A-Level students tackle philosophical questions at Reading University.
A-Level students visited Reading University on the 27th February to gain a deeper understanding on Philosophy. They had two seminars on philosophy, including hedonism and utilitarianism, followed by a discussion with current students at the University and a campus tour. They met students from different courses as well as from the philosophy lectures. They ended the day discussing some controversial questions about what is the right course of action in different situations.
“It was really interesting to discuss what actually makes something right or wrong.” Murium, Year 12.
“It was really good to see how accommodating universities can be to everyone’s unique requirements.” Zahra, Year 13.
“It was a good insight into the life of a university student studying philosophy.” MR Sheriff-Vickers RMS teacher.