During the summer school students will explore a range of topics across both Philosophy and Theology and Religion, showing where common ground leads to fascinating connections and also giving you a flavour of what is more distinctive about the two kinds of academic department. With an emphasis on exploration and open discussion, the sessions will help develop skills in critical thinking, analysis of controversial issues, and engaging with a range of perspectives and source materials. Students will also have the opportunity to network with current lecturers and PhD students within the Department.
30 July 2023 - 04 August 2023
20 PROGRAMME PLACES
There are no subject specific requirements for Philosophy. For Theology & Religion, you need to take at least one social science or humanities subject at A-Level. This includes:
Ancient History, Anthropology, Business, Business Studies, Classical Civilisation, Classical Greek, Classical Studies, Economics, Economics and Business, English Language, English Language and Literature, English Literature, Geography, History, Languages (any), Music, Philosophy, Politics, Religious Studies, and Sociology.
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