A level politics student conference


How many GCSE and a-level conferences are there?

Over 59 fast paced, fully interactive GCSE and A-level days packed with first hand advice from expert examiners and leading practitioners to boost grades and meet the demands of the most challenging exam questions. The Student Revision Conferences provide:

Why attend the student conferences?

Our aim is for students to have the opportunity to gain a deeper insight into what living and studying at Oxford and Cambridge is like, an understanding of how both universities assess applications and the opportunity to ask any questions they may have. View the full schedule for the Student Conferences, including timings for our live sessions.

What do the student revision conferences provide?

The Student Revision Conferences provide: Fully interactive days, engaging, informative; the specifications brought to life in engaging sessions Enhanced understanding of key themes and topics, all linked directly to the exam papers A full set of new conference notes for all students, with examination tips and example answers

What are the Oxford and Cambridge student conferences?

The Oxford and Cambridge Student Conferences are aimed at Year 12 students (or equivalent) in the UK who are studying for their A Levels/IB (or equivalent) and are beginning to consider their options for study beyond sixth form. Opportunities to chat live with course academics and current undergraduate students


A-Level Student Conference Programmes

Since 2002 the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library has hosted an annual conference for A-Level students and others interested in US politics. Speakers each year are two former US Congressmen plus academics and commentators from the UK. With sponsorship from BAAS. This year they take place on Nov 11th & 12th 2013.

BAAS 6th form conferences, 2013-14

U.S. Civil Rights and the Cold War: A one day dual-topic conference, suitable for GCSE and A-Level Historians, 11th February 2014, Durham School.

What is the Institute for Politics and Strategy?

The Institute for Politics and Strategy regularly facilitates students’ participation in undergraduate and graduate student conferences. Conference opportunities are publicized throughout the school year, and students should express their interest in conferences early as spaces are quickly filled.

Who is the keynote speaker at the Naval Academy?

The keynote speaker was Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and he spoke about things he might not mention on CNN.

Who attended the Alexander Hamilton Society?

Millie Zhang and Nick Bellante attended the annual Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) Student Leadership Conference in Washington, DC, for the second consecutive year. AHS is a non-partisan, not-for-profit, national organization that inspires and educates students in the importance of American leadership in the world and launches them into careers in public service, academia, and business. During the 2019 conference, they attended panels by and networked with national security, foreign policy, and economic statecraft professionals in organizations ranging from nonprofit global policy think tanks. This year, Millie Zhang was also featured on a student panel.

Who is Anna-Jamieson Beck?

Anna-Jamieson Beck, senior BHA student studying Politics and Public Policy and Drama, attended the 2019 WREN Annual Summit in Columbia, South Carolina. WREN is a South Carolina-based network whose mission is to build a movement to advance the health, economic well-being, and rights of South Carolina’s women, girls, and their families. The theme of the conference was “The Time is Now,” and focused on creating change and opportunity for all South Carolina women. During the conference, Anna-Jamieson attended workshops about childcare and women’s economic empowerment, thinking beyond the criminal justice response to domestic and sexual violence, and business and policy solutions for pay equity. There was a keynote conversation with WNBA star A’ja Wilson and other speeches and panels from female state leaders.

What is the Oxford and Cambridge conference?

What are they? The Oxford and Cambridge Student Conferences are aimed at Year 12 students (or equivalent) in the UK who are studying for their A Levels/IB (or equivalent) and are beginning to consider their options for study beyond sixth form.

Can students book themselves on to conferences?

Students and teachers can book themselves on to the conferences. Shortly after submitting your booking, you will receive a confirmation email containing your e-ticket. If this has not happened, you may have mistyped your email address or there may be an error with the booking form.


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