Activities & Sports
At MPW, we organise social and physical activities all year round providing our students with a fun and relaxed environment to help them stay healthy, interact with peers who share common interests, enhance leadership skills and prepare for the future.
We believe studies are just part of the student experience; we encourage our students to take part in social events ranging from raising awareness through a charity campaign, joining a debating session or simply stretching their legs and arms at the local climbing centre.
Students who love sport will have plenty of opportunity to meet up with likeminded friends – or make new ones – through a large variety of sports clubs here at MPW.
The Colour of Lucy’s Hair: The “Nightmare” of Female Sexuality in Dracula
Richard Martin's supplementary lecture: The Colour of Lucy's Hair: The "Nightmare" of Female Sexuality in Dracula.
The Suppressed Letter in Dracula
Richard Martin considers the possibility in Dracula, of Mina having suppressed a letter and explores why she might have done so in his latest supplementary lecture.
Twenty Iconic Poems – Part IV
The fourth and final in a series of articles where Philip Carr, English Tutor at MPW London, shares and comments on Iconic Poems.
Nomenclature in Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming
Richard Martin considers the significance of the names Pinter gave his characters in The Homecoming (1965) in this supplementary text for his English Literature students.
Twenty Iconic Poems – Part III
The third in a series of articles where Philip Carr, English Tutor at MPW London, shares and comments on Iconic Poems.
WHAT IS YOUR NAME? NOMENCLATURE IN THE TEMPEST PART III
Richard Martin's third instalment of lectures on names in The Tempest, explores the nomenclature of Trinculo, Stephano and Caliban.
ISA Award for Excellence and Innovation in Fine Arts 2020
We are so pleased to announce that MPW London has been awarded the ISA Award for Excellence and Innovation in Fine Arts 2020.
Twenty Iconic Poems – Part II
The second in a series of articles where Philip Carr, English Tutor at MPW London, shares and comments on Iconic Poems.
“Getting into…’ University Guides
Getting into higher education may be the toughest challenge you’ve faced yet. MPW’s careers guidance and university entrance guides can help you pick the right course and the right university, and give you valuable UCAS form help. Written by experts with a wealth of knowledge, MPW Guides are set out in straightforward language. They give clear, practical advice to help you win a place on the course of your choice.