Maths Graduate Careers
Studying Maths opens numerous career paths in both the academia/research space and corporate world - see typical careers of math graduates.
Nature and Your Mental Well-being
Nature is the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week this year, 10-16 May 2021, so we’ve compiled a list of ways that you can use nature to help nurture your mental health and well-being.
Journey to Veterinary School
After Georgia underperformed in her GCSEs at a previous school, she started her A level study in non-science subjects as she was told there was no way she could pursue her dream of becoming a vet. After completing her AS exams, she made the decision to join MPW to study on a one-year GCSE programme, to improve her grades at this level before embarking on a new programme of A level study which would allow her to apply for Veterinary Medicine at university.
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.
Revelation is the second part to Ed De Winton's piece titled Imprisonment - featured in the Empower alumni magazine.
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.