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London Middle East Institute, SOAS, University of London, MBI Al Jaber Building, 21 Russell Square
London, United Kingdom WC1B 5EA

+44 (0)20 7898 4330

The LMEI serves as a neutral forum for the consideration of issues concerning the Middle East and helps to create links between individuals and institutions with academic, commercial, diplomatic, media or other specialisations. With its own professional staff of Middle East experts, the LMEI is further strengthened by its academic membership - the largest concentration of Middle Eastern expertise in any institution in Europe. The LMEI has two centres under its umbrella: the Centre for Iranian Studies and the Centre for Palestine Studies.

Education Near London Middle East Institute

SOAS University of London
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Thornhaugh Street
London, WC1H 0XG

+44 (0)20 7637 2388

SOAS University of London is the world's leading institution for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Through a unique combination of language scholarship, regional focus and disciplinary skills, SOAS provides resources and knowledge to equip people for a global economy and a multicultural world.

Birkbeck, University of London
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Main campus: Malet Street, Bloomsbury
London, WC1B 3

020 7631 6316

Institute Of Education
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20 Bedford Way
London, WC1H 0AL

+44 (0) 20 7612 6136

Senate House, London
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Malet Street
London, WC1E 7

20-76368000

Senate House is the administrative centre of the University of London, situated in the heart of Bloomsbury, London between the School of Oriental and African Studies to the east, and the British Museum to the south. The Art Deco building was constructed between 1932 and 1937 as the first phase of a large uncompleted scheme designed for the University by Charles Holden. It consists of 19 floors and is 210ft high.Today the main building contains the University of London's Central Academic Bodies and activities, including the offices of the Vice-Chancellor of the University, the entire collection of the Senate House Library, and seven of the nine research institutes of the School of Advanced Study. During the Second World War, the building's use by the Ministry of Information inspired two noted English writers. Graham Greene's novel The Ministry of Fear (1943) and its film adaptation Ministry of Fear by Fritz Lang (1944) set in Bloomsbury. George Orwell's wife Eileen worked in Senate House for the Censorship Department of the Ministry of Information, and her experiences inspired the description of the Ministry of Truth in Orwell's 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.

SOAS Library
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Thornhaugh St, Russell Square
London, WC1H 0XG

020 7898 4163

SOAS Library
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Thornhaugh St, Russell Square
London, WC1H 0XG

020 7898 4163

Senate House Library
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Senate House Library, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8500

Senate House Library is a world-class academic research Library, located in Bloomsbury, Central London.

Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London
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Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square
London, WC1B 5DR

020 7862 5800

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) Alumni Association
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Alumni Office, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street
London, WC1E 7HT

+44 (0)20 7299 4774

Official YES Group
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, Coram Street
London, WC1N 1HT

Our vision is a world where everyone has access to a peer group that inspires them to grow and contribute. Go to www.yesgroup.org.uk to find out where your nearest YES Group is in the UK and world!

The Warburg Institute
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Woburn Square London WC1H 0AB, London
London, WC1H 0AB

0207 862 8949

The Warburg Institute is the premier institute in the world for the study of cultural history and the role of images in culture. It is dedicated to the history of ideas, the dissemination and transformations of images in society, and the relationship between images, art and their texts and subtexts, of all epochs and across the globe, concerning both memory and material culture. Founded by Aby Warburg in Hamburg at the end of the nineteenth century, the Warburg Institute and its famous library migrated under pressure from the Nazi regime in Germany to London in 1933. In 1944 the Institute was incorporated in the University of London and it moved into its purpose-built building in London’s Bloomsbury quarter in 1958. It attracts the greatest humanist scholars and philosophers – from Erwin Panofsky, Walter Benjamin, Ernst Gombrich, Edgar Wind, Francis Yates and Ernst Cassirer, and continues to attract Fellows and post-graduate students of the highest calibre. The Institute is thriving under the current Director and internationally renowned scholar David Freedberg. The Warburg Institute Library holds a collection of international importance in the humanities. Its 350,000 volumes make it the largest collection in the world focused on Renaissance studies and the history of the classical tradition. The unique classification system of the Library structures culture and expression under four categories: Image, Word, Orientation and Action. The detailed organisation of the Warburg Library makes inspired connections between different fields of endeavour and study. The open shelves lead readers to books which they might not otherwise find, while the unique arrangement of the sections aids intuitive connections. The Warburg Institute's Photographic Collection contains ca 350,000 photographs of sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries and other forms of imagery. The Collection was begun by Aby Warburg in the late 1880s, and includes tens of thousands of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs and slides, together with hundreds of thousands of images added since the Institute came to London in 1933. The collection is organised iconographically: photographs are ordered not by artist or by period, but by subject. This unique filing system helps users to:identify the subjects of obscure works; locate images whose artist is unknown; understand the frequency with which stories were depicted; analyse the relationship of images to textual sources; trace iconographic developments through time; test theories about the social functions of images. The Archive of the Institute preserves the working materials and papers of the Institute’s founder Aby M. Warburg (1866-1929) and of other distinguished scholars closely associated with the Institute from its days in Hamburg to the present, including the former directors Fritz Saxl (1890-1948) and Gertrud Bing (1892–1964), the cultural historian Dame Frances A. Yates (1899–1981), the historian of religion Robert Eisler (1882-1949) and the art historian Otto Kurz (1908-1975). In addition it contains papers relating to the following scholars: A.A. Barb (1901-1979; Leopold D. Ettlinger (1913-1989); Henri Frankfort (1897-1954); Sir Ernst H. Gombrich (1909-2001); Evelyn Jamison (1877-1972); Karl Ernst Krafft (1900-1949); Otto (1908-1975) and Hilde Kurz (1910-1981); Charles Mitchell (1912-1995); R.A.B. Mynors (1903-1989); Siegfried Seligmann (1870-1926); Walter Solmitz (1905-1962); Daniel P. Walker (1914-1985); Roberto Weiss (1906-1969) and the academic and administrative records of the Institute. The Warburg Institute Archive now also incorporates the working papers and private correspondence of E. H. Gombrich, consisting of some 10,000. catalogued items.

The Warburg Institute
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Woburn Square London WC1H 0AB, London
London, WC1H 0AB

0207 862 8949

The Warburg Institute is the premier institute in the world for the study of cultural history and the role of images in culture. It is dedicated to the history of ideas, the dissemination and transformations of images in society, and the relationship between images, art and their texts and subtexts, of all epochs and across the globe, concerning both memory and material culture. Founded by Aby Warburg in Hamburg at the end of the nineteenth century, the Warburg Institute and its famous library migrated under pressure from the Nazi regime in Germany to London in 1933. In 1944 the Institute was incorporated in the University of London and it moved into its purpose-built building in London’s Bloomsbury quarter in 1958. It attracts the greatest humanist scholars and philosophers – from Erwin Panofsky, Walter Benjamin, Ernst Gombrich, Edgar Wind, Francis Yates and Ernst Cassirer, and continues to attract Fellows and post-graduate students of the highest calibre. The Institute is thriving under the current Director and internationally renowned scholar David Freedberg. The Warburg Institute Library holds a collection of international importance in the humanities. Its 350,000 volumes make it the largest collection in the world focused on Renaissance studies and the history of the classical tradition. The unique classification system of the Library structures culture and expression under four categories: Image, Word, Orientation and Action. The detailed organisation of the Warburg Library makes inspired connections between different fields of endeavour and study. The open shelves lead readers to books which they might not otherwise find, while the unique arrangement of the sections aids intuitive connections. The Warburg Institute's Photographic Collection contains ca 350,000 photographs of sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries and other forms of imagery. The Collection was begun by Aby Warburg in the late 1880s, and includes tens of thousands of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs and slides, together with hundreds of thousands of images added since the Institute came to London in 1933. The collection is organised iconographically: photographs are ordered not by artist or by period, but by subject. This unique filing system helps users to:identify the subjects of obscure works; locate images whose artist is unknown; understand the frequency with which stories were depicted; analyse the relationship of images to textual sources; trace iconographic developments through time; test theories about the social functions of images. The Archive of the Institute preserves the working materials and papers of the Institute’s founder Aby M. Warburg (1866-1929) and of other distinguished scholars closely associated with the Institute from its days in Hamburg to the present, including the former directors Fritz Saxl (1890-1948) and Gertrud Bing (1892–1964), the cultural historian Dame Frances A. Yates (1899–1981), the historian of religion Robert Eisler (1882-1949) and the art historian Otto Kurz (1908-1975). In addition it contains papers relating to the following scholars: A.A. Barb (1901-1979; Leopold D. Ettlinger (1913-1989); Henri Frankfort (1897-1954); Sir Ernst H. Gombrich (1909-2001); Evelyn Jamison (1877-1972); Karl Ernst Krafft (1900-1949); Otto (1908-1975) and Hilde Kurz (1910-1981); Charles Mitchell (1912-1995); R.A.B. Mynors (1903-1989); Siegfried Seligmann (1870-1926); Walter Solmitz (1905-1962); Daniel P. Walker (1914-1985); Roberto Weiss (1906-1969) and the academic and administrative records of the Institute. The Warburg Institute Archive now also incorporates the working papers and private correspondence of E. H. Gombrich, consisting of some 10,000. catalogued items.

School of Advanced Study - University of London
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University of London, Senate House, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8653

The School of Advanced Study at the University of London brings together nine internationally renowned research institutes to form the UK's national centre for the support of researchers and the promotion of research in the humanities. We offer University of London MA, MRes, LLM, MPhil, and PhD degree programmes.

London School of Business and Management
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, WC1E 7JN

020 7078 8844

As a career orientated, professionally minded higher education institution, we are committed to providing students with a study environment that is both friendly and professional. We take great pride in being able to provide personal guidance, support, expert tuition and access to university facilities and resources.

London School of Business and Management
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, WC1E 7JN

020 7078 8844

As a career orientated, professionally minded higher education institution, we are committed to providing students with a study environment that is both friendly and professional. We take great pride in being able to provide personal guidance, support, expert tuition and access to university facilities and resources.

