to many world-class facilities, SOAS School of Law is of particular note as one of the leading law schools in the UK. The university also boasts a student-staff ratio of 11:1 - one of the best in the UK, and offers around 350 bachelor degree combinations. SOAS has produced many notable graduates including high ranking government officials and nobel prize winners, giving the institution an excellent pedigree.

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A specialist university promoting global skills and creating global citizens.

A specialist uni located in historic Bloomsbury

https://stories.springpod.com/stories/soas-uni-of-london-102926

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The university

SOAS University (School of Oriental and African Studies) is one of the world's leading institutions in the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It is home to many world-class facilities, SOAS School of Law is of particular note as one of the leading law schools in the UK. The university also boasts a student-staff ratio of 11:1 - one of the best in the UK, and offers around 350 bachelor degree combinations. SOAS has produced many notable graduates including high ranking government officials and nobel prize winners, giving the institution an excellent pedigree.

What students think

Students who enjoy the thrill of politics and political discourse flock to SOAS for its acclaimed political scene - so much so that SOAS was voted the most politically active university in the UK in 2012 (Which? University). Another draw for the intrepid student is a love for the central London location and making the most of the buzzing student atmosphere present across Bloomsbury - the intellectual capital of the city. Neighbouring institutions include the London Business School, Royal Veterinary College, University College London, and the Institute of Education.

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The university

SOAS University (School of Oriental and African Studies) is one of the world's leading institutions in the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It is home to many world-class facilities, SOAS School of Law is of particular note as one of the leading law schools in the UK. The university also boasts a student-staff ratio of 11:1 - one of the best in the UK, and offers around 350 bachelor degree combinations. SOAS has produced many notable graduates including high ranking government officials and nobel prize winners, giving the institution an excellent pedigree.

What students think

Students who enjoy the thrill of politics and political discourse flock to SOAS for its acclaimed political scene - so much so that SOAS was voted the most politically active university in the UK in 2012 (Which? University). Another draw for the intrepid student is a love for the central London location and making the most of the buzzing student atmosphere present across Bloomsbury - the intellectual capital of the city. Neighbouring institutions include the London Business School, Royal Veterinary College, University College London, and the Institute of Education.

Students who enjoy the thrill of politics and political discourse flock to SOAS for its acclaimed political scene - so much so that SOAS was voted the most politically active university in the UK in 2012 (Which? University). Another draw for the intrepid student is a love for the central London location and making the most of the buzzing student atmosphere present across Bloomsbury - the intellectual capital of the city. Neighbouring institutions include the London Business School, Royal Veterinary College, University College London, and the Institute of Education.

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