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At New College of the Humanities, we believe that an active social life is an important part of your higher education. From our list of clubs and societies to the wide array of different social events, there really is something for everyone.
Student Support & Resources
Whatever your question there is always someone who will listen and offer support. Find out more about the support available here.
The NCH Student Union promotes the interests of the student body as well as planning social and extracurricular activities and providing support to student clubs and societies.
Clubs & Societies
At NCH we have a variety of societies providing students with the chance to enjoy many different activities and opportunities that they may have not had before.
NCH is set in the heart of London, surrounded by the world-renowned libraries, museums, academic bodies and art institutions of the of the world’s greatest city.
Choose a major and a minor, from a range of humanities and social sciences subjects, to create your combined honours undergraduate degree.
Finding your way around London can seem daunting at first. From the Underground, to buses, to river boats, find out more here.
London Night Life
London is one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in the world. If you know where to look, you can have a lot of fun at a variety of places. Find out more here.
London offers a huge range of accommodation options for an even wider range of budgets. Find out more here.
Students at NCH are richly provided with library facilities, including the Registry Collection, Senate House Library (SHL), and the British Library. Find out more here.
Volunteering & Fundraising
Students at NCH volunteer for various charities and organisations, within the local community of Bloomsbury and further afield.
NCH Diaries is a blog written by NCH students, documenting their studies and life in London.
Chat With Our Students
Have a chat with one of our student ambassadors to get a first-hand account of what it’s like to study at NCH and live in the heart of London.