SOAS, University of London

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SOAS, University of London er eini háskólinn í Evrópu sem sérhæfir sig í rannsókn á Asíu, Afríka og nálægt og Miðausturlönd.

SOAS er merkilegt stofnun. Einstaklega sameina tungumál námsstyrk, refsiaðgerða þekkingu og svæðisbundin áhersla, það hefur stærsta styrk í Evrópu akademískra starfsmanna viðkomandi við Afríku, Asíu og Mið-Austurlöndum.

Hinsvegar, Þetta þýðir að SOAS fræðimenn takast á við brýnustu málefni – lýðræði, þróun, mannréttindi, sjálfsmynd, dómsvald, fátækt, trú, félagslegar breytingar – confronting two-thirds of humankind while at the same time remaining guardians of specialised knowledge in languages and periods and regions not available anywhere else in the UK.

Þetta gerir SOAS samheiti vitsmunalegum fyrirspurn og árangur. Það er alþjóðlegt fræðileg undirstaða og afgerandi úrræði fyrir London. Við lifum í heimi minnkandi landamæri og efnahagslegum og tæknilegum samtímis,. Samt er það einnig heimur þar sem munur og átthagaást kynna sig acutely. Það er heimur sem SOAS er greinilega staðsettur að greina, skilja og útskýra.

fræðileg áhersla okkar á þeim tungumálum, menningu og samfélög í Afríku, Asíu og Mið-Austurlöndum sem gerir okkur ómissandi túlk í flóknum heimi.

SOAS, University of London í hnotskurn:

89% Sáttur

SOAS er yfir landsmeðaltali í ánægju nemenda í 89% (National könnun nemandi 2013).

133 lönd

SOAS hefur meira en 5,000 nemendur frá 133 lönd á háskólasvæðinu, og rúmlega 50% prósent þeirra eru utan Bretlands. Auk þess, um 3,600 nemendur um allan heim eru að taka einn vegalengd okkar námsleiðum.

jöfn Split

Það er u.þ.b. jöfn skipting milli háskólastúdent (55%) og postgraduates (45%).

þroskaður Nemendur

24% af háskólastúdent eru yfir 21 þegar þeir byrja auðvitað þeirra.

350 samsetningar

Meira en 350 grunnnámi samsetningar gráðu eru í boði í félagsvísindum, listir, hugvísindi og tungumál, allt með sérstakri svæðisbundnum áherslum og alþjóðlegum mikilvægi. og yfir 115 framhaldsnámi.

Tungumál

SOAS býður óviðjafnanlega úrval af non-evrópskum tungumálum, allir geta þeir verið rannsakað án undangenginnar þekkingu. Skólinn hlaut drottningar Anniversary verðlaunin í 2009 fyrir ágæti, breidd og dýpt kennslu tungumálsins.

tækifæri

Rúmlega fjörutíu prósent af okkar grunnnámi gráðu bjóða upp á tækifæri til að eyða á ári nám í öðru landi.

300 fræðimenn

SOAS hefur stærsta styrk sérfræðings starfsmanna (300+ fræðimenn) umhugað um rannsókn Afríku, Asíu og Mið-Austurlöndum á hvaða háskóla í heimi.

National Leader

Í rannsóknarmati æfingu á 2008, Meira en 85 prósent af uppgjöf okkar voru raðað á hvorum hæsta bekk 4* (leiðandi á heimsvísu gæði), 3* (alþjóðavettvangi framúrskarandi) eða 2* (viðurkennd á alþjóðavettvangi).

11.3:1 hlutfall

Small-hópurinn kenningar mikilvægur þáttur í rannsókn á SOAS - nemandi-staff hlutfall okkar (11.3:1) er einn af þeim bestu í Bretlandi.

yfir 115 framhaldsnámi Námsframboð

SOAS hefur yfir 115 framhaldsnámi kennt í staðnámi og a breiður svið af gráður, vottorð og prófskírteini lærisveinar fjarnámi, í félagsvísindum, hugvísindi og tungumál, með sérstakri svæðisbundnum áherslum og alþjóðlegum mikilvægi.