University of London Intercollegiate Halls of Residence
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Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HY

020 7862 8881

The University of London has five intercollegiate halls of residence available to full time students of the University: - College Hall (Malet Street, WC1); - Connaught Hall (Tavistock Square, WC1); - International Hall (Lansdowne Terrace, WC1); - Lillian Penson Hall (Talbot Square, W2); and - Nutford House (Brown Street, W1). In 2016, the completely rebuilt & refurbished Garden Halls will re-open with more than 1,000 student places in Cartwright Gardens, WC1. All the intercollegiate halls are primarily catered accommodation providing breakfast and dinner seven days a week, although most halls have a small number of self-catering flats and studio options available. In addition to the catered intercollegiate halls, our property management unit provides self-catering accommodation in flats at Clandon House (Finchley, N3). 21 self-catered flats are also available on Gower Street, WC1 for postgraduate students only. To be eligible for a place at an intercollegiate hall, you must be a registered, full-time student at one of the University's Colleges or Institutes. For getting to know people in your own intercollegiate hall, look out for the Facebook group that your Warden will have created just for residents in your hall this year.

School of Oriental and African Studies
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Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
London, WC1H 0XG

SOAS, University of London, is a public research university in London, England, and a constituent college of the University of London. Founded in 1916, it is regarded as one of the leading universities in Europe. SOAS has produced several heads of states, government ministers, diplomats, Supreme Court judges, a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and many other notable leaders around the world.Located in the heart of Bloomsbury in central London, SOAS is recognised as the leading institution for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East and is ranked amongst the top universities in Britain. It specialises in the humanities, languages and social sciences of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It is home to the SOAS School of Law. SOAS offers around 350 undergraduate bachelor's degree combinations, over 100 one-year master's degrees and PhD programmes in nearly every department.HistoryOriginsThe School of Oriental Studies was founded in 1916 at 2 Finsbury Circus, London, the then premises of the London Institution. The school received its royal charter on 5 June 1916 and admitted its first students on 18 January 1917. The school was formally inaugurated a month later on 23 February 1917 by King George V. Among those in attendance were Earl Curzon of Kedleston, formerly Viceroy of India, and other cabinet officials.

Slade Research Centre
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Woburn Sq, WC1H 0AB
London,

Joint Library of the Hellenic & Roman Societies / ICS Library
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3rd floor, Senate House, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8709

The Library is maintained jointly with the Societies for the Promotion of Hellenic and Roman Studies and in association with the Institute of Classical Studies (University of London). It contains over 130,000 volumes, 19,500 bound volumes of periodicals and has an international reputation as one of the world’s foremost Classics libraries.

Joint Library of the Hellenic & Roman Societies / ICS Library
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3rd floor, Senate House, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8709

The Library is maintained jointly with the Societies for the Promotion of Hellenic and Roman Studies and in association with the Institute of Classical Studies (University of London). It contains over 130,000 volumes, 19,500 bound volumes of periodicals and has an international reputation as one of the world’s foremost Classics libraries.

AIFS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS
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Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, WC1E 7JN

AIFS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS
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Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, WC1E 7JN

Ucl Institute of the Americas
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51 Gordon Square, London
London, WC1H 0PN

020 7679 2000

Birkbeck Department of Philosophy
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30 Russell Square
London, WC1B 5DT

020 7631 6383/6385

This is the official Facebook page for the Department of Philosophy at Birkbeck, University of London. The page is administered by members of the Department. Please see our House Rules before posting (http://www.bbk.ac.uk/philosophy/prospective-students/house-rules.doc). We offer Philosophy courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level - please see our website for full information. We are one of the most distinguished centres of philosophy research in the United Kingdom. In the last Research Assessment Exercise, 100% of our research was classed as being internationally recognised and 60% as internationally excellent. Our teaching staff provide students with a philosophical education of the very highest academic quality: the department scored a maximum 24/24 in the last Teaching Quality Assessment (AQA).

Institute of Classical Studies
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Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
London, WC1E 7

020 7862 8700

Das Institute of Classical Studies ist eine Forschungseinrichtung auf dem Gebiet der Sprachen, Literaturen, Geschichte, Kunstgeschichte, der Archäologie und der Philosophie des griechischen und römischen Altertums und Teil der School of Advanced Study der Universität London.Das Institute of Classical Studies wurde 1953 vom Senat der Universität als Kooperation mit der Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies und der Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies gegründet. Zu den Mitbegründern zählt der Altphilologe und Klassische Archäologe T. B. L. Webster. Zum Institut gehört die Joint Library der beiden Societies und des Institute. Im Jahr 1958 wechselten das Institute und die Societies von ihrem anfänglichen Sitz in 50, Bedford Square in ein neues, eigens für sie errichtetes Gebäude, in 31–34, Gordon Square, gegenüber dem Warburg Institute, eine Adresse, die in Großbritannien als nationales Hauptquartier der Altertumswissenschaften galt. Im August 1997 zogen das Institute und die Societies erneut um, diesmal in das historische Gebäude des Senate House der Universität.Vom Institute of Classical Studies wird die Fachzeitschrift Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies herausgegeben.Direktoren des Institute Reginald Pepys Winnington-Ingram (1964–1967) Eric Handley (1967–1984) John Penrose Barron (1984–1991) Richard Sorabji (1991–1996) Michael J. Edwards (1996–2011) John A. North (2012–2014) Greg Woolf (seit 2015)

COBIS - Council of British International Schools
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55-56 Russell Square, Bloomsbury
London, WC1B 4HP

+44 203 826 7190

Representing over 400 member organisations, COBIS exists to serve, support and represent its member schools, their leaders, governors, staff and students by Representing member schools with the British Government, educational bodies, and the corporate sector Providing effective professional development for senior leaders, governors, teachers and support staff Facilitating, coordinating and supporting professional networking opportunities for British International schools Processing Disclosure Barring Service checks to promote child protection and safer recruitment and employment practices Providing access to information about trends and developments in UK education Facilitating mentoring and support programmes for Heads and school leaders Promoting career opportunities within the global COBIS network Brokering a cost-effective consultancy service between schools and approved educational support service providers

COBIS - Council of British International Schools
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55-56 Russell Square, Bloomsbury
London, WC1B 4HP

+44 203 826 7190

Representing over 400 member organisations, COBIS exists to serve, support and represent its member schools, their leaders, governors, staff and students by Representing member schools with the British Government, educational bodies, and the corporate sector Providing effective professional development for senior leaders, governors, teachers and support staff Facilitating, coordinating and supporting professional networking opportunities for British International schools Processing Disclosure Barring Service checks to promote child protection and safer recruitment and employment practices Providing access to information about trends and developments in UK education Facilitating mentoring and support programmes for Heads and school leaders Promoting career opportunities within the global COBIS network Brokering a cost-effective consultancy service between schools and approved educational support service providers

Education Near London Middle East Institute

SOAS University of London
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Thornhaugh Street
London, WC1H 0XG

+44 (0)20 7637 2388

SOAS University of London is the world's leading institution for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Through a unique combination of language scholarship, regional focus and disciplinary skills, SOAS provides resources and knowledge to equip people for a global economy and a multicultural world.

Birkbeck, University of London
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Main campus: Malet Street, Bloomsbury
London, WC1B 3

020 7631 6316

Institute Of Education
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20 Bedford Way
London, WC1H 0AL

+44 (0) 20 7612 6136

Senate House, London
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Malet Street
London, WC1E 7

20-76368000

Senate House is the administrative centre of the University of London, situated in the heart of Bloomsbury, London between the School of Oriental and African Studies to the east, and the British Museum to the south. The Art Deco building was constructed between 1932 and 1937 as the first phase of a large uncompleted scheme designed for the University by Charles Holden. It consists of 19 floors and is 210ft high.Today the main building contains the University of London's Central Academic Bodies and activities, including the offices of the Vice-Chancellor of the University, the entire collection of the Senate House Library, and seven of the nine research institutes of the School of Advanced Study. During the Second World War, the building's use by the Ministry of Information inspired two noted English writers. Graham Greene's novel The Ministry of Fear (1943) and its film adaptation Ministry of Fear by Fritz Lang (1944) set in Bloomsbury. George Orwell's wife Eileen worked in Senate House for the Censorship Department of the Ministry of Information, and her experiences inspired the description of the Ministry of Truth in Orwell's 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.

SOAS Library
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Thornhaugh St, Russell Square
London, WC1H 0XG

020 7898 4163

SOAS Library
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Thornhaugh St, Russell Square
London, WC1H 0XG

020 7898 4163

Senate House Library
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Senate House Library, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8500

Senate House Library is a world-class academic research Library, located in Bloomsbury, Central London.

Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London
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Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square
London, WC1B 5DR

020 7862 5800

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) Alumni Association
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Alumni Office, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street
London, WC1E 7HT

+44 (0)20 7299 4774

Official YES Group
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Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, Coram Street
London, WC1N 1HT

Our vision is a world where everyone has access to a peer group that inspires them to grow and contribute. Go to www.yesgroup.org.uk to find out where your nearest YES Group is in the UK and world!

The Warburg Institute
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Woburn Square London WC1H 0AB, London
London, WC1H 0AB

0207 862 8949

The Warburg Institute is the premier institute in the world for the study of cultural history and the role of images in culture. It is dedicated to the history of ideas, the dissemination and transformations of images in society, and the relationship between images, art and their texts and subtexts, of all epochs and across the globe, concerning both memory and material culture. Founded by Aby Warburg in Hamburg at the end of the nineteenth century, the Warburg Institute and its famous library migrated under pressure from the Nazi regime in Germany to London in 1933. In 1944 the Institute was incorporated in the University of London and it moved into its purpose-built building in London’s Bloomsbury quarter in 1958. It attracts the greatest humanist scholars and philosophers – from Erwin Panofsky, Walter Benjamin, Ernst Gombrich, Edgar Wind, Francis Yates and Ernst Cassirer, and continues to attract Fellows and post-graduate students of the highest calibre. The Institute is thriving under the current Director and internationally renowned scholar David Freedberg. The Warburg Institute Library holds a collection of international importance in the humanities. Its 350,000 volumes make it the largest collection in the world focused on Renaissance studies and the history of the classical tradition. The unique classification system of the Library structures culture and expression under four categories: Image, Word, Orientation and Action. The detailed organisation of the Warburg Library makes inspired connections between different fields of endeavour and study. The open shelves lead readers to books which they might not otherwise find, while the unique arrangement of the sections aids intuitive connections. The Warburg Institute's Photographic Collection contains ca 350,000 photographs of sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries and other forms of imagery. The Collection was begun by Aby Warburg in the late 1880s, and includes tens of thousands of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs and slides, together with hundreds of thousands of images added since the Institute came to London in 1933. The collection is organised iconographically: photographs are ordered not by artist or by period, but by subject. This unique filing system helps users to:identify the subjects of obscure works; locate images whose artist is unknown; understand the frequency with which stories were depicted; analyse the relationship of images to textual sources; trace iconographic developments through time; test theories about the social functions of images. The Archive of the Institute preserves the working materials and papers of the Institute’s founder Aby M. Warburg (1866-1929) and of other distinguished scholars closely associated with the Institute from its days in Hamburg to the present, including the former directors Fritz Saxl (1890-1948) and Gertrud Bing (1892–1964), the cultural historian Dame Frances A. Yates (1899–1981), the historian of religion Robert Eisler (1882-1949) and the art historian Otto Kurz (1908-1975). In addition it contains papers relating to the following scholars: A.A. Barb (1901-1979; Leopold D. Ettlinger (1913-1989); Henri Frankfort (1897-1954); Sir Ernst H. Gombrich (1909-2001); Evelyn Jamison (1877-1972); Karl Ernst Krafft (1900-1949); Otto (1908-1975) and Hilde Kurz (1910-1981); Charles Mitchell (1912-1995); R.A.B. Mynors (1903-1989); Siegfried Seligmann (1870-1926); Walter Solmitz (1905-1962); Daniel P. Walker (1914-1985); Roberto Weiss (1906-1969) and the academic and administrative records of the Institute. The Warburg Institute Archive now also incorporates the working papers and private correspondence of E. H. Gombrich, consisting of some 10,000. catalogued items.

