Study Social sciences in the UK
Study Social sciences in the UK – The term Liberal Arts has a Latin origin and refers to the seven subjects which were traditionally thought to be essential to the education of a free man.
This programme (Study Social sciences in the UK) was designed for students interested in humanities, social sciences, philosophy, literature, law and politics.
Studying the humanities, social sciences and law is an excellent way of investing in your own skills. These courses will teach you how to compose and deliver a compelling argument, where to look for information, how to hold your own in debates on a wide range of subjects, how to analyse texts and draw conclusions from what you have read and, most importantly, how to study and learn. The latter is relevant and highly sought after in today’s modern, dynamic employment market.
Areas of study include:
Human and social geography
Outline of the programme
The programme comprises:
Morrisby Diagnostic Tests and Assessment – complete a thorough diagnostic test designed to highlight strengths and interests and determine suitable and fitting career directions.
Mentor Programme Consultation – Mentor feedback will provide Elab with additional insights and information and allow us to build up a detailed picture of the applicant’s abilities and expectations.
Personalised University Reports – receive a personalised report with feedback and recommendations from the assessment process based on findings and suggestions including:
potential courses and universities
profile, descriptions, comments and relevant statistics on selections.
Advisory support – discuss findings with a Mentor and Consultant and make a final decision on the course you wish to study and the five universities you wish to apply to, based on our suggestions and your predicted grades;
Application Preparation and Submission – complete necessary documentation and submit a professional UCAS application with close support from an Elab Consultant (see below).
Relocation support – receive advice on finding accommodation, financing and settling in.
UCAS Application Documentation
Once the assessment and diagnostic stage is complete the Consultant and applicant will start work on the application documents comprising:
Personal Statement (including reading lists and supplementary courses)
The success of each application will depend on a number of factors, most importantly how a candidate presents their experience, character and future plans. We will help you clarify, develop and expand each of these elements, in order to make your application striking and effective.
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