Summer Law School Part 1 – Criminal and Family Law (In-Person)

Woburn House Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, United Kingdom

This part of the Summer Law School will cover Criminal Law and Family Law, allowing students to critically engage with legal issues and gain valuable skills needed for a legal career. This course will include a mock crown court trial. In-person course at Woburn House in London.

History Summer School (In-Person)

Woburn House Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, United Kingdom

The History Summer School offers a comprehensive introduction into the skills needed for undergraduate study, including questions of intellectual history and historiography. In-person at Woburn House, Central London.

Young Doctors Summer School (In-Person)

Woburn House Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, United Kingdom

An accessible introduction to the world of medicine for students aged 11-14, structured so that more academic sessions are interspersed with fun and enjoyable activities which are designed to test and apply the theoretical knowledge gained.

Young Writers Summer School (In-Person)

Woburn House Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, United Kingdom

This event offers students aged 11-14 the chance to explore and practise diverse types of writing while making new friends and having lots of fun.

Summer Law School Part 2 – Civil & Corporate Law (In-Person)

Online Event , United Kingdom

This part of the Summer Law School covers civil law, allowing students to engage with legal theory and then put this knowledge into practice through lively discussions and problem questions, as well as a mock county court trial. In-person course at Woburn House in London.

£180

Philosophy Summer School (In-Person)

Woburn House Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, United Kingdom

The Philosophy Summer School will tackle some of the really big questions. We will engage in lively seminar discussions, close textual analysis and exegesis (critical explanation and interpretation of a text), use thought experiments to isolate philosophical intuitions and ideas, and explore our own and others attempted solutions to philosophical problems.

International Relations Summer School (In-Person)

Woburn House Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London, United Kingdom

International Relations scholars strive to understand, and offer explanations for, the actions of states and international institutions and the relationships between them. This five-day course will include core theory, detailed case studies, and lots of exercises and debates to put your knowledge into practice.