Philosophy, Politics and Economics

An inter-disciplinary course which combines inspiring and challenging study from three subjects.

Participation can be acknowledged under Preparation for HE on your UCAS application form.

Course objectives:
  • To develop the ability to think critically and to reason analytically and logically.

  • To consider the political institutions and structures that govern society.
  • To develop an appreciation of the importance of economics and the economy in understanding government policy and decision making.
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Course dates
30 September 2019
Course format
  • Students will be encouraged to actively participate in the course through group discussions, presentations, debates and workshop activities. Some prior reading and preparation will be required.

  • There will also be a guest speaker and a visit.
Tutors
We are in the process of appointing tutors for this course.
Costs
With thanks to our supporters, the costs of our courses are subsidized. The price of £325 includes accommodation, tutoring, trips and all meals. 

Students at fee paying schools will need to pay the full cost of £739.
Student feedback

 "The course gave me an insight into the structure of university, helping me to solidify that that is what I truly wanted to do. It also helped inspire me with different ways in which to learn, which helped me through my A levels." 
Reference
20S003
Applications closing date
12 July 2019

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