SOAS University of London

SOAS University of London, UK

Undergraduate

£17,750 per year – Accounting and Finance

£17,750 per year – African Language and Culture

£17,750 per year – African Studies

£17,750 per year – Ancient Near Eastern Studies

£17,750 per year – Arabic

£17,750 per year – Arabic and Islamic Studies

£17,750 per year – Business, Management, Economics & Law with Foundation Year

£17,750 per year – Chinese (Modern and Classical)

£17,750 per year – Chinese Studies

£17,750 per year – Creative Arts

£17,750 per year – Development Economics

£17,750 per year – Development Studies

£17,750 per year – Economics

£17,750 per year – English

£17,750 per year – French

£17,750 per year – Global Liberal Arts

£17,750 per year – Global Popular Music

£17,750 per year – Hebrew and Israeli Studies

£17,750 per year – History

£17,750 per year – History of Art

£17,750 per year – History of Art (Asia, Africa and Europe)

£17,750 per year – History of Art and Archaeology

£17,750 per year – International Management

£17,750 per year – International Management and South East Asian Studies

£17,750 per year – International Relations

£17,750 per year – Islamic Studies

£17,750 per year – Japanese

£17,750 per year – Japanese Studies

£17,750 per year – Korean

£17,750 per year – Korean Studies

£17,750 per year – Law

£17,750 per year – Law Senior Status LLB

£17,750 per year – Law Single Honours (LLB)

£17,750 per year – Law with Year Abroad (LLB)

£17,750 per year – Linguistics

£17,750 per year – Management

£17,750 per year – Middle Eastern Studies

£17,750 per year – Music

£17,750 per year – Persian

£17,750 per year – Politics

£17,750 per year – Politics and International Relations

£17,750 per year – Religion, Culture and Society

£17,750 per year – Social Anthropology

£17,750 per year – Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities with Foundation Year

£17,750 per year – South Asian Studies

£17,750 per year – South East Asian Studies

£17,750 per year – South East Asian Studies (including year abroad)

£17,750 per year – Study of Religions

£17,750 per year – Turkish

£17,750 per year – World Philosophies

Masters

£22,810 per year – Advanced Chinese Studies

£22,810 per year – African Politics

£22,810 per year – African Studies

£22,810 per year – Ancient Near Eastern Languages

£22,810 per year – Anthropological Research Methods

£22,810 per year – Anthropological Research Methods and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Anthropology & Sociology

£22,810 per year – Anthropology of Food

£22,810 per year – Anthropology of Food and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Anthropology of Travel and Tourism with Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Arts of Asia and Africa

£22,810 per year – Asian Politics

£22,810 per year – Buddhist Studies

£22,810 per year – Chinese Studies

£22,810 per year – Chinese and Inner Asian Studies

£22,810 per year – Comparative Literature (Africa / Asia)

£22,810 per year – Comparative Political Thought

£22,810 per year – Contemporary Art and Art Theory of Asia and Africa

£22,810 per year – Contemporary China Studies

£22,810 per year – Critical Media and Cultural Studies

£22,810 per year – Cultural Studies

£22,810 per year – Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies

£22,810 per year – Development Economics

£22,810 per year – Development Studies

£22,810 per year – Development Studies (Central Asia Pathway)

£22,810 per year – Development Studies (Contemporary India Pathway)

£22,810 per year – Development Studies (Palestine Pathway)

£22,810 per year – Economics

£22,810 per year – Economics and Environment

£22,810 per year – Economics with reference to Africa

£22,810 per year – Economics with reference to Environment and Development

£22,810 per year – Economics with reference to South Asia

£22,810 per year – Economics with reference to the Asia Pacific Region

£22,810 per year – Economics with reference to the Middle East

£22,810 per year – Environment, Politics and Development

£22,810 per year – Environmental Law and Sustainable Development

£22,810 per year – Ethnomusicology

£22,810 per year – Film Studies

£22,810 per year – Finance

£22,810 per year – Finance and Financial Law

£22,810 per year – Finance and Management

£22,810 per year – Gender Studies

£22,810 per year – Gender Studies and Law

£22,810 per year – Gender Studies with special reference to the Middle East

£22,810 per year – Gender and Sexuality

£22,810 per year – Gender and Sexuality with special reference to the Middle East