The Warburg Institute
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Woburn Square London WC1H 0AB, London
London, WC1H 0AB

0207 862 8949

The Warburg Institute is the premier institute in the world for the study of cultural history and the role of images in culture. It is dedicated to the history of ideas, the dissemination and transformations of images in society, and the relationship between images, art and their texts and subtexts, of all epochs and across the globe, concerning both memory and material culture. Founded by Aby Warburg in Hamburg at the end of the nineteenth century, the Warburg Institute and its famous library migrated under pressure from the Nazi regime in Germany to London in 1933. In 1944 the Institute was incorporated in the University of London and it moved into its purpose-built building in London’s Bloomsbury quarter in 1958. It attracts the greatest humanist scholars and philosophers – from Erwin Panofsky, Walter Benjamin, Ernst Gombrich, Edgar Wind, Francis Yates and Ernst Cassirer, and continues to attract Fellows and post-graduate students of the highest calibre. The Institute is thriving under the current Director and internationally renowned scholar David Freedberg. The Warburg Institute Library holds a collection of international importance in the humanities. Its 350,000 volumes make it the largest collection in the world focused on Renaissance studies and the history of the classical tradition. The unique classification system of the Library structures culture and expression under four categories: Image, Word, Orientation and Action. The detailed organisation of the Warburg Library makes inspired connections between different fields of endeavour and study. The open shelves lead readers to books which they might not otherwise find, while the unique arrangement of the sections aids intuitive connections. The Warburg Institute's Photographic Collection contains ca 350,000 photographs of sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries and other forms of imagery. The Collection was begun by Aby Warburg in the late 1880s, and includes tens of thousands of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs and slides, together with hundreds of thousands of images added since the Institute came to London in 1933. The collection is organised iconographically: photographs are ordered not by artist or by period, but by subject. This unique filing system helps users to:identify the subjects of obscure works; locate images whose artist is unknown; understand the frequency with which stories were depicted; analyse the relationship of images to textual sources; trace iconographic developments through time; test theories about the social functions of images. The Archive of the Institute preserves the working materials and papers of the Institute’s founder Aby M. Warburg (1866-1929) and of other distinguished scholars closely associated with the Institute from its days in Hamburg to the present, including the former directors Fritz Saxl (1890-1948) and Gertrud Bing (1892–1964), the cultural historian Dame Frances A. Yates (1899–1981), the historian of religion Robert Eisler (1882-1949) and the art historian Otto Kurz (1908-1975). In addition it contains papers relating to the following scholars: A.A. Barb (1901-1979; Leopold D. Ettlinger (1913-1989); Henri Frankfort (1897-1954); Sir Ernst H. Gombrich (1909-2001); Evelyn Jamison (1877-1972); Karl Ernst Krafft (1900-1949); Otto (1908-1975) and Hilde Kurz (1910-1981); Charles Mitchell (1912-1995); R.A.B. Mynors (1903-1989); Siegfried Seligmann (1870-1926); Walter Solmitz (1905-1962); Daniel P. Walker (1914-1985); Roberto Weiss (1906-1969) and the academic and administrative records of the Institute. The Warburg Institute Archive now also incorporates the working papers and private correspondence of E. H. Gombrich, consisting of some 10,000. catalogued items.

School of Advanced Study - University of London
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University of London, Senate House, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8653

The School of Advanced Study at the University of London brings together nine internationally renowned research institutes to form the UK's national centre for the support of researchers and the promotion of research in the humanities. We offer University of London MA, MRes, LLM, MPhil, and PhD degree programmes.

London School of Business and Management
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, WC1E 7JN

020 7078 8844

As a career orientated, professionally minded higher education institution, we are committed to providing students with a study environment that is both friendly and professional. We take great pride in being able to provide personal guidance, support, expert tuition and access to university facilities and resources.

London School of Business and Management
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, WC1E 7JN

020 7078 8844

As a career orientated, professionally minded higher education institution, we are committed to providing students with a study environment that is both friendly and professional. We take great pride in being able to provide personal guidance, support, expert tuition and access to university facilities and resources.

University of London Intercollegiate Halls of Residence
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Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HY

020 7862 8881

The University of London has five intercollegiate halls of residence available to full time students of the University: - College Hall (Malet Street, WC1); - Connaught Hall (Tavistock Square, WC1); - International Hall (Lansdowne Terrace, WC1); - Lillian Penson Hall (Talbot Square, W2); and - Nutford House (Brown Street, W1). In 2016, the completely rebuilt & refurbished Garden Halls will re-open with more than 1,000 student places in Cartwright Gardens, WC1. All the intercollegiate halls are primarily catered accommodation providing breakfast and dinner seven days a week, although most halls have a small number of self-catering flats and studio options available. In addition to the catered intercollegiate halls, our property management unit provides self-catering accommodation in flats at Clandon House (Finchley, N3). 21 self-catered flats are also available on Gower Street, WC1 for postgraduate students only. To be eligible for a place at an intercollegiate hall, you must be a registered, full-time student at one of the University's Colleges or Institutes. For getting to know people in your own intercollegiate hall, look out for the Facebook group that your Warden will have created just for residents in your hall this year.

School of Oriental and African Studies
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
London, WC1H 0XG

SOAS, University of London, is a public research university in London, England, and a constituent college of the University of London. Founded in 1916, it is regarded as one of the leading universities in Europe. SOAS has produced several heads of states, government ministers, diplomats, Supreme Court judges, a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and many other notable leaders around the world.Located in the heart of Bloomsbury in central London, SOAS is recognised as the leading institution for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East and is ranked amongst the top universities in Britain. It specialises in the humanities, languages and social sciences of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It is home to the SOAS School of Law. SOAS offers around 350 undergraduate bachelor's degree combinations, over 100 one-year master's degrees and PhD programmes in nearly every department.HistoryOriginsThe School of Oriental Studies was founded in 1916 at 2 Finsbury Circus, London, the then premises of the London Institution. The school received its royal charter on 5 June 1916 and admitted its first students on 18 January 1917. The school was formally inaugurated a month later on 23 February 1917 by King George V. Among those in attendance were Earl Curzon of Kedleston, formerly Viceroy of India, and other cabinet officials.

Slade Research Centre
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Woburn Sq, WC1H 0AB
London,

Joint Library of the Hellenic & Roman Societies / ICS Library
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3rd floor, Senate House, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8709

The Library is maintained jointly with the Societies for the Promotion of Hellenic and Roman Studies and in association with the Institute of Classical Studies (University of London). It contains over 130,000 volumes, 19,500 bound volumes of periodicals and has an international reputation as one of the world’s foremost Classics libraries.

Joint Library of the Hellenic & Roman Societies / ICS Library
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
3rd floor, Senate House, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8709

The Library is maintained jointly with the Societies for the Promotion of Hellenic and Roman Studies and in association with the Institute of Classical Studies (University of London). It contains over 130,000 volumes, 19,500 bound volumes of periodicals and has an international reputation as one of the world’s foremost Classics libraries.

AIFS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS
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Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, WC1E 7JN

AIFS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS
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Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, WC1E 7JN

Ucl Institute of the Americas
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51 Gordon Square, London
London, WC1H 0PN

020 7679 2000

Birkbeck Department of Philosophy
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30 Russell Square
London, WC1B 5DT

020 7631 6383/6385

This is the official Facebook page for the Department of Philosophy at Birkbeck, University of London. The page is administered by members of the Department. Please see our House Rules before posting (http://www.bbk.ac.uk/philosophy/prospective-students/house-rules.doc). We offer Philosophy courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level - please see our website for full information. We are one of the most distinguished centres of philosophy research in the United Kingdom. In the last Research Assessment Exercise, 100% of our research was classed as being internationally recognised and 60% as internationally excellent. Our teaching staff provide students with a philosophical education of the very highest academic quality: the department scored a maximum 24/24 in the last Teaching Quality Assessment (AQA).

