18-19 CE1701: Contemporary Britain: Government and Citizenship

Contemporary Britain courses are designed for visiting students and pitched at first year undergraduate level. The courses aim to introduce these students to a range of issues and concepts relevant to contemporary British society by examining important social, cultural and political themes in recent British history.

At the same time students who have not studied at a university in the UK before have an opportunity to develop the academic study skills relevant to study in either the Arts or in the Social Sciences.

18-19 CE1702: Contemporary Britain: Society and Institutions

Contemporary Britain courses are designed for visiting students and pitched at first year undergraduate level. The courses aim to introduce these students to a range of issues and concepts relevant to contemporary British society by examining important social, cultural and political themes in recent British history.

At the same time students who have not studied at a university in the UK before have an opportunity to develop the academic study skills relevant to study in either the Arts or in the Social Sciences.

18-19 CE1751: Contemporary Britain: Class, Power and Social Change in the Arts

Contemporary Britain courses are designed for visiting students and pitched at first year undergraduate level. The courses aim to introduce these students to a range of issues and concepts relevant to contemporary British society by examining important social, cultural and political themes in recent British history.

At the same time students who have not studied at a university in the UK before have an opportunity to develop the academic study skills relevant to study in either the Arts or in the Social Sciences.

18-19 CE1752: Contemporary Britain: Feminism and Multiculturalism

Contemporary Britain courses are designed for visiting students and pitched at first year undergraduate level. The courses aim to introduce these students to a range of issues and concepts relevant to contemporary British society by examining important social, cultural and political themes in recent British history.

At the same time students who have not studied at a university in the UK before have an opportunity to develop the academic study skills relevant to study in either the Arts or in the Social Sciences.

18-19 CE4107: Independent Research Project

This course begins by introducing principles of academic research in a practical way and guides students closely to help them form research questions relevant to their chosen field of study. It supports students in narrowing their field of focus, identifying a research gap, formulating questions, developing a methodology to conduct original research, and answering their research questions. Through a multi-disciplinary approach, students will be taught to identify and use features of dissertation writing generic to their chosen academic field.