Philosophy is a broad subject that permeates many fields across the humanities and social sciences, something secondary school students do not always have the opportunity to appreciate. The Immerse Philosophy summer school course in Cambridge allows participants to gain an insight into what the study of Philosophy at university level entails: from the introduction of new material, to writing good essays, to forming and defending an argument.
For many secondary school students, the study of Philosophy at university is new and potentially daunting. Through Immerse Education’s Philosophy summer programme, designed and taught by experts from the world’s leading universities, participants will not only be introduced to key themes and areas of philosophical discussion but also to the theories of famous philosophers who have contributed to such debates. In addition, regardless of the extent of participants’ past experience studying philosophy, the small class sizes on our philosophy summer programme will ensure they will be both challenged and supported in carefully planned classes that encourage tutor-student engagement and debate.