300 Online and Distance Learning Students Graduate
Last week SOAS welcomed online and distance learning graduands to our London campus to accept their degrees at the SOAS Graduation ceremony.
Graduands, family and friends came from all over the world, including Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, Austria, Switzerland, to attend the ceremony and meet the academics and administrators who have have helped them on their post-graduate journey
A further 300 Centre for Financial and Management Studies, Centre for Development, Environment and Policy, and the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy graduands will be receiving their degrees in the post in the coming month.
Scroll through the album below to see the images from the 2016 SOAS University of London Graduation.
Don’t forget to stay in touch by signing up to SOAS World, our alumni network, and joining your local alumni group. 2016 marks 100 years of SOAS and to celebrate we are holding 100 events in 100 cities, check out www.soas100cities.com to find your city.
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If you are doing a MSC distance learning at SOAS do you have to come to London for campus classes?
Hello. I have been a distance learning student with SOAS (CeFiMS), since a long time ago. I have completed with CeFiMS, SOAS, a “Postgraduate Diploma in Economic Principles”, and then an MSc in “Development Finance”. I am currently, enrolled at the MSc programme in “Public Financial Management”. These distance learning programmes have been very fruitful to me, on an intellectual level, and academic level. They have allowed me to be a part-time university teacher in Economics at the American University of Beirut (AUB).
However, as you are well aware, becoming a full-time teacher at a University, and hence realizing your full potential intellectually and academically, now requires a PhD. Since, SOAS has been a pioneer in distance learning, I propose that it starts a distance-learning PhD. progrmme (or at least a flexible requiring, brief stays in London), especially that there has been talk of this for quiet some time. Knowing, that the University of Birmingham, who has a much shorter experience with distance learning, has officially started such a program.
This would benefit greatly your distance-learning students, especially those coming from developing countries like me, and who cannot afford to spend long stays in London. Or, those who cannot afford to leave their jobs and family commitments. If, you can’t do it, who can?!
I am Sorry for this long comment, but I found it necessary to state my case clearly.
Best regards, and Merry Christmas.
Thanks for your comment, it’s great to hear you’ve had such a great experience with us. I appreciate you taking the time to state your case for a distance learning PhD and will ensure that these comments are passed onto the right people.
SOAS Distance Learning
Thank you for your response. I really appreciate, that you will pass on my comments to the right people.