International Relations – Oxford

International Relations – Oxford summer course in Oxford, by Summer Boarding Courses.

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Course Summary

Summer Boarding Courses’ International Relations programmes challenge students to think about key global issues that shape today’s political world. Our International Relations students analyse real-life political models and learn about key contemporary issues that influence modern diplomatic relations. Through the study of contemporary and historical case studies, students are also encouraged to develop key research and debating skills.
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  • Price: £5,995
  • Ages: 16-17
  • English Level: B1+ (Intermediate and above)
  • Course Length: 2 weeks
  • Starting Dates: 30th June, 14th July & 28th July 2024
  • Maximum Class Size: 15
  • Language Support: Included
  • Academic Content: 25 Hours Per Week
  • Location: University of Oxford
Tuition

At SBC, we go beyond the curriculum, believing in learning by doing. Our students are actively encouraged and challenged to utilise new skills in an environment which is nurturing and supportive.

By combining the university learning format of lectures and workshops, students have the chance to engage with theoretical principles as well as developing the soft skills required outside of the classroom. We put theory into practice by facilitating new opportunities to inherit key skills such as critical thinking, leadership, communication and teamwork – mirroring what is practised everyday in a professional work setting.

Key Details
  • Available from: June - August
  • Provider: Summer Boarding Courses
  • Ages: 15-17
  • Fees: £5,995.00 / 2 Weeks
  • Duration: 2 Weeks
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Taking place across three different Oxford campuses, SBC Oxford College gives students the chance to improve their English skills by studying one of the six subjects on offer.

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