Institute of Classical Studies
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
London, WC1E 7

020 7862 8700

Das Institute of Classical Studies ist eine Forschungseinrichtung auf dem Gebiet der Sprachen, Literaturen, Geschichte, Kunstgeschichte, der Archäologie und der Philosophie des griechischen und römischen Altertums und Teil der School of Advanced Study der Universität London.Das Institute of Classical Studies wurde 1953 vom Senat der Universität als Kooperation mit der Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies und der Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies gegründet. Zu den Mitbegründern zählt der Altphilologe und Klassische Archäologe T. B. L. Webster. Zum Institut gehört die Joint Library der beiden Societies und des Institute. Im Jahr 1958 wechselten das Institute und die Societies von ihrem anfänglichen Sitz in 50, Bedford Square in ein neues, eigens für sie errichtetes Gebäude, in 31–34, Gordon Square, gegenüber dem Warburg Institute, eine Adresse, die in Großbritannien als nationales Hauptquartier der Altertumswissenschaften galt. Im August 1997 zogen das Institute und die Societies erneut um, diesmal in das historische Gebäude des Senate House der Universität.Vom Institute of Classical Studies wird die Fachzeitschrift Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies herausgegeben.Direktoren des Institute Reginald Pepys Winnington-Ingram (1964–1967) Eric Handley (1967–1984) John Penrose Barron (1984–1991) Richard Sorabji (1991–1996) Michael J. Edwards (1996–2011) John A. North (2012–2014) Greg Woolf (seit 2015)

COBIS - Council of British International Schools
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55-56 Russell Square, Bloomsbury
London, WC1B 4HP

+44 203 826 7190

Representing over 400 member organisations, COBIS exists to serve, support and represent its member schools, their leaders, governors, staff and students by Representing member schools with the British Government, educational bodies, and the corporate sector Providing effective professional development for senior leaders, governors, teachers and support staff Facilitating, coordinating and supporting professional networking opportunities for British International schools Processing Disclosure Barring Service checks to promote child protection and safer recruitment and employment practices Providing access to information about trends and developments in UK education Facilitating mentoring and support programmes for Heads and school leaders Promoting career opportunities within the global COBIS network Brokering a cost-effective consultancy service between schools and approved educational support service providers

COBIS - Council of British International Schools
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55-56 Russell Square, Bloomsbury
London, WC1B 4HP

+44 203 826 7190

Representing over 400 member organisations, COBIS exists to serve, support and represent its member schools, their leaders, governors, staff and students by Representing member schools with the British Government, educational bodies, and the corporate sector Providing effective professional development for senior leaders, governors, teachers and support staff Facilitating, coordinating and supporting professional networking opportunities for British International schools Processing Disclosure Barring Service checks to promote child protection and safer recruitment and employment practices Providing access to information about trends and developments in UK education Facilitating mentoring and support programmes for Heads and school leaders Promoting career opportunities within the global COBIS network Brokering a cost-effective consultancy service between schools and approved educational support service providers

Educational Organization Near London Middle East Institute

SOAS University of London
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Thornhaugh Street
London, WC1H 0XG

+44 (0)20 7637 2388

SOAS University of London is the world's leading institution for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Through a unique combination of language scholarship, regional focus and disciplinary skills, SOAS provides resources and knowledge to equip people for a global economy and a multicultural world.

Middle Temple
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Middle Temple Lane
London, EC4Y 7

02074274800

The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, commonly known simply as Middle Temple, is one of the four Inns of Court exclusively entitled to call their members to the English Bar as barristers, the others being the Inner Temple, Gray's Inn and Lincoln's Inn. It is located in the wider Temple area of London, near the Royal Courts of Justice, and within the City of London.HistoryIn the 13th century, the Inns of Court originated as hostels and schools for student lawyers. The Middle Temple is the western part of "The Temple", the headquarters of the Knights Templar until they were dissolved in 1312. The Temple Church still stands as a "peculiar" (extra-diocesan) church of the Inner and Middle Temples.The Inns stopped being responsible for legal education in 1852, although they continue to provide training in areas such as advocacy and ethics for students, pupil barristers and newly qualified barristers. Most of the Inn is occupied by barristers' offices, known as chambers. One of the Middle Temple's main functions now is to provide education and support for new members to the profession. This is done through advocacy training, the provision of scholarships (over £1 million in 2011), subsidised accommodation both in the Temple and in Clapham, and by providing events where junior members may meet senior colleagues for help and advice.

Institute Of Education
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20 Bedford Way
London, WC1H 0AL

+44 (0) 20 7612 6136

Royal Society of Medicine
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE

+44 (0) 20 7290 2900

The RSM acquired the site on the corner of Wimpole Street and Henrietta Place in 1910. King George V and Queen Mary opened the final home of the Royal Society of Medicine at No.1 Wimpole Street in May 1912.

UCL Institute of Education
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20 Bedford Way
London, WC1H 0AL

+44 (0)20 7612 6000

The UCL Institute of Education is the education school of University College London . It specialises in postgraduate study and research in the field of education and is one of UCL's 11 constituent faculties. Prior to merging with UCL in 2014, it was a constituent college of the University of London. The IoE is ranked first in the world for education in the QS World University Rankings, and has been so every year since 2014.The IoE is the largest education research body in the United Kingdom, with over 700 research students in the doctoral school. It also has the largest portfolio of postgraduate programmes in education in the UK, with approximately 4,000 students taking Master's programmes, and a further 1,200 students on PGCE teacher-training courses. At any one time the IOE hosts over 100 research projects funded by Research Councils, government departments and other agencies.HistoryIn 1900, a report on the training of teachers, produced by the Higher Education Sub-Committee of the Technical Education Board of the London County Council, called for further provision for the training of teachers in London in universities. The TEB submitted a scheme to the Senate of the University of London for a new day training college which would train teachers of both sexes when most existing courses were taught in single sex colleges or departments. The principal of the proposed college was also to act as the Professor of the Theory, History and Practice of Education at the University. The new college was opened on 6 October 1902 as the London Day Training College under the administration of the LCC.

Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London
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Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square
London, WC1B 5DR

020 7862 5800

Wellcome Trust
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215 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BE

+44 (0)20 7611 8888

Wellcome exists to improve health for everyone by helping great ideas to thrive. We’re a global charitable organisation, both politically and financially independent. We support thousands of scientists and researchers, take on big problems, fuel imaginations and spark debate.

Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design
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16–17 Greek Street
London, W1D 4

0207 152 3435

Through education and inspiration, preparing the next generation for leadership in the fashion and design industries.

Institute of Ismaili Studies
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210 Euston Rd
London, NW1 2

+44 20 7756 2700

The Institute of Ismaili Studies is a research institute in London, United Kingdom. It aims to promote the study of Muslim cultures and societies, both historical and contemporary, in order to foster a greater understanding of their relationships with other societies and faiths. It also functions as a gathering point for the Ismaili community as it endeavors to understand its own history and thought, including the often neglected fields of esoteric Islam and Shi‘ism.The Institute draws upon the worldwide knowledge and experience of various institutions and scholars to create awareness through initiatives, publications, and partnerships in the field of Islamic Studies. Its library, which houses the largest-known accessible collection of Ismaili codices in the world, is a major resource in the field. In addition to its research, the IIS offers two graduate programmes: the Graduate Programme in Islamic Studies and Humanities and the Secondary Teacher Education Programme .Established in 1977 by the Aga Khan, it functions under his guidance and works closely with the Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations at the Aga Khan University.History and conceptualizationModern Ismaili StudiesModern Ismaili studies first began in the 1930s in South Asia, where collections of Ismaili manuscripts had been preserved within Ismaili communities and brought to the fore through the pioneering efforts of Wladimir Ivanow, Asaf Fyzee, Husayn al-Hamdani, and Zahid Ali. Much of this early work helped to dispel the writings of the nineteenth century orientalists, which were often defamatory albeit unintentionally, having drawn only on the sources of the Ismailis’ adversaries, while over-sensationalizing occidental accounts. Ivanow, in particular, played an important role in the creation of the Ismaili Society of Bombay, which was, in a sense, a precursor to the Institute.

ABRSM
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
24 Portland Place
London, W1B 1LU

+44 (0)20 7636 5400

ABRSM is the UK’s largest music education body, one of its largest music publishers and the world’s leading provider of music exams, offering assessments to more than 630,000 candidates in 93 countries every year. Our mission is to inspire achievement in music. In partnership with the Royal Schools of Music, we support high-quality music-making and learning around the world. We offer pathways and resources for learners and teachers that help build musical skills, provide goals and encourage progress.

GIA London
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104 Great Russell Street
London, WC1B 3LA

+44 207 813 4321

Education is provided Online and in our fully equipped classrooms in central London, from one day to six months. Further your professionalism and your career with GIA. GIA London is one of the network of campuses, laboratories and research centres that GIA operates internationally from its headquarters in Carlsbad, California.

National Union of Teachers
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Hamilton House, Mabledon Place
London, WC1H 9

020 7388 6191

Academy of Medical Sciences
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
41 Portland Place
London, W1B 1QH

0203 1413 200

Founded in 1998, the Academy of Medical Sciences is the independent body in the UK representing the diversity of medical science. Our elected Fellows – over 1000 – are central to our success. They are drawn from the fundamental biological sciences, clinical academic medicine, public and population health, health technology implementation, veterinary science, dentistry, medical and nursing care and other professions allied to medical science as well as the essential underpinning disciplines including mathematics, chemistry, physics, engineering, ethics, social science and the law. It is their knowledge, influence and networks that are the Academy’s most powerful assets. We are one of the UK’s five National Academies and work closely with them and our sister Academies overseas. We are also an integral part of the UK’s strong biomedical research community, working closely with funders, medical research charities, the NHS and the private sector. At its core the Academy is: •A champion for excellent research and researchers. •Independent, evidence-based and authoritative in its approach. •Proactive in identifying and responding to developments in health, society, science and policy. •Expert and accessible in the information we provide. •Committed to partnership and interdisciplinary engagement. Registered Charity No. 1070618 Registered Company No. 3520281

NUS HQ
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
4th Floor 184-192 Drummond Street
London, NW1 3HP

0207 380 6600

The Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
70 Margaret Street
London, TW11 0A

+44 (0)20 8614 0277

If you've a professional interest in direct, data and digital marketing then this is the place to come to share views, join a discussion and keep up to date with the latest IDM news, events, training courses, qualifications and best practices.

Edge of Arabia
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
5 SOUTHAMPTON PLACE
London, WC1A 2DA

+44 (0) 207 350 1336

As a social enterprise Edge of Arabia is committed to reaching new audiences and improving understanding through touring, non-commercial & free exhibitions, through publications, and through education programs targeting schools & universities. Following its launch in London in 2008, this grassroots initiative has travelled to Riyadh, Berlin, Istanbul, Dubai and most recently Venice, where it presented the first pan-Arab exhibition at the Venice Biennale 2011: The Future of a Promise. In 2012, Edge of Arabia will travel to Jeddah, London and Beirut before embarking on a tour of the US from 2013.

Coaching Evolution Int'l Academy
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71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden
London, WC2H 9JQ

+30 699 7110 132

The Coaching Evolution Academy for Coach Certification provides coaching programmes leading to the EMCC Practitioner Level and the ICF ACC or PCC credentials. Join our on-location and online programmes!

