If you would like to find out more about what Richmond can offer you, join our next Virtual Open Day on Wednesday 11 May, 4.00 – 6.30pm (BST).
You can explore our programmes, generous scholarships and what life is like at Richmond. …
Join us on Monday 11 April at 6.00pm in the Library, Richmond campus, for an open and free discussion of Lea Ypi’s book 'FREE' (link to free copy below).
In this unflinching memoir, Lea Ypi documents a childhood in the shadow of the oppressive…
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If you would like to find out more about what Richmond can offer you, join our Virtual Open Day on Wednesday 30 March, 4.00 – 6.30pm (BST).
Find out about our programmes, generous scholarships and what life is like at Richmond. It’s…
Through this two-part Peace Conference, INR6400 Conflict and Peace Studies students will unveil plans designed to move ongoing contemporary conflicts towards a 'warm' and 'positive' peace.
Please join us either:
In-person - Longley room,…
Book now for our first ever Open Day at our new campus in Chiswick Park on Saturday 9th April, 2:00 - 4:00pm.
It’s a great opportunity to experience what our new campus facility in the award-winning, state of the art Chiswick Park can…
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Friday 11 March, 2-4pm, Kensington – available in-person and online
From homemade rainbows in front windows, vibrant street art murals and memorial walls, to community galleries offering periodic respite during the pandemic, the last two…
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Dom Alessio, who is Professor of History and Vice President of International Programmes at Richmond, has had a blog published by Fair Observer, a non-profit media organisation.
Entitled, ‘The Radical Impact of Canada’s Fringe Parties’,…
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Sanjay Raja, who studied BA Economics at Richmond from 2008-2011, spoke to BBC World News recently to talk about the UK labour market.
Sanjay is the Chief UK Economist for Deutsche Bank, having previously worked in consulting and the public…
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If you are interested in discovering what our range of Masters programmes can offer you, why not join one of our webinars taking place over the next two weeks? They will provide you with an opportunity to hear and ask questions about our programmes,…
Wednesday 19 January 2022, 4 – 6.30pm (GMT)
Find out more about studying at Richmond, our new campus, scholarships, opportunities for studying abroad and student life in London.
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