Information, resources, and links for SAS students

Registration Guidance 2021

If you're experiencing any issues logging in to register, please follow the Returning Students Registration Guidance.

New students should follow the New Entrants Registration Guidance.


Guidance for EEA students

If you are an EEA student (EU, EEA and Swiss citizen) and you’re planning to study in the UK from 2021, you may need to apply to the UK’s new points-based immigration system. Please review our guidance

Covid-19 Questions 

If you have any queries, please visit our FAQs. As the situation is constantly evolving, guidance and advice may change at short notice -- please check regularly for updates.


Updates on Library and Archive openings

We are providing updates on our Library and Archive openings, as well as their new social-distancing measures.


SAS Registry drop-in hours 

Senate House has now reopened and services are still available to all students. However, many staff are still working from home so, with limited Registry staff on campus we now have new opening hours for drop-in access. 

You can drop-in to see Registry staff on Mondays and Tuesdays, from 10.00am to 12noon in Room G37, on the Ground Floor of Senate House. Please wait outside the room until you are called. Please ensure that you observe social distancing at all times and that you wear a mask/face covering in common areas of Senate House. 

We ask that all visitorsd follow the Coronavirus advice and guidelines for Senate House before attending.  

We also ask you to consider whether your visit is really necessary. Unnecessary travel should be avoided where possible and remote services are available. You can contact the Registry via the email: or telephone: (+44) (0)207 862 8846 


No Detriment Policy

School of Advanced Study No detriment Policy updated April 2021.



One way to stay connected is through the SASiety Facebook page:

SASiety is a student-run organisation for all SAS students, of all ages, from all institutes, studying all programmes; Master's students, PhD students and Fellows are welcome to join. Rather than a student union, we are more about ensuring that SAS students get to meet more people and gain social and academic contacts and support. Our aim is to create a sense of community and to provide a social space for fun events and ideas. We organise regular meet-ups and events, and look forward to welcoming you to our common room!