New College of the Humanities the United Kingdom

About New College of the Humanities

Non-UK students currently make up around 30 per cent of the NCH student body and are part of a truly international community. We understand how moving to a new country and culture can be a daunting prospect, all while trying to start your degree, so we offer excellent pastoral care and support throughout your application to NCH, and, of course, once you arrive.

We know the visa application can be complicated and daunting, so we’ve supplied helpful tools to guide you through the process. Please keep in mind that nationals of the EU and EEA, as well as Switzerland, do not require a visa to study in the UK. Head to our visa and immigration page for details on how to start your visa application.

‘Coming from a small village in the Alps, I thought moving to London would be overwhelming. In fact I was surprised as to how smooth the transition was into the city. With the help of NCH students and student support, I found it very easy to move into the big city. London, although large, is an amalgamation of small villages, each with its own little charm.’

— Sebastian, second-year Economics BSc with Philosophy & Politics (PPE).

Location of New College of the Humanities

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Courses at New College of the Humanities

There are 60 courses listed from New College of the Humanities. These are displayed below in alphabetical order: