Goldsmiths staff have a long heritage of developing collaborations and projects around the world which has resulted in a huge number of academic links and research opportunities for staff and students.
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LASALLE partnership creates graduates in Singapore
The partnership between Goldsmiths and LASALLE officially started in 2012, and includes the validation of degree programmes at LASALLE, and support for academic development activities between the two institutions.
“This LASALLE-Goldsmiths partnership is another step forward. Goldsmiths, University of London is one of the top universities in the world for Arts and Humanities, and LASALLE can develop its faculty and arts research capabilities through this partnership with Goldsmiths. The partnership will enhance the opportunities for our budding arts talents."
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, at the signing ceremony between LASALLE College of the Arts and Goldsmiths, University of London, held on 29 February 2012
Trinity and Goldsmiths
Trinity College and Goldsmiths signed a strategic partnership, building on complementary strengths in arts, humanities and social sciences at both institutions that specifically enabled the development of a new Masters programme aiming to drive the creative economy. The programme, which is the first of its kind globally, integrates entrepreneurship with creative practice, developing new business and creative enterprises within the creative sector.
Trinity Provost, Dr Patrick Prendergast, commented: "This is an opportunity to develop a globally unique MPhil programme through an innovative partnership between Trinity and Goldsmiths. Trinity and the city of Dublin are strategically placed to benefit from this collaboration. The capital city already has an excellent global reputation for creativity and culture and increasingly in gaming and new media technologies. This will bring together cultural, social and commercial entrepreneurship in a single location in association with the professional and academic expertise of Trinity."
Goldsmiths and Situ Research investigation into drone strikes informs report presented at UN
Research into drone strikes by academics at Goldsmiths, University of London and Situ Research was presented at a press conference at the United Nations on 25 October, 2013.
An interactive map of drone strikes across seven countries and visualisations of three in Pakistan, produced by the Forensic Architecture team based at Goldsmiths, will form an integral part of a report to be presented by United Nations Special Rapporteur on Counter Terrorism and Human Rights, Ben Emmerson.