I am a graduate of Oxford University (2015), where I achieved the highest finals marks across the entire University (Gibbs Prize for Philosophy in my honour school) and a First Class Honours in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. In addition I won an undergraduate Scholarship following a Distinction in Preliminary Examinations, and 5 Jesus College prizes for meritorious academic work.

I have since graduated from a Masters of Science (2017) in Political Theory from the London School of Economics (LSE), where I achieved a high Distinction, specialising in Philosophy and Ethics, Chinese Political Thought, Liberalism and Contemporary Disputes about Justice.

I have previous teaching experience and am well accustomed to contemporary Economics, Philosophy and Politics / Government courses at UK universities. I live in London and in Parliament, which gives me further insight into career-related aspects of Philosophy, Politics and Economics. I speak Mandarin, having spent much of my childhood in China. I am keen to help UK and overseas students studying in London with their study of any three of these disciplines.

Tutoring Experience

I have tutored a number of economics, philosophy and politics students at universities including LSE, UCL and SOAS. I have previously led group study at Oxford University among peers, and taught in schools in China, as well as youth outreach and one-on-one supervision in the UK. I have also designed my own courses for those who wish to study these subjects independent of an official qualification.

Tutoring Approach

I have benefited greatly from Oxford's one-on-one tutorial system, which I would hope to recreate in my own tutoring. This means encouraging discussion and debate, approaching issues critically, and ensuring a good relationship on equal terms between tutor and student. I have also experienced LSE's class-based teaching method at a postgraduate level. As I hope my academic success illustrates, I always have exams and results in mind, and would therefore tailor tutorials according to the student's academic needs.

LanguagesEnglish (British), Chinese
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (all times)
References Available On File


London School of Economics2017MastersMSc Political Theory
University of Oxford2015BachelorsBA Philosophy, Politics and Economics (1st Class)
Peter Symonds College Winchester2012CollegeA Levels (A*A*A*A) - Economics, Politics, Maths, Geography
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