Goldsmiths, University of London

 

Goldsmiths, University of London

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Goldsmiths was founded in 1891 and has been part of the world-renowned University of London since 1904. Our single site campus in vibrant South East London is about 7 minutes by train to the city center. We’re known for our rich academic history and our innovative approach, having been voted by our peers as one of the UK’s top 25 institutions for the quality of our research, and are ranked in the world’s elite for 10 subject areas.

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When you come to Goldsmiths, you’ll be joining a dynamic and collaborative community of students representing over 140 countries. You’ll have the chance to work with academic staff as colleagues. They’re not locked away in isolation – they’re accessible and enthusiastic about teaching, and they’re keen to find out what you think and why. Whether you’re looking to take advantage of one our 1,400+ internships or thinking about future plans, we offer extensive career support with access to a global network of alumni and strong industry links.

SPSCC graduates with associate degrees can gain a bachelor's degree in just two years by studying in the vibrant and dynamic British capital. When you graduate from the University of London you join a community that has educated four monarchs, 52 presidents/prime ministers, 74 Nobel laureates, six Grammy winners, two Oscar winners and three Olympic gold medalists.

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Bachelor of Arts Programs

SPSCC has articulation agreements with Goldsmiths, University of London in these programs:

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

Articulation Agreement

Please note: either Goldsmiths, University of London or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies Goldsmiths, University of London during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the Goldsmiths, University of London website for applying students.

Requirements:

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology program at Goldsmiths, students must successfully complete the SPSCC Associate in Arts degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00. In conjunction with the degree, students must have successfully passed the following courses:

ANTH&100, Survey of Anthropology
ANTH&205, Biological Anthropology
ANTH&206, Cultural Anthropology
SOC&101, Introduction to Sociology

One of the following two courses:
FILM116, Introduction to Film Studies
FILM118, Topics in Film and Culture

AND two of the following courses:
ANTH&210, Indians of North America: Diversity
ANTH&216, Northwest Coast Indians: Diversity
ANTH&227, Pacific Island Cultures: Diversity

Bachelor of Arts in Politics

Articulation Agreement
Please note: either Goldsmiths, University of London or SPSCC can terminate the articulation agreement at any time. It is vital the student notifies Goldsmiths, University of London during the application process that the student is applying by means of this specific articulation agreement. Students that have completed the AA degree at SPSCC may be accepted into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Politics program subject to the same requirements as outlined on the Goldsmiths, University of London website for applying students.

Requirements:

To be eligible to transfer into the second year of the three-year Bachelor of Arts in Politics program at Goldsmiths, students must successfully complete the SPSCC Associate in Arts degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00. In conjunction with the degree, students must have successfully passed the following courses:

POLS&101, Intro Political Science
POLS&203, International Relations
SOC&201, Social Problems
ECON&201, Micro Economics
ECON&202, Macro Economics