PPE is one of the most famous study subjects in Oxford and also Cambridge. PPE stands for the combination of the study subjects of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. Many well-known politicians, such as the Prime Minister of Great Britain, David Cameron, have been studying PPE in Oxford and learned how these subjects are interconnected.
Is it your dream to become an astronaut, a chemist or to find a cure for cancer? Then you should consider studying Physics, Biology, Chemistry, or Medicine. As part of our Natural Science Academy we will introduce all such university subjects to you and will share with you how they are taught in Oxford and Cambridge. You will learn how such subjects and the discoveries of scientists…
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International Organisations are getting more and more important. Our world is becoming ‘smaller’ due to the close political, business and economic ties between countries. In such a globalised world, cooperation through International Organisations such as the United Nations, NATO, African Union, Association of South-East Asian Nations, European Union and the North-American Free Trade Area is very crucial.
Businesses are moving the world. Good ideas are creating outstanding companies such as Facebook, Apple, Samsung, Adidas, Mercedes, Google and Sony. And products and services such as iPhone, Amazon.com, YouTube or any good airline are changing our personal lives. But how is it possible to realise such ideas, create such companies, products, services, and brands?
British Literature is world famous. Names of British writers such as William Shakespeare, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Dickens, or Virginia Woolf and works such as ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘The Merchant of Venice’ and books such as ‘The Hobbit’, ‘Oliver Twist’, or ‘Mrs Dalloway’ are well known. Also today’s world literature is very much British.