Resources

The SOAS Library - nýlega endurnýjuð - hefur meira en 1.5 milljón hlutir og víðtækur rafræn úrræði fyrir rannsókn Afríku, Asíu og Mið-Austurlöndum, og laðar fræðimenn frá öllum heiminum.

skólar / Colleges / Lagðar / námskeið / deildir


  • Afríka
  • Anthropology and Sociology
  • Listir, skóli
    • History of Art and Archaeology
    • Media Studies
    • Tónlist
  • China and Inner Asia
  • Development Studies
  • Hagfræði
  • Fjármál og stjórnun
  • Saga
  • Japan and Korea
  • Tungumál Centre
  • Law
  • Málvísindi
  • Near and Middle East
  • Stjórnmál og International Studies
  • Religions and Philosophies
  • South Asia
  • South East Asia

Saga


The School of Oriental Studies was founded in 1916 á 2 Finsbury Circus, London, the then premises of the London Institution. The school received its royal charter on 5 júní 1916 and admitted its first students on 18 janúar 1917. The school was formally inaugurated a month later on 23 febrúar 1917 by King George V. Among those in attendance were Earl Curzon of Kedleston, formerlyViceroy of India, and other cabinet officials.

The school’s founding mission was to advance British scholarship, science and commerce in Africa and Asia and to provide London University with a rival to the famous Oriental schools of Berlin, Petrograd and Paris. The school immediately became integral in training British administrators, colonial officials and spies for overseas postings across the British Empire. Africa was added to the school’s name in 1938.

For sometime in the mid-1930s, prior to moving to its current location at Thornhaugh Street, Bloomsbury, the school was located at Vandon House, Vandon Street, London SW1, with the library located at Clarence House. Its move to new premises in Bloomsbury was held up by delays in construction and the half-completed building took a hit during the Blitz in September 1940. With the onset of the Second World War, many University of London colleges were evacuated from London in 1939 and billeted on universities all over the provinces. The School was, on the Government’s advice, transferred to Christ’s College, cambridge.

í 1940, when it became apparent that a return to London was possible, the school returned to the city and was housed for some months in eleven rooms at Broadway Court, 8 Broadway, London SW1. í 1942, the War Office joined with the school’s Japanese department to help alleviate the shortage in Japanese linguists. State scholarships were offered to select grammar and public school boys to train as military translators and intelligence officers. Lodged at Dulwich College in south London, the students became affectionately known as the Dulwich boys.

Bletchley Park, the headquarters of the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS), was concerned about the slow pace of the SOAS, so they started their own Japanese-language courses at Bedford in February 1942. The courses were directed by army cryptographer, Col. John Tiltman, and retired Royal Navy officer, Capt. Oswald Tuck.

In recognition of SOAS’s role during the war, the 1946 Scarborough Commission (opinberlega “Commission of Enquiry into the Facilities for Oriental, Slavonic, East European and African Studies”) report recommended a major expansion in provision for the study of Asia and the school benefited greatly from the subsequent largesse. The SOAS School of Law was established in 1947 with Professor Vesey-Fitzgerald as its first head. Growth however was curtailed by following years of economic austerity, and upon Sir Cyril Philips assuming the directorship in 1956, the school was in a vulnerable state. Over his twenty-year stewardship, Phillips transformed the school, raising funds and broadening the school’s remit.

A college of the University of London, the School’s fields include Law, Félagsvísindi, Humanities and Languages with special reference to Asia and Africa. The SOAS Library, located in the Philips Building is the UK’s national resource for materials relating to Asia and Africa and is the largest of its kind in the world.The school has grown considerably over the past thirty years, from fewer than 1,000 students in the 1970s to more than 6,000 students today, nearly half of them postgraduates. SOAS is partnered with the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO) in Paris which is often considered the French equivalent of SOAS.

í 2011, the Privy Council approved changes to the school’s charter allowing it to award degrees in its own name, following the trend set by fellow colleges the London School of Economics, University College London and King’s College London. All new students registered from September 2013 will qualify for a SOAS, University of London award.

í 2012 a new visual identity for SOAS was launched to be used in print, digital media and around the campus. The SOAS tree symbol, first implemented in 1989, was redrawn and recoloured in gold, with the new symbol incorporating the leaves of ten trees, including the English Oak representing England; the Bodhi, Coral Bark Maple, Teak representing Asia; the Mountain Acacia, African Pear, Lasiodiscus representing Africa; and the Date Palm, Pomegranate and Ghaf representing the Middle East.


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VINSAMLEGAST ATHUGIÐ: EducationBro Magazine gefur þér möguleika á að lesa upplýsingar um háskóla á 96 tungumál, en við biðjum þig um að virða aðra meðlimi og leyfi athugasemdir á ensku.