Pearson
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
190 High Holborn, London
London,

Edexcel Sciences includes Btec, GCSE, iGCSE, AL & iAL.

EducAid Sierra Leone
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Unit 6.06b, Gridiron Building, 1 Pancras Square
London, N1C 4AG

+44203 714 5107

EducAid is a UK registered charity that promotes and provides high quality, holistic education among the underprivileged and war affected young people of Sierra Leone. We believe that the education of young men and women is essential to: unlock human potential, overcome poverty, improve wellbeing, build democracy, and that it is the cornerstone of stable development. Aims & Objectives • To make education available to Sierra Leoneans who cannot afford it themselves. • To evolve programmes that provide strong, wise leadership and sustainability. • To encourage personal and societal responsibility for development • To work in partnership with local communities. • To foster an environment where spiritual and moral development is nurtured. • To create an environment where personal integrity is championed. • To engage with government partners on policy issues. • To contribute through advocacy for reform towards a more valued education system serving the genuine needs of 21st century Sierra Leone. • To provide food and shelter for those who cannot be educated without it. • To recruit, train and employ Sierra Leonean staff in all programmes. • To partner with other charitable organisations on specific educational projects. • To be financially efficient, transparent and accountable to donors and beneficiaries for all resources. • To spread awareness of development challenges in West Africa among its donors and contacts. • To spread awareness of the need for quality and suitable educational systems for all.

College of Emergency Medicine
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
5 Bream's Buildings
London, EC4A 1DT

+44 (0)20 7404 1999

Sing Up
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Bloomsbury House, 74-77 Great Russell Street
London, WC1B 3DA

020 7908 5148

IMA - London Branch
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De Morgan House, 57-58 Russell Square
London, WC1B 4HS

07530094944

The current committee is Chairman: Graham Eaton Vice Chair: Ahmer Wadee & Noel-Ann Bradshaw Secretary: Pencka Gancheva Treasurer: Tan Ho

The Voices Foundation
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
The Music Base, Kings Place, 90 York Way
London, N1 9AG

0207 5201430

Ezeelearn
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27, Gloucester Street,
London, WC1N 3AX

07577191316, 02036699642

Ezeelearn focuses on providing world-class education services through the application of cutting edge technology - our proprietary web enabled platform provides simultaneous use of multiple communication channels such as audio, video, text and whiteboard.

Educational Research Near London Middle East Institute

Senate House Library
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Senate House Library, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8500

Senate House Library is a world-class academic research Library, located in Bloomsbury, Central London.

UCL Bedford Way Building-Psychology Department
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26 Bedford Way
London, WC1H 0AP

Central House
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14 UPPER WOBURN PLACE
London,

Birkbeck Babylab
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Babylab, Centre for Brain and Cognitive development, Birkbeck College, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HX

+44 (0)20 7631 6258

Friends for Spanish
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Gidea Park
London, RM2 6JP

07442388141

Welcome to 'Friends For Spanish', a Spanish Language course and community for students of all ages. Hourly tuition fees per person locally or online via Skype/Google Hangouts. 1 Person: £20 2 People: £25 total 2+ People: £30 total Payment method: Paypal/Bank

Archaeology and Excavation all over the World
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
31-34 Gordon Square, Kings Cross, London
London, WC1H 0PY

Living in The Spirit
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Abbeywood
London, SE2 0JZ

0845 226 4315

Event Venue Near London Middle East Institute

New London Theatre
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166 Drury Lane
London, WC2B 5PW

The Hospital Club
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24 Endell Steet
London, WC2H 9HQ

+442071709100

We are a unique private members club in the heart of Covent Garden, London, for members of the creative industries. The seven storey building has an award-winning TV and Music Studio, a Gallery, Restaurant and Bars, a Screening Room, Hotel Rooms, and the Oak Room, a live performance space. The Hospital Club was founded by Paul Allen and Dave Stewart. The story goes that Paul and Dave were having a drink in Covent Garden one night when they spotted a boarded-up building, the former St Paul’s Hospital. They hatched a plan to revive the building and transform it into a hub of creativity – full of people, ideas, music and life – and in 2004, The Hospital Club was born. Now in its second decade, the Club has gone from strength to strength, with the creation of the new charitable h.Club Foundation, its commitment to sustainability, the h.Club 100 awards, the Club Art programme and much more.

Kingsway Hall Hotel
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
66 Great Queen Street
London, WC2B 5BX

0207 309 0909

Kingsway Hall Hotel is a four star deluxe hotel situated in the heart of London’s vibrant Covent Garden.We are only a stone’s throw away from Theatreland, the Royal Opera House, the British Museum and our convenient location offers easy access to the City. Each of our 170 spacious bedrooms is classically designed and offers all the comfort and high class facilities you would expect from a 4 star deluxe hotel. Whether you are here for business or pleasure, here at the Kingsway Hall Hotel we endeavour to make you feel at home away from home.

Shaftesbury Theatre
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cyberjaya
London, WC2H 8DP

The Shaftesbury Theatre is a West End Theatre, located on Shaftesbury Avenue, in the London Borough of Camden.HistoryThe theatre was designed for the brothers Walter and Frederick Melville by Bertie Crewe and opened on 26 December 1911 with a production of The Three Musketeers, as the New Prince's Theatre, becoming the Prince's Theatre in 1914. It had a capacity of 2,392 and a stage 31' 10" wide by 31' deep.The Prince's was the last theatre to be built in Shaftesbury Avenue, and is located near New Oxford Street, perhaps explaining the many gaps between performances in its early years. It had considerable success with an 18-week season of Gilbert and Sullivan operas, presented by the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, in 1919. These became a regular attraction at the theatre in the 1920s, interspersed with runs of theatre productions transferred from other venues. Basil Rathbone appeared at the Prince's Theatre in May 1933 when he played Julian Beauclerc in a revival of Diplomacy. The Rose of Persia was revived at the theatre in 1935. The D'Oyly Carte returned in 1942.The theatre was sold to EMI in 1962, and became the Shaftesbury Theatre the following year. Broadway productions that transferred to the theatre for long runs in the 1960s included Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1962)and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1963).

Camden Centre
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Judd St
London, WC1H 9JE

020 7974 5633

Ambassadors Bloomsbury Hotel
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
12 Upper Woburn Place
London, WC1H 0HX

+44 (0) 20 7693 5400

Ambassadors Bloomsbury is a leading independent hotel, providing comfortable accommodation, conference and exhibition facilities, meeting room space and the popular Number Twelve restaurant and bar. We are a first class wedding venue providing a personal arrangement service, and we are also offer excellent Christmas party experiences.

Logan Hall
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Institute of Education 20 Bedford Way
London, WC1H 9

20-76126401

The Bloomsbury Ballroom
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37-63 Bloomsbury Square
London, WC1B 4DA

+44(0) 207 242 0002

The Bloomsbury Ballroom is London's Opulent Art Deco Events space. Hosting Charity Galas, Awards Shows, Product Launches, Film Premiers, Christmas Parties & Fashion Events. Hosting dinners to 300 and with a late license available until 3am* and an 880 person standing capacity this is truly a unique gem. Located on Bloomsbury Square you are struck by the imposing Georgian Facade of the building before entering through the marble entrance hall and stairs before the 1920's glamour of The Crush Bar becomes the perfect reception space. Guests then enter the stunning Ballroom through our listed doors to be impressed by the space and glamour alike.

Westminster Kingsway College
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211 Gray's Inn Road
London, WC1X 8RA

0207 9634181

The official Westminster Kingsway College Facebook page! Get the latest news from central London's College here! Fan Comments, Images or Videos do not represent the views of Westminster Kingsway College. Offensive material and repetitive posts will be removed by the site Administrators. When sending us pictures, video or eyewitness accounts at no time should you endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or infringe any laws. For more information or to report any offensive material contact [email protected] For the most up to date and accurate information please visit the College website www.westking.ac.uk.

BMA House
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1 Tavistock Square
London, WC1H 9JP

+44 (0) 20 7874 7020

A stunning grade II listed building located in fashionable Bloomsbury. Available to hire for conferences, meetings, dinners, corporate parties and weddings! 25 event spaces including a courtyard and garden with capacities from 2 to 320 .

Friends House Hospitality
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Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BJ

020 7663 1100

We offer a selection of competitively priced rooms, ranging from small meeting rooms to our enormous conference halls. All rooms are well furnished and equipped and can be booked for various time spans. From its central London location opposite Euston Station the building is near hotels and guest houses to suit all budgets. Friends House is easily reached by all major rail, bus and tube services. As a Quaker concern, the facilities provided are both of high quality and honestly priced. The welcome is always warm and friendly. To find out more, follow us on our channels: ▶ Blog www.friendshouse.co.uk/news ▶ Twitter www.twitter.com/FH_hospitality ▶ Instagram www.instagram.com/fh_hospitality ▶ Google+ http://ow.ly/V4wIW

Victoria House Basement
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Bloomsbury Square
London, WC1B 5HP

0207 269 9750

Grosvenor Casinos
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61 Russell Square
London, WC1B 5JS

+44 020 7833 1881

Call 07702 442767 for Bookings and Enquiries This hidden gem, tucked away between the West End and the City, has invested in cutting-edge technology to give you an unbeatable gaming experience. Restaurant open from 7pm - 2am, parking available and there’s a dedicated smoking area. 61-66 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JS Tel: 020 7833 1881 Find us on Twitter.com/RussellCasino We're open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. KEEP IT FUN! It’s more fun if you play responsibly For help & information visit: www.keepitfun.rank.com NEED HELP? CALL GAMCARE FREE ON 0808 802 0133 You need to be 18 or over to join the casino and enter the bar. Valid ID is required, either a passport or drivers licence.

Oskar's Bar in Dabbous
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
39 Whitfield Street
London, W1T 2SF

0207 3231544

Shaw Theatre
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
100 - 110 Euston Road
London, NW1 2AJ

020 7666 9037

The Shaw Theatre is a theatre in Somers Town, in the London Borough of Camden. It is located near the Euston Road, beside the British Library, equidistant from King's Cross-St Pancras station and Euston station.St Pancras libraryBefore being refurbished in 1998, the Shaw Theatre originally opened its doors in 1971 as a purpose built theatre within the St Pancras library. The opening production was the show Zigger Zagger with a cast that included Barrie Rutter and Paula Wilcox. In 1972, Simon Ward and Sinéad Cusack appeared in Romeo and Juliet. Later in the same year Vanessa Redgrave, Nyree Dawn Porter and Windsor Davies starred in Twelfth Night. Other stars who appeared in the early days include Sir Ian McKellen, Mia Farrow, Julia McKenzie and Raymond Francis. The theatre hosted a series of Sunday nights at the Shaw, with many notable actors including Dame Judi Dench, Dame Flora Robson, Patricia Routledge and Michael Williams. It also hosted numerous productions by the National Youth Theatre.

