Why I decided to accept my offer to study PPL
Most people seem to have heard of PPE (Philosophy Politics and Economics) as a degree so when other students ask me what I am studying they are puzzled when I reply PPL (Philosophy, Politics, and Law) but I believe this degree programme is the beginning of something truly exciting and one of a kind not only in the UK but the world and now you have an offer you could be part of this pioneering degree.
About 3 years ago now (wow that has gone quick!) I was sitting where you are now deciding what degree to study and which offer to accept.
My other offers from other universities were for pure Politics but I decided I wanted to do a multi-discipline degree.
I choose PPL because I had loved Philosophy and Ethics at school and consequently it was my highest achieving subject. I wanted to continue with this passion but was unsure what to do with ‘pure’ philosophy at the end of my three-year degree.
Politics seemed like the perfect extension as it is a subject that is constantly evolving and has never been so prominent in our everyday lives.
I had also shown interest in studying Law. I was not sure but I am so glad I have done a degree with legal elements because this is the discipline I have enjoyed the most.
Thus, when I received an offer from PPL at Warwick I knew I had found the right course that will make me a more rounded, employable and aware person.
If you are not sure whether to accept your offer I would ask yourself the important question- can I see myself doing this degree for the next three years and can I imagine living at Warwick? I would recommend the virtual campus tour to give you a good feel of the campus: https://warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/virtualtour/
For me both the answers were yes so I knew that Warwick was right for me. I was also consider what your gut tells you.