Goldsmiths, University of London
Goldsmiths, University of London is a close knit community, a rich academic heritage, a creative powerhouse, a thought provoking place. For more than 200 years, generations of students have received an education on the site of this university. Students coming from other countries will find a thriving international community and enjoy the experience of studying in one of the world?s major cities. Students can expand the horizons through the opportunities to travel and make friends from around the world.
The university offers a wide range of programmes including courses that have been specially designed for international students. Students can study undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across the arts, humanities, social sciences and computing. It also runs preparatory programmes for international students who require additional academic and English language support. The academics cooperate across disciplines to create exciting new courses and develop novel approaches to research issues. The interdisciplinary ethos has helped it to become a national leader in many subject areas.
A modern and flexible learning space, Goldsmith Library has been ranked in the top 20 in the UK. It has facilities for group and individual study and offers computer workstations, language learning materials and an extensive collection of printed, audio-visual and electronic resources.
Goldsmiths is located in New Cross, South East London, five miles from central London.
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