Watch the video above to learn more about our lecture programme.
Our lecture programme has been designed to enhance our super curriculum and provide our students with an alternative perspective to some of the material they have been exposed to during their lessons.
The importance of politics. Understanding the economics of an EU exit. Antibiotic resistance. Careers in journalism. Researching Alzheimers disease. The maths of “X+Y”. Psychological research. Adventures of a TV Entomologist. Molecules and Murder! A history of World War I. The UCL Quantum physics workshop.
Everyone at The NCS would like to thank all who’ve given their time to meet and talk to our students. You can discover more and watch a selection of these lectures below.
Georgia May (Rose Castle Foundation)
Professor Douglas Hedley (Divinity Faculty, University of Cambridge)
“My one piece of advice would be, follow your dreams. Follow your ambitions, follow your dreams. Don’t let people say that because you didn’t go a private school, because of the background that you’ve come from that you can’t achieve them.”
– Ed Miliband MP speaking at The NCS
An engaging, motivating and inspirational speech from a strong, independent leader.
It was a pleasure to meet a high profile politician who enabled me to widen my knowledge in this subject area.
Highly insightful lecture discussing a current economic yet political topic
An inspirational and intellectually stimulating experience
“What is important is that you see the relevances of science in the compass of your knowledge. That, to my mind, is vital.”
– Lord Robert Winston speaking at The NCS
Where possible, we provide full video and audio podcasts of lectures that take place at The NCS. These are available on iTunes via the links below or on our YouTube channel.
Our lectures podcast is currently being improved and will return soon!
You can also stream each lecture on this You Tube playlist – http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYt7To2_RwyxaUIHlg0S_vobozqqE_FYv
“There’s never been a more challenging or interesting time to be studying Economics. It’s up to you to take the economy and move it forward.”
– Lord King speaking at The NCS