Our A Level Religious Studies students travelled to the University of Manchester this week for the launch of an online resource produced in collaboration with the BBC.
The University of Manchester recently announced the launch of a new open access resource for A Level students. This is the outcome of a collaboration between their Department of Religions and Theology, the BBC and the A Level exam boards. Their academics have worked with the BBC’s Beyond Belief Radio 4 programme team to develop new online resources that will enable A Level students to use the archive of programmes for their studies that will help them for their next steps after college.
As well as an interactive demonstration of the facility, the afternoon involved a session on ‘Roboethics’ and a talk from representatives from the BBC on employment in the media.
A Level Religious Studies is a two year course which will give you the opportunity to explore a range of questions such as whether religion is a human construct, does God exist and what are miracles, do they still happen? Many students who enjoy and successfully complete this subject typically progress onto a wide range of degree courses.
It’s a miracle – if studying religious beliefs and debating philosophical issues is for you, read our Bible of information below and apply today.