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Aberystwyth University Online Open Day

Aberystwyth University would like to invite students to join them at the Online Open Day on November 25th. Students will have the chance to…

  • Find out why Aberystwyth University consistently tops the UK rankings for Teaching Quality and Student Satisfaction
  • Chat live with lecturers about the degree subjects they are interested in
  • Find out about the International Accommodation Award (equivalent to £3,700 scholarship per year)
  • Experience facilities through their Virtual Tour
  • Speak to current students
  • Watch presentations on how to apply; accommodation; fees; scholarships and visas
  • Chat directly to the International Team
  • Find out about English Language Requirements, Pre-sessional English courses and our International Foundation Certificate

 

There are two Online Open Day sessions running on the 25th:
– 10:00-12:00 GMT
– 18:00-20:00 GMT

 

Students can register for one or both of these sessions now by clicking the link below. Watch Aberystwyth University YouTube video for more of an idea on what to expect.

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NCH London Essay Competition 2021

Enter the NCH Essay Competition. NCH is inviting competition essay entries from students who are currently in their penultimate year of secondary education (Y12 equivalent in England). Selection of essay titles engages across a broad range of humanities and social sciences topics and welcome entries from students located anywhere in the world.

How to enter:

1. Register for the competition – After registering you will be emailed more information

2. Choose one of the essay titles

3. Write your 1,500-word essay

4. Submit your essay via our online form (URL will be emailed to you after you register) by 12:00 pm (Midday) Monday February 1st 2021

Choose your essay title:

Art History: Should the West return cultural artefacts to their former colonial territories?

Creative Writing: It is 2120. There is no longer any such thing as poetry, or poets. What happened?

Data Science: What is the importance of ethics in data science?

Economics: How relevant is economics during a pandemic and in what way might economists make things better?

English: Is literature always a force for good?

History: Will the Covid-19 pandemic change human history?

Law: When, if ever, should one be criminally liable for infecting another person with a disease?

Philosophy: Should robots have rights? Why or why not?

Politics and International Relations: Is democracy experiencing a setback worldwide?

Psychology: Discuss the sources of mental health issues in the modern world

Prizes:

The following prizes will be awarded for each subject:

First place – £1000

Second place – £500

Third place – £250