Magic happens when theories and academic literature “click(s)” with students – and they develop their own ideas to critically build on current affairs and existing theories.
Lizan Nijkrake - Lecturer and tutor
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For our students to truly make a mark, they should appreciate the rich tapestry of diverse backgrounds and experiences, preparing them to tackle life’s challenges, navigate social situations and initiate positive change in the world.
Jennifer Reinhard - Tutor
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What I really like about PPLE is the sense of community that we have here. This atmosphere of direct and open exchange is something I value a lot.
Johannes von Engelhardt - Lecturer and tutor
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In my own classes, I aim to include the ‘whole student’, which means paying attention not only to what my students think and write about but also how they feel, and how they experience the learning.
Lela Mosemghvdlishvili - Lecturer and tutor
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What I find immensely attractive about PPLE is its interdisciplinary approach, focusing on some of the main challenges facing society today, including solidarity, security, human rights and sustainability.
Marc de Wilde - Lecturer
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I believe this interdisciplinary mindset helps students think more comprehensively, critically, and independently, which are very important qualities for their future studies and career.
Bei Shi - Lecturer
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