Icetank Studio
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
5-7 Grape Street
London, WC2H 8DW

020 7240 4600

ICETANK is awash in light with high-end equipment and contemporary designer furnishings and fixtures. Its 2500 sq ft space spreads over two levels with 12 x 12ft door access into the main area of the studio. The interior space includes green screen facilities and is dominated by 25 x 12ft cyclorama - the largest in central London, ideal for shoots with unobstructed - infinite background. The studio has a purpose built luxury kitchen with a gigantic skylight and modern appliances throughout. A moderately large area on the ground floor is covered with specially designed plate-glass, which overlooks the basement studio and allows for shoots from below looking up. The studio boasts 20ft high ceiling throughout the ground floor and large wall-to-floor glass windows for ample natural lighting. This offers an uncompromising daylight that illuminates the entire space, ideal for both photography and film. There is also an acoustic glass in all windows for complete soundproofing with blackout electric blinds. Professional HD/AV equipment is installed with seating for live audience for film shows and product launches.

October Gallery
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
24 Old Gloucester Street
London, WC1N 3AL

02078311618

Founded in 1979, October Gallery was the first London gallery to exhibit innovative contemporary art from cultures around the world. It is a charitable trust which is supported by the sale of art, rental of event spaces and the active support of dedicated artists & friends around the world.

Senate House Events
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Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU

+44 (0)20 7862 8127

Senate House is ideally situated in London’s Bloomsbury area, close to historical attractions such as the British Museum and British Library. The nearby West End is teeming with theatres, restaurants, shops and hotels. Senate House has been an iconic presence on the capital’s skyline since 1936, but scratch the surface and you will find a thoroughly modern proposition. A three-year, multi-million pound refurbishment programme has preserved its most distinctive and appealing features while propelling it into the upper echelons of the international events marketplace. From its dazzling formal spaces to its more intimate meeting rooms, Senate House blends timeless elegance with leading-edge technology to bring gravitas or glamour to gatherings of all descriptions. Complemented by first-class catering and support services, the work of our event coordinators is focused on delivering memorable experiences, time and time again.

Cochrane Theatre
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Southampton Row
London, WC1B 4AP

020 7269 1600

Dragon Hall
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
17 Stukeley Street
London, WC2B 5LT

+44 (0) 20 7404 7274

Dragon Hall is a Tech Hub & community centre with a large hall and meeting rooms for hire on an hourly or daily basis. We offer a wide range of Technology, social, educational and recreational activities and events delivered in partnership with users & other Tech organisations, with a particular focus on those at risk from social exclusion and isolation including children and young people, older people, BME and disability groups. Our aim is to Bridge the Digital Divide

Cosy Kettle
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60 Chalton St, Somers Town
London, NW1 1HS

020 7387 7377

Jarrin Events Limited
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71 - 75 Shelton Street, Coven Garden
London, WC2H 9JQ

07508472290

'Jarrin Events Limited ' With over 14 years of experience within the Hospitality / Leisure sector.

MIC Hotel & Conference Centre, London Euston
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81 - 103 Euston Street
London, NW1 2EZ

020 7380 0001

Lion Court Conference Centre
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25 Procter Street
London, WC1V 6NY

+44 (0) 20 7067 1126

RADA Enterprises
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
RADA Enterprises Ltd, 18-22 Chenies Street,
London, WC1E 7PA

+44 (0)20 7908 4810

Part of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, RADA in Business teaches some of the techniques actors use to convey their message, while rooting them firmly in a business context. Our highly interactive training empowers people to communicate in effective ways that inform, inspire, and motivate while remaining true to one’s authentic self. Whoever your audience, RADA can help you become a more confident and compelling communicator.

The Kings Head Crouch End
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2 Crouch End Hill
London, N8 8AA

020 8340 1028

Enitharmon Press
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10 Bury Place
London, WC1A 2JL

02074300844

'William Blake dreamed up the original Enitharmon as one of his inspiriting, good, female daemons, and his own spirit as a poet-artist, printer-publisher still lives in the press that bears the name of his creation. Enitharmon is a rare and wonderful phenomenon, a press where books are shaped into artefacts of lovely handiwork as well as communicators of words and worlds. The writers and the artists published here over the last forty years represent a truly historic gathering of individuals with an original vision and an original voice, but the energy is not retrospective: it is growing and new ideas enrich the list year by year. Like an ecologist who manages to restock the meadows with a nearly vanished species of wild flower or brings a rare pair of birds back to found a colony, this publisher has dedicatedly and brilliantly made a success of that sharply endangered species, the independent press.' Marina Warner

Y14K World Wide Ent Ltd.
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71-75 Shelton Street
London, WC2H 9HQ

07944786981

Injected Event Ltd
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71-75 Shelton Street
London, WC2H 9JQ

02032 866 877

Publisher Near London Middle East Institute

BBC ARABIC NETWORK
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
BBC Arabic, Peel Wing, Broadcasting House, Portland Place
London, W1A 1AA

بي بي سي العربية هي شبكة لنقل الاخبار والمعلومات الى العالم العربي عبر عدة وسائط، تشمل الانترنت والراديو والتلفزيون والهواتف المحمولة. وتعد بي بي سي العربية أكبر وأقدم خدمة اعلامية تطلقها بي بي سي بلغة غير الإنجليزية ، وقد واصلت تطورها منذ انطلاقها في 3 يناير/ كانون الثاني عام 1938 حتى صارت في مقدمة المحطات الإعلامية في العالم. تبث بي بي سي العربية أخبارا غير متحيزة ودقيقة، ومعلومات مبنية على الخبرة و التحليل المعمق. وتضع بي بي سي العربية اهتمامات وحاجات المستمعين في بؤرة اهتماماتها. ولقد أثبتت استطلاعات الرأي المستقلة أن مستمعي بي بي سي يعتبرونها الأكثر مصداقية والأكثر نزاهة وموضوعية في العالم العربي إلى جانب سمعتها الراسخة في جودة الخدمة المقدمة، كما اكتسب موقع بي بي سي العربية على الأنترنت، والذي حصل على العديد من الجوائز، مستويات عالية من الثقة. منتديات الحوار تعمل بي بي سي العربية على إشراك مستمعيها ومشاهديها في برامجها التفاعلية، الامر الذي شجع على نقاش وحوار معمقين حول كثير من القضايا. وتهدف إلى توسيع أجندتها الأخبارية للمستمعين في المنطقة، وتشرك مشاهدين ومستمعين في برامجها بالسماح لهم بالنقاش والتعليق ومحاورة بعضهم البعض. فهي خدمة إخبارية يمكن للمستمعين والمشاهدين المشاركة الفعلية فيها مما يثري محتوى برامجها. تبث احدث أخبار بي بي سي الآن على الهواتف الجوالة وأجهزة الكمبيوتر المحمولة وغيرها من الأجهزة اللاسلكية. ويمكن الإشتراك في خدمة أخبار بي بي سي العربية العاجلة أيضا على الهاتف المحمول في البحرين ومصر والأردن والكويت وعمان وقطر والمملكة العربية السعودية والسودان ودولة الإمارات المتحدة. كما أن شركات الهاتف المحمول في العراق ومصر يعرضون نشرات إخبارية على الهاتف تدوم دقيقتين ويتم تحديثها كل نصف ساعة. قدرة واسعة على جمع الأخبار يكمن السر في تغطية البي بي سي لشؤون الشرق الأوسط في توفر شبكة واسعة من المراسلين المتميزين في العالم العربي. وبالرغم من أن إنتاج البرامج يتم في استوديوهات لندن والقاهرة، فإن بي بي سي العربية لها مراسلوها في أهم المواقع المحورية في المنطقة، وفي أهم العواصم العالمية. ورغم أن التغطية الإخبارية لقضايا العالم العربي تظل أمرا أساسيا، فإن بي بي سي تحرص على نقل وجهة النظر العالمية الأرحب لمستمعيها ومشاهديها في كل مكان. وتعتمد بي بي سي العربية على مصادر بي بي سي الواسعة في جمع الأخبار في سائر أنحاء العالم. ويمكن للمهتمين بتغطية البي بي سي الاخبارية الاعتماد على النقل الحي من عين المكان، والخبرة في التحليل المقدمة من 250 مراسلا على الأقل منتشرين في 72 مكتبا لبي بي سي في مختلف أنحاء العالم. كما يوجد مراسلون لبي بي سي العربية في الكثير من الدول خارج العالم العربي، منها فرنسا وألمانيا وإيطاليا وكندا والولايات المتحدة. زوار موقع بي بي سي العربية يزور موقع bbcarabic.com أكثر من 21 مليون شخص شهريا، إلى جانب نحو مليون ونصف المليون مستخدم منفرد للموقع. واوضحت التجارب ان الاقبال على زيارة موقع بي بي سي العربية يرتفع في اوقات الازمات والحروب، وغيرها من الاحداث الكبرى التي تؤثر على المنطقة، مثل الحرب في العراق في مارس/آذار 2003، والحرب بين حزب الله واسرائيل في 2006، والحرب في غزة في نهاية 2008 ومطلع 2009، والازمة التي اعقبت الانتخابات الايرانية في منتصف 2009. ويرجع هذا الى الثقة التي حاز عليها موقع بي بي سي العربية بين زواره، اذ انهم يبحثون في اوقات الازمات عن مصدر يثقون به للحصول على الاخبار والمعلومات، ويطمئنون الى حياديته في تغطية التطورات الهامة، فيتوجهون الى موقع بي بي سي العربية. مستمعو راديو بي بي سي العربية كما تعكس أعداد المستمعين المرتفعة لراديو بي بي سي العربية التقدير العالمي الذي تتمتع به، إذ يزيد عدد المستمعين إليه عن 13 مليون شخص اسبوعيا حسب استطلاعات الرأي المستقلة. ويشكل هؤلاء جزءا من 233 مليون شخص يستعملون واحدة أو أكثر من خدمات الأخبار العالمية للبي بي سي عبر التلفزيون أو الإذاعة أو الانترنت. وبين هؤلاء يستمع 183 مليون اسبوعيا الى الإذاعة العالمية باللغة الانجليزية "وورلد سيرفيس" (BBC World Service) ويشاهد 76 مليون قناة بي بي سي التلفزيونية باللغة الانجليزية "بي بي سي وورلد" ويطلع حوالي 12 مليون اسبوعيا على موقعها على الانترنت. ويذكر أن أعدادا كبيرة تستخدم أكثر من واسطة واحدة.

