Free lectures in London



London is one of the most popular destinations when it comes to education. It is no surprise that people who either live in the capital or adopted it as a hometown are thirsty for knowledge.lecture

Many UK universities open their doors to the public and offer free lectures on a weekly basis. For students considering starting a degree, attending a lecture on their topic of interest is the perfect opportunity find out if your choice of course is the most appropriate for you. These lectures often fill up ahead of time so don’t forget to reserve your spot!

Wellcome Collection (Link)

Not only does the Wellcome Collection have some of the best exhibitions in London, transforming science into art, they also hold some of the most intriguing lectures on what makes us humans. Talks cover various topics such as how different cultures deal with death, and how conscience is formed in the human brain.

London School of Economics (Link)

Everyone is welcome to attend LSE’s public events, where some of the most influential figures in the social sciences can be heard. Topics covered include science, health, law, culture, history, politics and religion and podcasts are also available the following day.

Royal Society (Link)

The origins of The Royal Society date back from the mid-1640s, where philosophers started meeting to discuss and promote knowledge of the natural world through observation and experiment. Today, their work covers areas including diversity in science, public engagement, education, and working with industry. Their events webpage covers multiple venues so make sure you check the lectures in London.

University College London (Link)

If you are in Central London between 1pm and 2pm, UCL organises its Lunch Hour Lecture series. On a first-come-first-served basis, everyone is invited to bring their own lunch and learn more about research taking place at UCL. Lectures can be also found on their YouTube channel or downloaded as a podcast.

King’s College London (Link)

King’s College London offers more than just a free lecture, with some events such as exhibitions, performances and workshops lasting up to a month.

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