As the only institution in the UK that specializes in the study of Asia, Africa and the Near and Middle East, SOAS University of London has a unique academic approach in courses like non-governmental organizations and development to international politics, music, anthropology, economics, art history and the comparative religions. Its Language Centre offers an unparalleled range of non-European languages such as Persian, Thai, Sanskrit, Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Cantonese and more, taught from beginner to advanced levels. Its heritage as a school for diplomats is apparent in the energy of its diverse student body, committed to tackling global issues large and small—if this excites you, it may be a great program option.
You’ll have access to the SOAS Library, considered the UK’s national library for Asian and African studies. The collection includes over 1.2 million volumes in more than 400 languages.
You’ll quickly become active on-campus through the bustling Students’ Union, home to a number of clubs and societies with organized events like world music concerts, guest speakers, panel discussions, and even a produce co-op. You’re also welcome to use the Student Central facilities in central London.
On the Russell Square campus, you’ll be located in the intellectual and literary Bloomsbury quarter, a London neighborhood rich in culture—which is also home to the Arcadia London Center! The Vernon Square campus is housed in an Edwardian building near trendy Islington, just a 20-minute walk from the Russell Square campus and near to SOAS university housing.
In many ways, the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) represents the type of contrast you will find so fascinating while studying in Australia; a downtown urban campus in Brisbane that is bordered by the Brisbane River and the Botanical Garden providing a combination of modern buildings and a beautiful physical environment; a university that has technology in its name but offers innovative and exciting opportunities in the performing arts, and a creative multi-disciplinary approach to the social sciences and humanities.
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is a dynamic university that offers study abroad students creative, multi-disciplinary approaches to social sciences, humanities and performing arts in addition to highly innovative technology courses. It’s perfect if you are majoring in media, creative design, fashion, business, education, engineering and IT.
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The university boasts a number of field stations for the study of marine science and geology. It has particular strengths in engineering, biological sciences, chemistry, anthropology, religious studies, philosophy and law, and offers an Antarctic studies program. Additionally, Canterbury’s School of Business and Economics has recently earned AACSB business accreditation. Spend a semester or year at New Zealand's second-oldest university and a center of research and academic excellence. Canterbury's academic program is divided amongst five colleges and a school of law. It is well-known for its engineering program, and it is only one of two universities in New Zealand to offer this major. It is the only university to offer speech and language therapy, and astronomy.
Credit-bearing course selections can include an internship of your choice in the humanities, social sciences and communications students. Placements include: radio presenting, NGOs or service learning projects.
Special scholarships are available for all students with at least a 3.0 GPA studying at University of Canterbury with Arcadia.
The University is just minutes away from one of the main shopping districts in Christchurch.
The University of Canterbury Students Association runs a wide variety of clubs and societies from the cultural and social to the sporting and educational. From BeardSOC (a social club for fans of beards) to Musoc (a theater production group), you’re sure to find a group that will make you feel at home.
The University of Canterbury has five field study sites across the South Island, providing opportunities for students of astronomy, geology and marine research.