Dennis Publishing
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30 Cleveland St
London, W1T 4

020 7907 6000

Bloomsbury Publishing
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50 Bedford Square
London, WC1B 3DP

020 7631 5600

The Swedenborg Society
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20-21 Bloomsbury Way
London, WC1A 2

(020) 7405 7986

The Swedenborg Society
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20-21 Bloomsbury Way
London, WC1A 2

(020) 7405 7986

Which?
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
2 Marylebone Road
London, NW1 4DF

01992 822800

Autism, Asperger's and Related Conditions from Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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73 Collier Street
London, N1 9BE

+44 (0)20 7833 2307

Find us online: www.jkp.com - Blog: www.jkp.com/blog - Twitter: @JKPBooks

The Folio Society
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44 Eagle Street
London, WC1R 4FS

020 7400 4200

We currently have more than 400 titles in print: from the timeless philosophy of the Tao Tê Ching to the cosmic comedy of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy; from the searing history of Stalingrad to the whimsical delights of The Wind in the Willows. Each year we publish dozens of new titles, each one unique in its own way. Typography, paper, printing, binding and illustrations all play a role in creating the perfect edition. What’s more, many of our editions are enhanced by introductions written by leading novelists, journalists, academics, scientists and artists. All Folio books are exceptional, but with our growing range of limited editions, we achieve a level of craftsmanship and artistry second to none. The works we select to recreate as limited editions are landmarks in publishing and book creation - from The South Polar Times to Candide. Strictly limited, they are bound to order, numbered by hand and never repeated. Throughout its history, The Folio Society has resolutely maintained the very highest editorial and production standards. These are standards we continue to uphold - ensuring that each and every Folio edition is a keepsake to treasure for generations to come.

Schön! Magazine HQ
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Cornell Square
London, SW8 2ES

Faber Music
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74-77 Great Russell Street
London, WC1B 3DA

+44 20 7908 5310

Timeout London
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4th Floor, 125 Shaftesbury Avenue
London, WC2H 8

Enitharmon Press
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10 Bury Place
London, WC1A 2JL

02074300844

'William Blake dreamed up the original Enitharmon as one of his inspiriting, good, female daemons, and his own spirit as a poet-artist, printer-publisher still lives in the press that bears the name of his creation. Enitharmon is a rare and wonderful phenomenon, a press where books are shaped into artefacts of lovely handiwork as well as communicators of words and worlds. The writers and the artists published here over the last forty years represent a truly historic gathering of individuals with an original vision and an original voice, but the energy is not retrospective: it is growing and new ideas enrich the list year by year. Like an ecologist who manages to restock the meadows with a nearly vanished species of wild flower or brings a rare pair of birds back to found a colony, this publisher has dedicatedly and brilliantly made a success of that sharply endangered species, the independent press.' Marina Warner

Sanaa Music Group
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Office 10723, PO Box 6945
London, W1A 6US

0207 193 9764

Sanaa Music Group is a London-based Music Business Education and Music Consultancy & Publishing Firm (which houses the Sanaa Music Business Academy, otherwise known as SMBA). Launched in June 2016, SMBA runs quarterly courses in Practical Music Business Administration. Guest Speakers have included Grammy Award Winning Composer Fred Jerkins, MTV Music Editor Lindsay Wesker, MMF President and Mercury Music Prize Founder Jon "Webbo" Webster, amongst others. Sanaa Music Consultancy clients include 'The Voice UK' Contestant Joelle Moses. Sanaa Music Group is a division of Sanaa Group, Inc. A Private Limited Company Registered in England & Wales. Company Registration Number: 10235141

PARIAH PRESS
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
49 Dean St.
London, W1D 5BG

The sham of respectability and the acceptable signs of credibility remain the symptoms of demented habit. Who is your favourite football team, and which is your favourite oil company? All mirrors are distorted by hand and mouth, but what of the arse? Embedded within the machocosm of the monoculture of received thought and repetitive yearnings, my empirical cock. Why should not young men be mad? Woman take tenure of the World, tired its flailing and scavenging discourses. We all have sick on our shoes. Recusants to recanters; as we dine upon each other may the road sink to you. The coruscating bliss of a life’s feeble exegesis. Another dolt with a pen. Alter the verbs in Baudelaire… a Doherty Scam; in a smug-cosy coterie of fathomless bathos. Fame, Money, Ego and the Child Molester within. Send us a dreary ticket to Bedlam or the scenic route to oblivion; to keep a drowsy emperor asleep. Swaying above the sheer cliffs of artifice, buffeted by the warm wind of contrivance, you’re on the wrong bus! Alight at the almshouse, cite poverty of imagination. Upon the hope we live that there is room. The sweet, demented Harpy chorus of woe that we cannot rid, we shall encourage with our attentions herein. While our prophets contemplate the barbed walls of the high security ward, horses commit mass suicide from realisations far beyond the dreams of this wretched human zoo. Your indifference remains the greatest weapon of all. Put us in a taxi. Take us home. These four arms to hold you with, withered from misuse. Atrophy from beyond the abyssal minds of a cum flecked management horde; dallying upon this street of crocodiles we lie in wait. Everything will be all right. Your means can never justify our ends. The smell of almonds. Soft, loved, breath upon a hairy backside. Time, gentlemen please. Unthanks to our mums, and dads. All our codices are printed on the recycled paper of holy screeds from all faiths and enchantments. -------------------------------- https://vimeo.com/channels/pariahpresstv Forthcoming on Pariah Press... • VAPOURS by NATALIE CURTIS • • PUBLICATION DATE: TBC • Natalie Curtis' debut photo book coming soon... ♆ ✍

Crystal Diamond Publishing Ltd.
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Suite 34 New House 67-68 Hatton Garden
London, EC1N 8JY

07760559316

TXF Limited
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1-3 Brixton Road
London, SW9 6DE

0044 203 735 5180

Epreneur with Tehmina Zaman
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Suite 34, New House, 67-68 Hatton Garden
London, EC1N 8JY

Millaire Industries
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71-75, Shelton Street, Covent Garden
London, WC2H 9JQ

SP Publishers
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57 Poland Street
London, W1F 7NW

02074340235

Apostolos Publishing Ltd
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207 Regent Street, Fl 3rd
London, W1B 3HH

07741417230

Apostolos was formed when a group of academics became unhappy with traditional routes of getting their PhD research and other reference books to the attention of the reading public. In the first place, many publishing houses in the sector commission almost all their own work, meaning that it is extremely difficult for new authors to access their services. Also, because of limited market potential, the financing of volumes published in academic imprints is handled in different ways by publishers. One way is to pay the author no royalties, meaning that the author has no stake in the success of their book. Another common way is to charge very high retail prices - we have even met distinguished authors who could not afford copies of their own books! In addition, royalties in this sector can often be considerably less than the usual industry standard. Some small book publishers charge excessive upfront fees for a basic publishing package - offering little or no editorial or author support services for as much as £4,500! Larger publishing houses might offer free publishing to some, but most insist that the author employs expensive professional editorial services prior to submission. At Apostolos, we offer a complete publishing package which includes all the professional editing your manuscript needs, sometimes for a small fee. We give all our authors a generous royalty share for both print & ebooks. The RRP of published works is kept to a more reasonable level, with ebook versions offered at a substantially lower price than printed versions - meaning more students will be able to access your work. In addition, we have a worldwide distribution agreement with a global leader in print and digital media distribution. Your book will be available from all leading outlets (e.g. Amazon, iStore, Barnes & Noble), and will be advertised internationally.

Conscious Fiction
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Suite 34, New House, 67-68 Hatton Garden
London, EC1N 8JY

+447981575366

CONSCIOUS FICTION MISSION STATEMENT: “As WE have the ability to respond = Responsibility, it's up to us, the grown ups of the world, to guide both ourselves and the young ones towards self-empowerment for the sake of their sustainable health, and consequently the health of the planet.” Conscious Fiction creates Entertainment with Holistic Health at its core. Initially our main focus is on providing media for young adolescents. We have an upcoming book release targeted for 8-14 year olds all about an orphan star called "November Fox". It is a fantasy story intertwined with messages of positive self-development across the aspects of Mind, Heart, Body Soul & purpose. The story travels dimensions of consciousness and time. Here is the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vv7_pceqsg0 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/November-Fox/631047200243464 More about us… Conscious Fiction Interactive Mindful Media Nurturing Seeds of Sustainable Health. Right at the point where children begin to turn into young adults they begin to search for independence away from their parents. During their childhood up to this point, parents’ plant “consequence” seeds in the minds of their children, hoping they will grow up to making healthy choices. When the kids grow and independence is sought, at this early adolescent stage, nurturing of those seeds is vital. This is where we, Conscious Fiction, fit in. We help nurture the seeds parents have already planted. This age can be a turbulent time where emotions run strong and the body goes through rapid changes. We believe it is important to offer guidance without dictation. As like when a bird first learns to fly, the stretch of his or her wings should not be limited, yet some help as to which direction to fly is important to avoid excess damage from bad choices. That is why we create media as holistic health based frameworks and offer freedom within them. This way, children/young adults feel empowered and choose for themselves the healthy reality they desire. We believe habits formed at this age can last for a lifetime so its imperative they form healthy ones. Our vessel for this guidance and nurturing is meeting the young ones in a domain they are exceptionally conformable with, especially when you look at the exponential rise of technology dependence = Media & Entertainment! So that’s why I, Esther Bertram, the founder, have created Conscious Fiction, to help others help themselves. In summary, we create interactive media with concepts of holistic health at their core yet frame them within entertainment so they are attractive & easily digested. Our mission is to do our part of taking responsibility to ensure the sustainable health of the youth of today. Our vision is to assist as many young ones as possible to be the best versions of themselves they can be, consequently making the world a better place. Our most recent release is an online Holistic Health Game and Love compatibility test. It is based on my Theory of holistic health - The 5 Finger Theory. The Theory states: "Balance between the 5 departments of Mind, Heart, Body, Soul and Purpose, helps sustain internal equilibrium, consequently optimizing your energy flow so you have more to give your loved ones and the world" Play the game here: http://www.5fingertheory.com/

Wizworld Editions
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
207 Regent Street
London, W1B 3HH

Wizworld Editions
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
207 Regent Street
London, W1B 3HH

Education Near London Middle East Institute

SOAS Library
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Thornhaugh St, Russell Square
London, United Kingdom WC1H 0XG

020 7898 4163

School of Advanced Study - University of London
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University of London, Senate House, Malet Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8653

The School of Advanced Study at the University of London brings together nine internationally renowned research institutes to form the UK's national centre for the support of researchers and the promotion of research in the humanities. We offer University of London MA, MRes, LLM, MPhil, and PhD degree programmes.

