Our friends at the Institute for Human Studies have sent over this blurb about their student seminars this summer, which I'm more than happy to promote. IHS seminars are absolutely superb, with top-class speakers and lecture topics, and (in my experience) some truly excellent attendees who are a pleasure to get to know. The one thing I've noticed is that far too few British students tend to go. If you have a week free this summer, I highly recommend changing that and applying.

2 Weeks to Apply: IHS Summer Seminars on Liberty

Explore ideas that helped end slavery, introduce religious freedom, and inspire the women’s suffrage movement. More than ten weeklong seminars apply classical liberal ideas, such as individual rights and free markets, to topics in history, economics, journalism, policy, and more. From breakfast ‘til the evening reception, you can debate and discuss the ideas of liberty with enthusiastic professors and peers from around the world.

Good news for your wallet: the Institute for Humane Studies covers, meals and program costs; participants only pay for travel. Undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates are eligible to apply. Learn more: http://www.theihs.org/AdamSmithInstitute [3].

Final deadline: March 31