Studying Politics at university is all about asking questions regarding the political and social world around us and uncovering answers through independent and group research. The Sutton Trust programme will give a taste of what this is like by engaging participants in the type of questions addressed by first year undergraduates. As well as attending lectures and seminars given by academic staff, participants will develop some of the key skills necessary for undergraduate study by analysing significant texts, participating in debates and using a range of excellent resources to complete a research task. Students may also have the opportunity to attend tours and network with current lecturers and PhD students within the Department.
02 August 2020 - 07 August 2020
15 PROGRAMME PLACES
Must be taking at least one Humanities or Social Science subject at A level, or equivalent, 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.
Please note this does not currently include Government and Politics at A level.