About the Immerse Philosophy Summer School.
Did you know that Philosophy is an academic subject that is rarely taught in typical high schools? However, Philosophy is one of the fastest-growing subject fields and, through the teaching of logic and reason it can be used to help describe the world we live in. Our Philosophy summer course will allow you to dive into the world of Philosophy, through the expert teaching of moral philosophy, metaphysics and more. Interested in Philosophy and how it helps humans wrap their head around problems using logic and reason, then look no further than the Philosophy summer school!
You will reside in historic and prestigious leading university locations, and will be able to explore the amazing surroundings with your new-found friends from all over the world! Not only that, by learning directly in small groups from Philosophy tutors who are experts in their field, and through gaining inspiration from your surroundings, you will leave confident in your academic future in Philosophy. You may already be thinking about your career path, and the Philosophy summer course you will learn what this exciting field has in offer for you.
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Cambridge Philosophy Summer School for 16-18 year olds
Our Philosophy Summer School for motivated high school students aged 16-18, will provide you with an amazing insight into the world of university-level Philosophy. The Philosophy summer course is an inspirational interactive and project-based course, where you follow in the footsteps as famous academics as you live and learn in central Cambridge University colleges. You will dive into the world of Philosophy through the expert teaching of famous philosophers and their thinking.View Details
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Interested in following in the footsteps of famous philosophers from Cambridge University such as Desiderius Erasmus and Francis Bacon? By living in the same Cambridge University Colleges that eminent philosophers attended, and learning from your expert tutors from world-class universities, you will leave motivated and able to apply the theories you have learned on your summer course.
If you’re an aspiring philosopher, and are looking to further your knowledge in this fascinating field, then look no further than studying a Philosophy summer course right here in Cambridge.
Our Philosophy TutorsOur Philosophy tutors are passionate about how the philosophical field has developed and are at the forefront of modern Philosophy practice and thinking. Gain the thought-skills and experience you need to excel with a unique, unparalleled learning experience. Each week, you’ll be able to collaborate with leading academics mirroring the teaching method of the iconic, world-renowned and most respected educational establishments in the UK. As current and past alumni of top universities, they’re highly specialised, recognised and knowledgeable in their chosen fields and can transfer their academic wisdom to you through interactive learning, independent study, seminars, and tutorials, depending on your age group.
OUR PHILOSOPHY TUTORS
After a Masters in Ancient Philosophy and a teaching qualification in Classics, Chris taught Greek and Latin in secondary schools and Comparative Literature at university. For several years, he also edited classical texts for Garnier-Flammarion Publishing Company, which eventually led him to a question he has always had in his mind: what is knowledge; how should we transmit it? In addition to these professional experiences, Chris has been a constant reader of Plato since his early adulthood, and has just submitted a PhD thesis on Plato at the University of Cambridge. His dissertation explored the original models of knowledge, learning and teaching displayed by Plato in one of his dialogues — the Symposium. He managed thereby to build a bridge between the two main topics he had been exploring separately thus far: Plato and education. Chris is currently teaching Philosophy and Ancient Greek language in the departments of Philosophy and Classics at Cambridge.