International Chess Day has arrived! Does this ancient game require only skill, or is there a degree of chance involved? Peter Ayton from the Department of Psychology at City, University of London, wrote a letter to the Guardian newspaper with his thoughts. ♟ #InternationalChessDay
International Chess Day has arrived Does this ancient game require only skill

Chance is ever present in the game of chess

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Graduates from around the world share their experiences studying for a University of London degree with academic direction from The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE.
Graduates from around the world share their experiences studying for a University

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Join us on Thursday 20 July 2017 for our Global MBA Webinar for prospective students in India.

The online event will take place between 19:00 - 21:00 IST (India Standard Time) and you will have the opportunity to hear from Professor Ioannis Kokkoris, Global MBA Programme Director. You will also be able to get your questions answered with a live Q&A during the webinar.

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Today the world marks what would have been Nelson Mandela's 99th birthday. A man of unparalleled importance to the history of South Africa and its people, we remember him as one of our greatest former students, who studied for his LLB degree while a prisoner on Robben Island.
Today the world marks what would have been Nelson Mandela's 99th birthday

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Jane Austen died 200 years ago to the day, at the age of 41. Famous for works such as 'Sense and Sensibility' and 'Pride and Prejudice', did you know that she will appear on the new £10 note from September of this year? #janeausten200 #UoLFact
Jane Austen died 200 years ago to the day at the age

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Don't forget to sign up for tomorrow's Online Q&A for our master's degrees in Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management and ask your questions to the Programme Director, Dr Duncan Jackson.
Don't forget to sign up for tomorrow's Online Q A for our

Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management Q&A

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"Justice does not come on its own. Studying law, especially at a specialised postgraduate level, offers in-depth knowledge of what justice is and how it can be achieved. Today is certainly a day of celebration for Postgraduate Laws faculty and students."

- Helen Xanthaki, Programme Director, Postgraduate Laws ⚖
"Justice does not come on its own Studying law especially at a

17 July is World Day for International Justice

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Congratulations to the team of seven SIM students who received awards at the Asia Pacific Model United Nations Conference held in Hong Kong.
Congratulations to the team of seven SIM students who received awards at

SIM snags awards at international conference

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The Toronto open house is now underway at the Hilton hotel. There is still time to come and find out about our programmes. We are here until 3pm. If you are interested in the LLB you can catch the next presentation by Simon Askey, Director of the UG Laws programme at 1pm. We look forward to meeting you #UOLWorldClass
The Toronto open house is now underway at the Hilton hotel There

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As BSc International Relations student blogger Budhaditya prepares for a Master's at SOAS University of London in the UK, he shares his thoughts on what it means to be a graduate of the University of London.
As BSc International Relations student blogger Budhaditya prepares for a Master's at

Spirit of continuity

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This week saw the Freshmen Orientation Day and CCA Fair take place at the Singapore Institute of Management for new University of London International Programme students. We welcome you all to the #UOLWorldClass and hope you enjoyed an energetic week of induction activities!
This week saw the Freshmen Orientation Day and CCA Fair take place

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How do you transform competition into growth? How do you manage change effectively? What does it take to become a global player?

Business and industry experts discussed these questions and more at last week's Global MBA event co-hosted with the Chartered Management Institute.
How do you transform competition into growth How do you manage change

Business experts discuss 'Overcoming Global Challenges'

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Tonight we welcome our students, attending the The London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE Summer School, on the second tour of Senate House.

It was an honour to welcome you all to the home of the University of London.

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Tonight we welcome our students attending the The London School of Economics

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Join us on Tuesday 18 July 2017 for our Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management Online Q&A.

The online event will take place between 2pm and 4pm BST (British Summer Time) and you will have the opportunity to ask your questions to Dr Duncan Jackson, Programme Director, Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management.

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Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management Q&A

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“It’s been a year of fantastic achievements, both individually and collectively”

On a summer afternoon in Bloomsbury our second Charter Day Awards took place. The International Programmes celebrated the continuing efforts and achievements of its staff in providing a world class service.
“It’s been a year of fantastic achievements both individually and collectively”

Warm words and high praise in a historic secret garden

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“I thought I’d start with the aim of doing the Postgraduate Certificate but in the end found the course so interesting that I continued to do the full Masters.”

MSc Public Health graduate Nadia Kevlin chose her studies to complement her career as an aid worker. She reflects on her experience and offers guidance to those who wish to follow this career path.
“I thought I’d start with the aim of doing the Postgraduate Certificate

London Connection Q&A: Aid worker Nadia Kevlin

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Hot off the Press!

The latest edition of your alumni magazine "WC1E" is now available online.

The magazine includes a welcome from Dr Mary Stiasny, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) and Chief Executive for University of London International Programmes, as well as diverse articles on recent news, inspirational stories of our alumni and so much more – there really is something for everyone.... View more »
Hot off the Press The latest edition of your alumni magazine "WC1E"

WC1E Summer 2017 - University of London International Programmes Alumni Magazine

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On this day 140 years ago, the first ever Wimbledon championship began. The eventual winner, a certain Mr Spencer Gore, won 12 guineas, or roughly £1,300 in today's money.

This year's singles tournament winners can expect to win £2.2m. How times change! #Wimbledon2017
On this day 140 years ago the first ever Wimbledon championship began

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To celebrate this year's Pride in London fortnight, the rainbow flag, which represents equality and diversity, has been flying over Senate House since Saturday 24 June. #happypride #pride2017 ‍
To celebrate this year's Pride in London fortnight the rainbow flag which

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Student blogger Fiana offers a quick guide to frequently asked questions about reading lists.

She is currently enrolled on the Graduate Diploma in International Relations
Student blogger Fiana offers a quick guide to frequently asked questions about

To Read or Not to Read, Is that the Question?

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