Thousands of years ago prehistoric humans gathered in dark caves, dipped their hands into dirt, mixed with spit and animal fat, to scrawl rough images on the walls. They wanted to make sense of life, and when language developed, so did their Big Questions – ‘Who am I?’ ‘Is there a God?’ ‘What’s the meaning of life?’
Across the centuries, scholars have continued this quest for truth, and if you’re gripped with the same passion, maybe you’ll consider adding your voice to the argument…
If you’re open-minded, don’t like easy-answers, can weigh arguments fairly, and are confident to make your own conclusions – you’re perfect for our Philosophy, Ethics and Theology A-level!
The course will turn you into a rigorous academic with valuable skills of research, debate, and enquiry, and our graduates go on to various exciting degrees, including medicine, law, history, and of course, philosophy. These lead to a wide range of people-focused jobs, such as the police force, paramedics, social workers, nurses, and teachers.
Back in the mists of time, Socrates said ‘The unexamined life is not worth living’, and we agree – if you do too, then perhaps you’ll consider joining us, to question everything you’ve ever thought about life!