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“The skills gained from Philosophy are transferable, for example, being able to critique someone’s argument constructively, and being able to form and sustain one’s own argument properly. Studying philosophy also creates a sense of self awareness, as when looking at the big questions within Philosophy, it is crucial to know yourself and your own beliefs.”

James, Year 12 student.

Philosophy and Ethics is a highly respected qualification that leads into a wide range of university qualifications and careers that require good verbal and reasoning skills such as journalism, law, medicine and politics as well as careers that involve a good understanding of people such as nursing, psychology, social work and police work to name just a few.

Advanced Level Philosophy and Ethics Course Information

For more information contact the Head of Department: Mrs A Whitten