For a better future
Understand what stereotypes are
Understand that we all use stereotypes
Explain how stereotypes can lead to prejudice and discrimination
Understand different types of discrimination
Understand ways in which we can challenge stereotypes and reduce discrimination
Learn about their own stereotypes
Be able to score and analyse a basic questionnaire
Throughout the fortnight, participants will be working on their own personal project. Having been provided with a brief, participants should research and prepare a presentation for their peers. This will build upon the theory that they have learnt over the course of the programme and is also an opportunity to showcase their ability to apply this to a concrete examples. Presentations are followed by questions from the audience and wider class discussion of particular points of interest. The tutor may also include feedback about the presentation in the written evaluation which is sent to participants after the programmes end.
20+ hours of academic contact time per week
Subject tuition delivered by an academic from Oxford or Cambridge University
2 x 30 minute 1:1 tutorials
Academic skills workshops
End-of-day social activities led by Mentors (Oxbridge undergraduates)
Detailed personal evaluation written by tutor
Certificate of attendance
Free premium membership to UniPrepare's 'Nurture' plan
Online Learning Platform - Virtual Classrooms
All sessions are delivered on Zoom’s education platform – the world’s leading virtual classroom software.
Before the course begins, all students will receive a welcome pack that includes information about their tutors, mentors, guest speakers, as well as their programme overview.
Students will also receive an interactive timetable with links to each of their classes.
For students of all time zones
Online Insights offers two “streams” – Stream A and Stream B.
Stream A starts in the morning whilst Stream B’s classes take place in the afternoon.
Note – as our faculty are all based in Oxford & Cambridge, all times communicated are in UK time.
Daily social activities with participants around the world
Students can connect with like-minded individuals from around the world, and are encouraged to socialise and make friends through daily activities and games after classes finish.
Activities include virtual college tours, murder mystery parties and a ‘University Challenge’-style quiz.
These sessions are led by Oxbridge undergraduates who act as Mentors for Online Insights participants. This is a fantastic opportunity for participants to hear from students at Oxford and Cambridge University, and receive guidance and advice on studying at one of the world’s top universities.
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