Twenty Iconic Poems – Part I
The first 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
Richard Martin explores The Tempest and the significance of Miranda, Prospero and Sycorax's names.
The Two Tempests in The Tempest
Richard Martin, Head of English and Theatre Studies at MPW London, explores the subject of Alchemy in The Tempest.
Business Graduate Career Paths
Studying business gives you a broad understanding of the key elements needed to make a business successful, see the career paths open to business graduates.
Tips to Nurture your Mental Health and Well-being
Look at some of the areas where you can take positive steps to nurturing your mental health and embedding them into a healthy routine.
Creating a Productive Study Space
Your study environment is critical to learning. Here are some hints, tips, apps, and hacks to help you create a productive study space at home.
South Kensington Museums Go Virtual
Dive into the depths of the ocean and explore the outer limits of space with virtual tours from South Kensington's museums.
You’ll Never Walk Alone – My MPW Journey
My ambition is to study journalism and so I decided it was important for me to study English Literature. Not wanting to rest on my laurels, I am now studying the English Literature A level on a one-year programme at MPW.