New courses available on the 2015 Pembroke-King’s Programme

by Rachel Smith

PKP 2015Students offered places on next summer’s prestigious Pembroke-King’s Programme (PKP) will choose three academic courses from the wide selection on offer.

The 45 courses available in 2015 include popular courses from last summer, such as Contemporary Issues in Neuroscience, Medicine and Disease in European History, Creativity and Business Innovation and An Introduction to English Common Law, as well as exciting new courses on subjects including Jane Austen, race and identity in post-Second World War Britain, the emergence of modernist architecture, and British sports on the global stage.

Students wishing to experience the Cambridge supervision system may also apply to undertake a supervision project in place of one of their three courses.

PKP provides a fantastic opportunity to live and study in a Cambridge college over the summer and more information on the programme, including all the courses on offer, can be found on the Pembroke-King’s Progamme web pages.

Applications opened in full on 3 November 2014, and students interested in attending PKP 2015 are advised to apply early given the intense competition for places.