For those interested in studying a Bachelor of Arts degree, this stream will give you a fascinating insight into the world of the humanities and social sciences. You will learn about the diverse world in which we live by exploring the psychology of being human and what makes you think and behave the way you do; the role of media and communications and how it impacts our everyday choices; develop a deeper understanding of the complexities of society and culture; gain insights into criminal behaviour and the difficulties associated with eye witness memory and testimony; and be introduced to a world of wonder and play through drama. Our innovative and highly interactive workshops are designed to inspire your passion in the arts and further develop key learning skills such as reflective and independent thinking, problem solving, critical thinking, and evidence based decision making. This stream will leave you with connections, stories, and a greater understanding of the diverse subject choices that are offered in a Bachelor of Arts degree.

DATES 08 Dec – 15 Dec 2019
DURATION 1 week
AGE REQUIREMENTS 14 – 17
FEE AUD 1,990 / week
INCLUDED
Tuition fees Accommodation
Meals Field trips
Extracurricular activities Airport transfers
NOT INCLUDED
Air Tickets
Visa Fee (if needed)
Insurance
REMARKS The Young Leaders Program, offered at Trinity College, the University of Melbourne, provides students aged between 14 and 17 the opportunity to broaden their outlook on learning and study, to be inspired, to increase their confidence, to practice leadership skills and to consider their future directions. Each year more than 300 students from all around the world participate in this life-changing residential program. The opportunity to live on campus and participate in lectures and workshops at Trinity College and the University of Melbourne with other like-minded young leaders from around the world provides students a unique international experience.

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Location: Melbourne