Postgraduate open days

Humanities Open Day 2015 was on 10 June

noon - 20:00
Venue: Senate House

You are invited to visit the School for a one-day mini festival of the humanities and student open day on 10 June!

This event (1–5pm) will showcase the School’s vast array of resources including information about postgraduate courses, research training, libraries, archives and digital tools. Ideal for undergraduates as well as early career researchers, the day will include:

12pm and 2pm:

'Ministry of Information' themed tours of Senate House (ticketed separately)


A 'Human Library' at Senate House Library where you can find out more about the fantastic Harry Price Library of Magical Literature and other library treasures

Tours of the Institute of Historical Research


Meet the Academics – opportunities to network with our academics, alumni and prospective students and a raffle to win a tour up the Senate House Tower and other prizes

3.30pm: Senate House Library tour

A panel discussion on digital humanities with Dr Judith Townend (Director of the Centre for Law & Information Policy), Dr Matt Phillpott (SAS-Space Manager) and other speakers

Throughout the day:

Open day stands in Chancellor's Hall by our Institutes, Senate House Library, SAS Registry, Student Central and the Careers Group; tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

The day will culminate with a wine reception and celebration of the 2015 Being Human festival winners of the UK-wide funding competition (5.15–8pm).

Please register via Eventbrite or contact for further information. Join the conversation on Facebook and via the Twitter hashtag #SASOpenDay

Eventbrite - Humanities Open Day

University of London Information Evening

Each year (usually November) the School takes part in the University of London's Postgraduate Information Evening.

Institute Open Days

Some of our institutes hold postgraduate open days throughout the year. There are no open days scheduled at the moment but you are welcome to contact the SAS Registry office if you wish to arrange a personal visit to any of the School's institutes.

We would be delighted to welcome you to the School and encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities to meet teaching and student support staff, and current and past students of the School.



Three graduates wearing robes and mortarboards on graduation day

Master's degrees in culture, language and literature, history, human rights and law.


Man studying in library using his laptop surrounded by books

Research degrees in Commonweath, English, History, Law, and Germanic and Romance Studies.


A range of engaging short courses in palaeography, literature, book studies and protection of refugees.