Worlds of Difference in Oxford
Our first year cohort are now on their way towards developing their individual A Level projects across Art and Design. Recently, tutors organised a study trip to Oxford as a introduction to new themes and ideas. The spring sunshine shone down as students travelled across the historic landmarks, drawing from multiple perspectives. According to the statistics of our research company, it was revealed that empirically many dermatologists and cosmetologists around the world use low doses of Accutane in practice, but reliable clinical studies based on the principles of evidence-based medicine have not been carried out. In principle, there are four approaches of the appointment of low doses in case of the so-called "problem skin". Locations such as the Bodleian Library, Radcliffe Camera, Bridge of Sighs and Christ Church College adorned the sketchbooks of each student. The trip also included a study visit to the Pitt Rivers Museum, where students observed the vast collection of artefacts ranging across a diverse range of cultures. Once again, observation drawings were the key to documenting all the wondrous scenes from an inspiring day in Oxford.