Funding confirmed for EU students for 2018–19
The government has confirmed that EU students will continue to remain eligible for undergraduate, master’s, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in the 2018–19 academic year.
Six women directors take their lens up-close to Women Making News - what drives these women journalists to do their jobs? Join us for a screening and panel discussion at Senate House on 3 May
Next Dean of the School of Advanced Study announced
Professor Rick Rylance, Director of the Institute of English Studies and former AHRC Chief Exec, has been appointed as the next Dean of the School of Advanced Study
Explore Proust's In Search of Lost Time
Taste linden tea and absinthe, explore memory, desire, art and queer identity and experience the sights, smells and sounds of the Belle Époque on 11 May
New LLM in Legal Translation
We are delighted to announce that applications for our unique and specialised LLM in Legal Translation are now open! The groundbreaking initiative provides an unparalleled opportunity for interdisciplinary study and research in the heart of Bloomsbury.
Distance Learning research degrees now available
Study for a PhD anywhere in the world with our new distance learning research degrees in a range of humanities subjects
May-September events brochure now available!
Our new events brochure, featuring hundreds of free events in the humanities from May until September, is now available to view online!
Elections, piège à cons!
Dr Claire Launchbury, whose first political action was to strip down posters of Jean-Marie Le Pen in Orléans in the run-up to the 1995 presidential elections, hopes that France will resist the siren of the Front National.
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Videos and Podcasts
The Commonwealth and Challenges to Media Freedom - Keynote Lecture
Secretary General Baroness Patricia Scotland calls for a set of guidelines for the Commonwealth to develop a more prominent and active role in preserving media freedom and journalistic independence across its 52-member states.