We’re interested in pushing Anthropology forward, in unique areas and subjects you can’t study elsewhere.
We create, make and write about contemporary art in a dynamic, critical and interdisciplinary environment.
We're dedicated to theoretical and practical explorations in contemporary culture.
We rank in the top 20 computer science departments in the UK for research intensity - and in the top four in London.
We promote Chinese language and culture through a range of programmes and arts platforms.
At Goldsmiths design is in our DNA. But we’re not interested in just producing it, we’re interested in defining it.
Educational Studies isn’t just about teaching and learning. At Goldsmiths it’s exploratory and expansive.
From classical literature to contemporary fiction, we're critical and creative.
If English isn't your first language we have a wide range of programmes to ensure your success.
From the occult to dictators, from war to revolution, and from the body to ideas – this is history at Goldsmiths.
ICCE delivers entrepreneurship, cultural management and policy education to the creative and cultural sectors.
How do you measure sentiment on social media? Which technologies do you need to launch a business?
From the Leveson Inquiry to the future of the BBC, we're addressing the important questions of our times.
From opera to soundscape, from John Cale to James Blake, music at Goldsmiths embraces 21st-century culture.
At Goldsmiths the study of politics goes beyond voting systems, parliaments and the conventional arenas of power.
Our courses, from cognitive neuroscience to anomalistic psychology, are accredited and diverse.
We offer pre-qualifying, qualifying and post-qualifying professional programmes across social work, therapeutic studies and community work.
We're interested in pushing the discipline forward and ‘Live Sociology’ - focusing on contemporary issues.
Our ethos is interdisciplinary and intercultural; we extend our study both within and beyond European traditions.
We explore new forms of art theory and history, art practice and visual culture.