£22,810 per year – Global Cinemas

£22,810 per year – Global Cinemas and the Transcultural

£22,810 per year – Global Creative and Cultural Industries

£22,810 per year – Global Digital Cultures

£22,810 per year – Global Economic Governance and Policy

£22,810 per year – Global Energy and Climate Policy

£22,810 per year – Global Media and Postnational Communication

£22,810 per year – Global Studies

£22,810 per year – Globalisation and Development

£22,810 per year – Historical Research Methods

£22,810 per year – Historical Research Methods and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – History

£22,810 per year – History and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – History of Art and Archaeology of East Asia

£22,810 per year – History of Art and Archaeology of East Asia and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – History of Art and Architecture of the Islamic Middle East

£22,810 per year – History of Art and/or Archaeology

£22,810 per year – Human Rights Law

£22,810 per year – Human Rights, Conflict and Justice

£22,810 per year – Intensive Language (Arabic)

£22,810 per year – Intensive Language (Japanese)

£22,810 per year – Intensive Language (Korean)

£22,810 per year – Intensive South Asian Studies

£22,810 per year – International Commercial and Economic Law

£22,810 per year – International Development

£22,810 per year – International Finance and Development

£22,810 per year – International Journalisms

£22,810 per year – International Law

£22,810 per year – International Management (China)

£22,810 per year – International Management (Middle East and North Africa)

£22,810 per year – International Politics

£22,810 per year – International Studies and Diplomacy

£22,810 per year – Iranian Studies

£22,810 per year – Iranian Studies and Intensive Persian

£22,810 per year – Islamic Intellectual History

£22,810 per year – Islamic Intellectual History and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Islamic Law

£22,810 per year – Islamic Societies and Cultures

£22,810 per year – Islamic Societies and Cultures and Intensive Arabic

£22,810 per year – Islamic Studies

£22,810 per year – Israeli Studies

£22,810 per year – Japanese Studies

£22,810 per year – Japanese Studies (Dual Degree Programme)

£22,810 per year – Japanese Studies and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Japanese and Korean Studies

£22,810 per year – Korean Studies

£22,810 per year – Korean Studies and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Labour, Social Movements and Development

£22,810 per year – Language Documentation and Description

£22,810 per year – Law

£22,810 per year – Law Master of Laws

£22,810 per year – Law and Gender

£22,810 per year – Law, Development and Globalisation

£22,810 per year – Legal Studies (General Programme)

£22,810 per year – Linguistics

£22,810 per year – Linguistics and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – MA African Studies (Literature Pathway)

£22,810 per year – MA African Studies and Intensive Swahili

£22,810 per year – MA Chinese Studies (Literature Pathway)

£22,810 per year – MA History of Art and Architecture of the Islamic Middle East and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – MA Japanese Studies (Literature Pathway) (not running 2019/20)

£22,810 per year – MA Korean Studies (Literature Pathway)

£22,810 per year – MA South Asian Studies and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – MRes Social Anthropology

£22,810 per year – MRes Social Anthropology and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – MSc Global Corporations and Policy

£22,810 per year – Media Studies

£22,810 per year – Media in Development

£22,810 per year – Medical Anthropology

£22,810 per year – Medical Anthropology and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Middle East Politics

£22,810 per year – Migration Mobility and Development

£22,810 per year – Migration and Diaspora Studies

£22,810 per year – Migration and Diaspora Studies and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Museums, Heritage and Material Culture Studies

£22,810 per year – Music

£22,810 per year – Music in Development

£22,810 per year – Near and Middle Eastern Studies

£22,810 per year – Near and Middle Eastern Studies and Intensive Languages

£22,810 per year – Pacific Asian Studies

£22,810 per year – Palestine Studies

£22,810 per year – Palestine Studies and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Performance

£22,810 per year – Political Economy of Development

£22,810 per year – Politics Of China

£22,810 per year – Politics and International Studies

£22,810 per year – Politics of Conflict, Rights & Justice

£22,810 per year – Postcolonial Studies

£22,810 per year – Public Financial Management

£22,810 per year – Public Policy and Management

£22,810 per year – Religion in Global Politics

£22,810 per year – Religions and Philosophies

£22,810 per year – Religions of Asia and Africa

£22,810 per year – Religions of Asia and Africa and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Religious Arts of Asia

£22,810 per year – Research for International Development

£22,810 per year – Sinology

£22,810 per year – Social Anthropology

£22,810 per year – Social Anthropology Programme with Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – Social Anthropology of Development

£22,810 per year – Social Anthropology of Development and Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – South Asian Area Studies

£22,810 per year – South East Asian Studies

£22,810 per year – South East Asian Studies & Intensive Language

£22,810 per year – State, Society and Development

£22,810 per year – Taiwan Studies

£22,810 per year – Traditions of Yoga and Meditation

£22,810 per year – Translation

£22,810 per year – Translation Studies

£22,810 per year – Turkish Studies

£22,810 per year – Violence, Conflict & Development (Palestine Pathway)

£22,810 per year – Violence, Conflict and Development

Language of Teaching

All courses are taught in English. Non-English speaking students are expected to enroll for the preparatory program

Application Deadlines

Spring Intake: starts – August, ends – January (best to apply before October)

Fall Intake: starts – January, ends – August (best to apply before June)

Requirements

Admission requirements are course specific. Kindly check the requirements for the program you wish to pursue

HOUSING

College Hall (12 rooms) – £234.05 to £269.85

Connaught Hall (25 rooms) – £188.65 to £265.30

Dinwiddy House (513 rooms) – £167.97 to £234.91

The Garden Halls (56 rooms) – £207.20 to £292.60

Goldsmiths House (20 rooms) – £197.50 to £210

Helen Graham House (60 rooms) – £160 to £247.50

International Hall (27 rooms) – £155.75 to £261.10

Paul Robeson (PG or mature UG only) (259 rooms) – £167.97 to £198.18

Urbanest St Pancras (79 rooms) – £245.96 to £289.86

Wood Green Hall (20 rooms) – £150 to £160

 VISA

Country: United Kingdom (UK)

Visa Type: Tier 4 (General) student visa

Main Airport: Heathrow Airport

Please inform us of your flight ticket date of travel and arrival (3 days before departure) the visa and the date of arrival.

Airlines: British Airways, Ryanair, Lufthansa, Air France, KLM

Visa and Admission

You can apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa to study in the UK if you’re 16 or over and you:

have been offered a place on a course

can speak, read, write and understand English

have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course – the amount will vary depending on your circumstances

are from a country that’s not in the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland

meet the other eligibility requirements

The earliest you can apply for a visa is 3 months before you start your course.

You’ll usually get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks. You can check visa processing times for your country.

Fees
It costs £348 to apply for this visa from outside the UK.

You must pay £348 per person for any dependants.

Visa Requirements & Documents

Document language:

All documents executed in a foreign language (except English) shall be accompanied by their translation into English. Translation of all documents must be notarized.

Documents

When you apply for the visa you must provide:

a current passport or other valid travel documentation

proof that you can support yourself and pay for your course – this will vary depending on your circumstances

proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18

proof of your relationship with your parent or guardian if you’re under 18

your tuberculosis test results if you’re from a country where you have to take the test

You need a blank page in your passport for your visa.

You may also need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances.

You must apply online for a Tier 4 (General) student visa.

You’ll need to have your fingerprints and photograph taken at a visa application centre (to get a biometric residence permit) as part of your application.

You’ll have to collect your biometric residence permit within 10 days of when you said you’d arrive in the UK (even if you actually arrive at a later date).

You may be able to get your visa faster or other services depending on what country you’re in – check with your visa application centre.

Health Insurance Requirement

International students who study in the UK will need to obtain a doctor’s certificate confirming that they can freely undertake study in the field of their choice.

Healthcare surcharge
You’ll also have to pay the healthcare surcharge as part of your application. Check how much you’ll have to pay before you apply.