25 August 2018
Are you interested in Politics, Economics and Philosophy and Current Affairs? - Then this could be the course for you!
You will be taught how to analyse information and offer critical and thoughtful solutions to Current Global Topics such as:
Current Affairs and offer solutions to current political problems like the "Bombing of Syria" or "The Current Refugee Crisis in Europe – Causes and the Solution"
Economic and Fiscal Policies that govern our everyday lives like "Should Interest Rates be Raised" or "Should the UK Remain in the EU".
This course is for students who are interested in Politics, Economics, Philosophy and Current Affairs. It would suit students that see themselves as tomorrow’s potential leaders and would like to enter a Political, Diplomatic or United Nations career. Any student who is seriously contemplating entering a “top” University either in the UK or abroad in Economics, International Relations or Political Science should consider this. The knowledge gained in those subjects and their application shape our everyday lives for the “better” or “worst”. Through exciting lessons, workshops, and lively debates, problems faced by our global leaders today are discussed with the focus on how these problems would be tackled by our new young global leaders.
The academic content of this course is based upon the modules and objectives taught in the 1st year undergraduate subjects of Economic, PPE, International Relations in LSE, London and Oxford Colleges.
PhD Development Studies, Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge
Masters in Social Development, University Paris
The objectives of the course are:
To equip tomorrow's leaders with the skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century economy
To give students the knowledge to understand the economic concepts shaping the global economy
Foster students' commitment to continued learning about economics and leadership
Provide a fun-filled, active environment rich with new friendships that can last a lifetime
Help students discover their potential as they assemble their own personal tool-kits for effective leadership
For 2017 LITE Regal’s Global Leadership course director has incorporated a number of unique field visits in major UK economic and political institutions to enable students to gain a unique insight into this course.
Field visits for 2017 will include:
The Bank of England - UK’s Central Bank responsible for promoting monetary and financial stability in the UK
Houses of Parliament - A visit to the Houses of Parliament otherwise known as Palace of Westminster. The Houses of Parliament is responsible for the making and changing of the laws governing the UK.
Visits to other world re-known Universities and Colleges – Oxford University Colleges, LSE (London School of Economics).
GBP 3995: Fee Includes:
- over 40 hours of tuition over two weeks
- all course materials
- guest lectures and field visits
- academic reports and certificates
- accommodation on the university campus
- breakfast & dinner
- free WIFI
- wide range of afternoon & evening activities
- 3 coach excursions to various parts of UK
- graduation party
- welcome pack
Scholarships are available