The eight institutes of the School collectively offer a wide range of seminars, workshops, lectures, conferences, and other academic events.
The majority of our events are free and open the public.
All of our events require advance booking.
Events are subject to change; please check the event's webpage for the latest information.
We take our responsibility to visitors with special needs very seriously and will endeavour to make reasonable adjustments to accommodate such needs. If you have a particular requirement, please discuss it confidentially with the event organiser ahead of the event.
Safety and security
To ensure everyone’s safety and security, bags and rucksacks may be searched before entry and security personnel may ask to see photograph ID. While you are in Senate House, please do not leave bags or rucksacks unattended at any time.
Freedom of Expression & Speech position statement
As an international group of universities, we have a strong and longstanding commitment to the values of freedom of expression. The environment of rigorous inquiry that is critical to the very function of universities as centres of intellectual challenge and discovery is being debated in our diverse jurisdictions. There are some who argue that freedom of expression in universities is being inhibited through regulation, policies, practices and culture, conversely there are others who suggest that such freedoms need to be regulated to protect individuals and communities from offensive or controversial content.
You can read the full statement in the PDF below.
We are proud of the University of London’s buildings, and are keen for visitors to appreciate their architecture, internal design and associated history. You will appreciate that such buildings can be faced with a broad range of threats. These regulations ensure that adequate protections and security measures are in place to safeguard the buildings and their users.
You can read the full regulations in the PDF below.
SAS & UoL maps
Useful Documents: Map of the University of London, School of Advanced Study, and Senate House