University of Cambridge
Philosophy, Theology, and Religious Studies together celebrate a shared history, engaging with questions relating to human flourishing and the common good - what it means to live ethically, and how to understand God's existence and being. This Sutton Trust Summer School focusses on key philosophical and theological questions, giving you a chance to hear cutting-edge ideas and engage in meaningful discussions with academics, graduate and undergraduate students from the Faculties of Divinity and Philosophy. Students find the course really rewarding.
One attendee said: “I really enjoyed the constant debates we had within the sessions, and that it was so interactive and engaging”, while another said “I loved the supervision; it was the most intimidating, prickly heat inducing thing but I really appreciate how intensely I was made to challenge and develop my ideas and I can see how after just a few supervisions a student would really grow.”
14 August 2023 - 18 August 2023
13 PROGRAMME PLACES
No additional academic requirements.
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