NCH is an independent university-level college based in the heart of London where quick mind meets the inspiration they deserve.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.


  • Simon Blackburn on "Can there be a Science to Human Nature?"

    21/01/2015 Duración: 01h34min

    NCH Open Lecture with Simon Blackburn on "Can there be a Science to Human Nature?" as part of his professorial lectures for the philosophy module of the NCH diploma. If you're interested in a degree in the humanities with lectures from world-class academics at our home in London, then you can find out more on our website.

  • Peter Maber.WAV

    25/11/2014 Duración: 11min

    Peter Maber.WAV by New College of the Humanities

  • Paul Lichtenstern.WAV

    25/11/2014 Duración: 16min

    Paul Lichtenstern.WAV by New College of the Humanities

  • Lord Baker

    29/07/2014 Duración: 37min

    Lord Baker by New College of the Humanities

  • Excerpt From David Cannadine's Lecture on the Modern Monarchy

    08/07/2014 Duración: 03min

    A segment of Professor David Cannadine's Lecture on the problems and benefits of the modern Monarchy. NCH students attend these open lectures as a constituent part of their unique liberal arts education.

  • Daniel Dennett Interview

    07/07/2014 Duración: 02min

    Professor Daniel C Dennett speaks on how New College of the Humanities provided the impetus for his lecture on the evolution of the Humanities. The interview also discusses life as a Visiting Professor at NCH.

  • Simon Blackburn Interview

    07/07/2014 Duración: 01min

    As Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Simon Blackburn briefly chats about the experience of lecturing at New College of the Humanities. Talking about 'Truth, Beauty & Goodness' Blackburn discusses why he chose the topic and what it means to be a lecturer at NCH.

  • Stephen Pinker Interview

    07/07/2014 Duración: 01min

    Professor Stephen Pinker is interviewed before giving his lecture at New College of the Humanities. Talking about the human brain, Pinker, a member of the Visiting Professoriate at NCH, relays his thoughts about NCH, the undergraduate environment, and why he decided to lecture on the human brain.

  • Sir Trevor Nunn Interview

    07/07/2014 Duración: 02min

    Talking from the perspective of a theatre practitioner, Sir Trevor Nunn, a member of the Visiting Professoriate at New College of the Humanities, discusses how his lecture with the students went. Due to producing 30/37 of Shakespeare's plays, Nunn comments that Hamlet took up the majority of the discussion outlining how the rigorously academic and interactive session flowed. This interactive proximity to world-class academics is central to the Humanities education that is cherished at NCH.

  • Lawrence Krauss Interview

    07/07/2014 Duración: 55s

    Professor Lawrence Krauss reveals his first impressions of NCH talking about what prompted him to begin teaching at the Registry. The conversation also moves onto his lecture which followed this interview. The one to one contact with academics such as Lawrence Krauss is a key facet of the broad, liberal arts curriculum which is held so dear at NCH.

  • Sir Christopher Ricks Interview

    07/07/2014 Duración: 42s

    Professor Sir Christopher Ricks talks before his lecture about his chosen work: William Shakespeare's play 'Measure for Measure'. Ricks discusses why he chose this comedy, the significance of the play and on the pleasure of speaking at New College of the Humanities.