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A plot of plaques


Over 15 plaques commemorating a diverse range of distinguished people can be found across the University of London’s (UoL) central precinct in the heart of Bloomsbury in central London.

Keep Calm, did you know?


The Keep Calm and Carry On poster was designed by an unknown artist right here in Senate house for the Ministry of Information during the period 27 June – 6 July 1939.It was produced as part of a series of three "Home...[more]

Investing in new student accommodation


Demand for quality, affordable accommodation close to where students study is currently exceeding supply. This housing shortage is a national problem which the University of London (UoL) is helping to address – when the building...[more]

Senate House to host BBC’s Antiques Roadshow


Senate House, the future home of SOAS University of London, will host BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow on 25 September 2016. The show will coincide with SOAS’ centenary celebration, beginning June 2016.Senate House, designed by...[more]

Earthquake in Pakistan and Afghanistan


The University of London is deeply saddened by the earthquake in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and the impact on the people living in those countries. We offer our sympathy to students in both countries who are studying for degrees...[more]

150 years of exacting examinations worldwide starting in Mauritius


The Prime Minister of Mauritius, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, is joining the University of London’s 150th Anniversary celebrations to mark its first ever overseas examinations, which were held in Mauritius in 1865.

Murray Fraser appointed as General Editor of Sir Banister Fletcher’s Global History of Architecture, 21st edition


Professor Murray Fraser of The Bartlett School of Architecture has been appointed as General Editor of the 21st edition of Sir Banister Fletcher’s A History of Architecture.