|Dates:||26 June 2019|
|What is it:||Activity|
|Organiser:||Student Recruitment and Widening Participation Team|
Get a better insight into what studying Philosophy at the University of Manchester would be like. Discover days are ideal for year 12 students or anybody considering applying to University through UCAS.
When studying for a degree in philosophy, students don’t simply learn about philosophical questions and how philosophers have attempted to answer them. Instead, the focus is on doing philosophy for oneself: thinking through the questions, analysing and criticising existing answers, and trying to think of new answers – and indeed new questions. Students learn how to argue carefully and persuasively, without ignoring other people’s views for no good reason and without relying on the kind of rhetoric we find in the media and in politics.
Throughout the day, visiting students will see how philosophy creates graduates with highly developed language and communication skills and exceptional critical and analytical skills. Most importantly, it creates people who can think carefully and creatively for themselves.
Using the link provided you can register and be added to our email distribution list for Post 16 students who wish to receive updates on our Discover Days for the 2018/19 Academic Year. Recipients of these emails will be advised which Discover Days are taking place and when; and how to sign up to attend.
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