New College of the Humanities

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 Stand: B31

 

Founded in 2011, New College of the Humanities (NCH) has earned a reputation as a world-class academic institution that is leading the way in UK higher education. Located in Bloomsbury, the heart of academic London, the College’s students are some of the world’s most enquiring minds and have a passion for learning.

With only 150 students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, the College offers postgraduate students small group teaching with specialist, research-active academics, as well as access to Professorial lectures delivered by luminaries including Simon Blackburn, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, AC Grayling and Steven Pinker.

 

Qualifications offered

> MA Communicating Economic Policy* > MSc Global Politics
> MA Historical Research & Public History > MA Philosophy

 
*Course title to be confirmed

Postgraduate study modes

> Full-time, one academic year

> Part-time, two academic years

 

About New College of the Humanities

New College of the Humanities (NCH) is launching a range of taught masters in the humanities and social sciences for 2018 entry. Studying at NCH is an enriching pursuit, both personally and professionally, and we consider postgraduate students to play an integral role in the ongoing development of our vibrant collegiate community. Our MA programmes foster advanced skills in critical questioning, information gathering, synthesis and analysis, and oral and written communication. Graduates are likely to pursue a research degree and an academic career, or wider employment opportunities in a range of diverse industries.

Beyond the syllabus, NCH boasts world-class visiting professors, including Simon Blackburn, Sir Partha Dasgupta, Richard Dawkins, Daniel C Dennett, AC Grayling, Bettany Hughes, Lawrence Krauss, Steven Pinker, Sir Christopher Ricks and Adrian Zuckerman. Between them, they deliver around 100 lectures in each academic year at NCH, giving our students access to some of the world’s greatest thinkers.

New College of the Humanities’ Bedford Square location, in the heart of London, provides an unparalleled postgraduate experience. All NCH students are members of Senate House Library, the third largest humanities library in the UK.

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