Applications for this year's Humanities residential are now open!
This residential will cover a broad range of humanities subjects – English Literature, History, Modern and Medieval Languages, HSPS, History of Art, Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, Theology, Philosophy, Classics, and Architecture. Whether you’ve already decided what to study at university, or you haven’t yet made up your mind, this residential will give you the chance to explore your interests, and try new subjects you might not be familiar with. The programme will run from 4th April until 6th April, during which time you’ll attend lectures and classes, taught by Cambridge academics, in a wide variety of different subjects.
Sample academic sessions:
-Theology: Why Christians Don’t Believe in Family Values -English Literature: Practical Criticism in English Literature -History of Art: The Power of Display and the Origins of Art
-HSPS: The Rise of the Unexpected – Why Politics has the Tendency to Surprise
-Russian: Learn the Russian alphabet – learning a new language at university
You’ll get the chance to meet current fellows and undergraduates, and gain a fantastic insight into what it’s like to study at Trinity. Our humanities residential is well-established, and many of the students who attend go on to study these subjects at top universities, including Cambridge. Attendees will also have the chance to explore the city of Cambridge, and take part in a range of social activities. The residential is free of charge, including accommodation and food costs and there are funds available to cover travel expenses to and from Cambridge.
For more information and how to apply visit out website.