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Winter Schools

January 24 - 30, 2022

Introducing our first Online Winter School

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is excited to announce our second Online Winter School taking place in January 2022.

There is now an overwhelming body of evidence demonstrating that human activities across the globe have driven increases in atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Methane, both of which are greenhouse gasses leading to increased temperatures and extreme weather events around the world. The resulting heatwaves, floods, and forest fires from Brazil to California, Greece to Turkey are the most prominent symptom of climatic breakdown. Activists worldwide have focused media attention on the climate and biodiversity crises. Climate and Biodiversity changes are two aspects of the same problem and go hand in hand. In response to these crises, and the media focus brought about by young activists striking for climate and supporting Extinction Rebellion, national, regional and local governments have made decl

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We are delighted to offer the Winter School 2022 opportunity to current students of our valued international partners. If you have students who are considering study abroad in the near future our Winter School is the perfect taster! For more information, please email us at

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does my application guarantee attendance?
Unfortunately not, spaces are limited so we will be in touch to let you know if your place on the Winter School has been confirmed or not.

Who is the Winter School open to?
The Winter School is open to students currently enrolled at University

How many sessions can I attend?
You can attend one session per day for five days. All sessions are recorded though so you can watch the other session afterwards if you wish.

What happens during a session?
Each session comprises a lecture followed by small group discussion on the issues raised.

PHOTO: climate change demonstration
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