The sixteenth edition of the Specializing Master in Interior Design organised in collaboration with the Scuola del Design and the association POLI.design. The in-class training is completed with three months internship in an architect’s studio.
The Rome Business School’s Master in Fashion Management is the ideal academic course for professionals seeking a world-class degree programme in these discipline, leading to a successful global career in the the global fashion market.
MIRM: transform your career prospects in just one year! Some of the most important insurance groups train, select and support participants.
If you are looking for an MBA that offers a values-led curriculum focused on leadership, innovation and best practice - choose the Richmond MBA.
Our Postgraduate Open Day or Evening gives you the opportunity to learn about our subjects and what it's really like to study at SOAS. You will be able to have one-to-one discussions with academics, current students and staff from across student services.
Postgraduate Open Day or Evening activities include:
Get your questions about postgraduate study answered at our Postgraduate Open Evening. Meet our staff and current students and join talks on various topics such as the funding and careers support available to our postgraduate students as well as how to make a strong application. There will be campus tours and activities taking place throughout the evening but you can drop in at a time that suits you.
Psychology MSc programme offers students who hold an internationally recognised undergraduate qualification, one not necessarily in Psychology, the opportunity to study a masters course.
This three-year taught part-time Masters programme is suitable for students who wish to improve their knowledge, understanding and research expertise in the area of pharmaceutical technology and quality assurance.
Modules on this course are taught in blocks of five days at a time to enable international participants to travel efficiently to London several times a year.
Focused on the practical skills required to work in conservation, introducing a range of old and new field and laboratory methods: satellite tracking, stable isotope analysis, DNA-based technology, sound recording and playback, use of camera traps and photography, bird ringing and wildlife forensics