Tess Darbyshire
Philosophy BA with Politics & Economics (PPE)
Pacome Fofe
Law LLB with Economics
Anna Jackson
Law LLB with History
Merlin Betts
History BA with Economics
Chloe Rose Campbell
Philosophy BA with English
English BA with Art History
John Gray
Economics BSc with Law
Thomas Schafranek
Philosophy BA with Economics & Politics (PPE)
Professor AC Grayling
MA, DPhil (Oxon), FRSL, FRSA
Master of the College & Professor of Philosophy
Dr Suzannah Lipscomb
MA, MSt, DPhil (Oxon), FRHistS
Head of Faculty and Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History
Professor Steven Pinker
BA (McGill), DPhil (Harvard)
Visiting Professor
Professor Lawrence Krauss
BSc (Carleton), DPhil (MIT)
Visiting Professor
Dr Marianna Koli
BSc, MSc, PhD (Manchester)
Head of Faculty & Senior Lecturer in Economics
Ms Swatee Jasoria
BSc, MA (Sheffield), Juris Doctor (Rutgers Law School, NJ, USA),
Director of Professional Development
Professor Vernon Bogdanor CBE
BA, MA (Oxon), FBA
Visiting Professor of Politics

It's official, NCH has been recognised for delivering the best uni course and having the best lecturers in the UK at the 2015 WhatUni? Student Choice Awards.  NCH beat over 110 universities and undergraduate colleges across the UK to win the category for Best Course and Lecturers. The College was fourth best university of the year, and featured in the top 20 uni's for job prospects, student support, city life, and university facilities.

Aimed at current sixth form students with a passion for philosophy, the humanities and fun, the IAI School presented by NCH is a two-day series at the HowTheLightGetsIn festival that is perfect for sixth form students who are intrigued by mankind’s biggest questions, ideas and debates, and who also want to experience live sets from some of the greatest musicians and comedians on the circuit.

We are delighted to announce a number of one-year Postgraduate Diplomas (PgDip) at NCH, starting in September 2015.

These diplomas are ideal for recent graduates looking to get a well-respected and recognised qualification in an unrelated area to their undergraduate degree choice, perhaps to open up further study or work in a field in which you have become passionate about since first choosing your undergraduate degree.

We offer a broader, 20-module liberal arts inspired syllabus, including a University of London undergraduate degree and an eight-module diploma.

You can still apply for 2015 entry!

You can apply directly to New College of the Humanities now, in addition to your five UCAS choices, to start your degree this September. Your first step is to complete and submit our application form online.

Our Admissions Advisers are happy to talk to you informally before you apply. This is not part of the selection process, so feel free to call +44 (0) 207 637 4550 for a chat or email info@NCHum.org with any questions.