Screenshot (5)Freedom Week is a five-day summer seminar that gives participants a chance to explore the ideas of liberty.

Freedom Week provides an opportunity to learn more about classical liberal ideas in areas like economics, philosophy, law, and public policy from a faculty of distinguished professors. The curriculum has been designed to engage students who are new to these ideas, as well as those with a bit more experience. There is no charge to take part in Freedom Week. Participants are selected through a competitive application process. All participants have accommodations and meals provided by the Institute for Liberal Studies. In return, they are expected to attend, and fully participate in, all seminar sessions. Students are responsible for the cost of their own travel to the seminar.

Freedom Week is open to post-secondary students at the undergraduate or graduate level, and to recent graduates (within two years). Applicants must have completed at least one year of post-secondary studies and be between 18 and 29 years of age at the start of the seminar. Foreign nationals are welcome to apply, but we are unable to offer advice or assistance in obtaining a visa to visit to Canada.

See what past participants had to say about Freedom Week.

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Details regarding Freedom Week 2016 will be available in January.