Senate House Library
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Senate House Library, Malet Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8500

Senate House Library is a world-class academic research Library, located in Bloomsbury, Central London.

Joint Library of the Hellenic & Roman Societies / ICS Library
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3rd floor, Senate House, Malet Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7HU

020 7862 8709

The Library is maintained jointly with the Societies for the Promotion of Hellenic and Roman Studies and in association with the Institute of Classical Studies (University of London). It contains over 130,000 volumes, 19,500 bound volumes of periodicals and has an international reputation as one of the world’s foremost Classics libraries.

Birkbeck, University of London
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Main campus: Malet Street, Bloomsbury
London, United Kingdom WC1B 3

020 7631 6316

University of London Intercollegiate Halls of Residence
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Malet Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7HY

020 7862 8881

The University of London has five intercollegiate halls of residence available to full time students of the University: - College Hall (Malet Street, WC1); - Connaught Hall (Tavistock Square, WC1); - International Hall (Lansdowne Terrace, WC1); - Lillian Penson Hall (Talbot Square, W2); and - Nutford House (Brown Street, W1). In 2016, the completely rebuilt & refurbished Garden Halls will re-open with more than 1,000 student places in Cartwright Gardens, WC1. All the intercollegiate halls are primarily catered accommodation providing breakfast and dinner seven days a week, although most halls have a small number of self-catering flats and studio options available. In addition to the catered intercollegiate halls, our property management unit provides self-catering accommodation in flats at Clandon House (Finchley, N3). 21 self-catered flats are also available on Gower Street, WC1 for postgraduate students only. To be eligible for a place at an intercollegiate hall, you must be a registered, full-time student at one of the University's Colleges or Institutes. For getting to know people in your own intercollegiate hall, look out for the Facebook group that your Warden will have created just for residents in your hall this year.

AIFS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS
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Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7JN

COBIS - Council of British International Schools
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55-56 Russell Square, Bloomsbury
London, United Kingdom WC1B 4HP

+44 203 826 7190

Representing over 400 member organisations, COBIS exists to serve, support and represent its member schools, their leaders, governors, staff and students by Representing member schools with the British Government, educational bodies, and the corporate sector Providing effective professional development for senior leaders, governors, teachers and support staff Facilitating, coordinating and supporting professional networking opportunities for British International schools Processing Disclosure Barring Service checks to promote child protection and safer recruitment and employment practices Providing access to information about trends and developments in UK education Facilitating mentoring and support programmes for Heads and school leaders Promoting career opportunities within the global COBIS network Brokering a cost-effective consultancy service between schools and approved educational support service providers

London School of Business and Management
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Dilke House, 1 Malet Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7JN

020 7078 8844

As a career orientated, professionally minded higher education institution, we are committed to providing students with a study environment that is both friendly and professional. We take great pride in being able to provide personal guidance, support, expert tuition and access to university facilities and resources.

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) Alumni Association
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Alumni Office, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7HT

+44 (0)20 7299 4774

The Warburg Institute
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Woburn Square London WC1H 0AB, London
London, United Kingdom WC1H 0AB

0207 862 8949

The Warburg Institute is the premier institute in the world for the study of cultural history and the role of images in culture. It is dedicated to the history of ideas, the dissemination and transformations of images in society, and the relationship between images, art and their texts and subtexts, of all epochs and across the globe, concerning both memory and material culture. Founded by Aby Warburg in Hamburg at the end of the nineteenth century, the Warburg Institute and its famous library migrated under pressure from the Nazi regime in Germany to London in 1933. In 1944 the Institute was incorporated in the University of London and it moved into its purpose-built building in London’s Bloomsbury quarter in 1958. It attracts the greatest humanist scholars and philosophers – from Erwin Panofsky, Walter Benjamin, Ernst Gombrich, Edgar Wind, Francis Yates and Ernst Cassirer, and continues to attract Fellows and post-graduate students of the highest calibre. The Institute is thriving under the current Director and internationally renowned scholar David Freedberg. The Warburg Institute Library holds a collection of international importance in the humanities. Its 350,000 volumes make it the largest collection in the world focused on Renaissance studies and the history of the classical tradition. The unique classification system of the Library structures culture and expression under four categories: Image, Word, Orientation and Action. The detailed organisation of the Warburg Library makes inspired connections between different fields of endeavour and study. The open shelves lead readers to books which they might not otherwise find, while the unique arrangement of the sections aids intuitive connections. The Warburg Institute's Photographic Collection contains ca 350,000 photographs of sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries and other forms of imagery. The Collection was begun by Aby Warburg in the late 1880s, and includes tens of thousands of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs and slides, together with hundreds of thousands of images added since the Institute came to London in 1933. The collection is organised iconographically: photographs are ordered not by artist or by period, but by subject. This unique filing system helps users to:identify the subjects of obscure works; locate images whose artist is unknown; understand the frequency with which stories were depicted; analyse the relationship of images to textual sources; trace iconographic developments through time; test theories about the social functions of images. The Archive of the Institute preserves the working materials and papers of the Institute’s founder Aby M. Warburg (1866-1929) and of other distinguished scholars closely associated with the Institute from its days in Hamburg to the present, including the former directors Fritz Saxl (1890-1948) and Gertrud Bing (1892–1964), the cultural historian Dame Frances A. Yates (1899–1981), the historian of religion Robert Eisler (1882-1949) and the art historian Otto Kurz (1908-1975). In addition it contains papers relating to the following scholars: A.A. Barb (1901-1979; Leopold D. Ettlinger (1913-1989); Henri Frankfort (1897-1954); Sir Ernst H. Gombrich (1909-2001); Evelyn Jamison (1877-1972); Karl Ernst Krafft (1900-1949); Otto (1908-1975) and Hilde Kurz (1910-1981); Charles Mitchell (1912-1995); R.A.B. Mynors (1903-1989); Siegfried Seligmann (1870-1926); Walter Solmitz (1905-1962); Daniel P. Walker (1914-1985); Roberto Weiss (1906-1969) and the academic and administrative records of the Institute. The Warburg Institute Archive now also incorporates the working papers and private correspondence of E. H. Gombrich, consisting of some 10,000. catalogued items.

Thames Education Ltd
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New Premier House, 6th Floor, 150 Southampton Row,
London, United Kingdom WC1B 5AL

Is registered in the United Kingdom and is located in the City Of London, Holborn. The Company Motto is “To Serve You is Our Pride’’ and it is our primarily aim to promote the good quality and high standard of the UK education to the rest of the world.

Department of Politics, Birkbeck, University of London
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10 Gower Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E

0207 631 6780

The Department of Politics at Birkbeck, University of London is a leading centre of academic and research excellence. Our central London location contributes immeasurably to our research culture, as well as providing students with unparalleled access to world-class learning resources. We deliver an excellent range of politics courses at certificate, undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as offering expert supervision for the MPhil/PhD. Our teaching recognises no intellectual boundary between politics, political history, political theory and sociology, and our degrees transcend any artificial divisions. This particular combination of expertise and course has no equivalent in any other Department in the UK.

St Giles International
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154 Southampton Row
London, United Kingdom WC1B 5JX

+44 (0) 20 7837 0404

St Giles International is a group of English language schools with centres in the UK, USA, Canada and Brazil. We offer a variety of English courses for a wide age range - ask a question on our wall to find out more!

Fleming Society
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Roberts Building
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7JE

ACCENT London
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12 Bedford Square
London, United Kingdom WC1B 3JA

02076377518

The ACCENT London Study Center is located in the heart of Bloomsbury, a central London district rich in cultural heritage.

ECA UK
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7 Ridgmount Street
London, United Kingdom WC1E 7AE

+44 (0)20 7255 0576

Education Consultant Agency UK is an established educational consultancy and visa advisory service for international students and entrepreneurs. We can help you to find the right course, at the right institution, and make sure that you gain admission quickly and securely. Our expertise, knowledge and contacts will ensure that you achieve your ambitions, whether you choose to continue your education in the UK or elsewhere. We can assist with application and enrolments to all types of course, from short periods of language study, through to international foundation and pre-masters courses, and on to bachelors, masters and PhD degrees. For international students and entrepreneurs, ECA's immigration division, ECA Legal, will work together with you to ensure that all aspects of your education planning and business plan are integrated into your immigration case. This provides effective and professional handling of your case as a whole, while giving you the reassurance that suitably qualified and experienced advisors are addressing each part of your case.

Security and Crime Science at UCL
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35 Tavistock Square
London, United Kingdom WC1H 9EZ

New College of the Humanities
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19 Bedford Square
London, United Kingdom WC1B 3HH

020 7637 4550

The most personal, enriching and exciting learning experience in the humanities is also the most challenging. Close contact with the likes of Professor A C Grayling, Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Professor Rebecca Goldstein, Professor Sir Christopher Ricks and Dr Suzannah Lipscomb will demand nothing less than the quickest minds, minds that will be rewarded and nourished by smaller tuition groups, hundreds of contact hours and an inspiring location in the heart of cultural and academic London. More immersive degree programmes in Economics, English, History, Law, Philosophy, and Politics & International Relations, combine with complementary modules from another degree course or Art History, or Classical Studies, plus Applied Ethics, Logic & Critical Thinking, and Science Literacy. All of this runs alongside a three-year professional development programme.

Archaeology and Excavation all over the World
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31-34 Gordon Square, Kings Cross, London
London, United Kingdom WC1H 0PY