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New Online Activites for Sixth Formers

last modified Feb 02, 2016 04:42 PM
New online learning resources have been added to HE+ for students thinking of studying of Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion.

The resources are freely available to anyone aiming to make a competitive application to university, as well as those seeking to support them.

There are now four Religious Studies topics:

  • The Historical Figure of Jesus of Nazareth
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Political Religion and Conservative Christianity in the USA
  • Perfect Being Theology

The website currently offers fifty resources covering twelve subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, English, Geography, History, Law, Mathematics, Medicine, Modern Languages, Physics and Religious Studies.  All the content for the website has been written by Cambridge academics and postgraduate students.

To explore the resources go to myheplus.com

 

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