University of Cambridge: International Program Term I
Para inscribirse en unas Summer Sessions en University of Cambridge, debes seleccionar 1 ó varios cursos de Summer Sessions. Abajo puedes ver una descripción del curso International Program Term I.
1.- Ver en qué sesión (fechas y duración) se imparte cada uno de los cursos.
2.- Cuando sepas los cursos que más te interesan comprueba el horario para que no se solapen entre ellos.
3.- Para comprobar el precio de tu selección tienes que iniciar la inscripción seleccionando los cursos y el alojamiento. En el paso 3 de la inscripción podrás comprobar el precio.
REQUISITOS: Nivel de Idioma Avanzado
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM TERM I
9 July - 3 August 2012
International Summer School Terms I and II are interdisciplinary programmes, with courses covering a wide variety of subjects, including archaeology, politics, philosophy, economics, literature, history and international relations. The two terms are independent: you may enrol for either or both. You can concentrate your studies on two or three courses in the same discipline or study more widely by choosing different subject fields.
•Major plenary lecture series (Term I only): Intelligence
•Two or three special subject courses
Central to your academic programme is a range of special subject courses. Each course consists of classroom sessions which are held on every weekday of the Summer School and are limited to 25 participants (with the exception of A01/B01/C01). You choose either two or three special subject courses, each from a different group (A, B, C for Term I; D, E, F for Term II). Please note: Term I courses are 17 sessions in length – there are no teaching sessions on Friday 20 July. Term II courses are 10 sessions in length.
Invited speakers and members of the University will give a varied evening lecture programme, covering a wide range of subjects of current interest.
You choose two or three special subject courses, each from a different group (A, B, C). Courses will normally be limited to a maximum of 25 participants (with the exception of A01/B01/C01) and you will be guided in close study of your two or three chosen special subject courses. The courses available are described in detail under Term I courses. In addition, all students on Term I are encouraged to attend the plenary lecture programme held at 10.30am most days.
Special Subject Courses for Term I
Classes are held on weekdays only, from Tuesday 10 July to Thursday 2 August, with the exception of Friday 20 July, when there are no classes.
Participants may choose two or three courses, one from each group (A, B, C).
A01 International politics in a global age
A02 The genius, the world and the legacy of the great English Romantic poets: Blake, Wordsworth and Coleridge, Byron, Keats and Shelley
A03 Britain and the world since 1900
A04 Sidney, Spenser, Marlowe, Shakespeare, and Donne: the great Elizabethan love poets
A05 The rise of civilisation
A06 Henry VIII: prince, king, emperor
A07 The origins of modern science
A08 Four plays of Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice, Measure for Measure, Othello and Hamlet
A09 A history of British political thought: from 1651 to the present
B01 International politics in a global age
B02 Key moments in Shakespeare
B03 The English education system: 1870-present
B04 Milton the revolutionary: Paradise Lost and the forging of the modern world
B05 Across the Channel: modern painting in France and Britain
B06 Elizabeth I: fact and fiction
B07 The other Middle Ages: science in the Islamic world and the Latin debt to Islam
B08 ‘Off with their heads!’ Childhood in literature from Shakespeare to Alice
B09 Crises in world politics since 1945
B10 Archaeology and the discovery of the world
C01 International politics in a global age
C02 European economic integration – or disintegration?
C03 Socialism in the twentieth century: Russia and Britain
C04 Third World revolutions: Cuba, Chile, Angola, Ethiopia
C05 British politics today: problems and solutions
C06 The Glorious Revolution to the first Prime Minister: Britain’s ‘Augustan’ age, 1688-1725
C07 A history of medicine from the Ancients to the nineteenth century