If you are looking for a cultural immersion, a Summer Study Abroad in Scotland may prove to be an enriching undergraduate experience. Studying Abroad in Scotland places you in the land of the bagpipes, and the birthplace of literary greats such as Robert Louis Stevenson and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Part of the United Kingdom, Scotland shares its southern border with England and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea, the North Channel and the Irish Sea; this makes for a temperate and oceanic climate.[i]
Why Consider a Summer Study Abroad in Scotland?
With its rich history of kingdoms and castles like the Edinburgh Castle, a Summer Study Abroad in Scotland might be a fantastic way to see the country and get a sense of the Scottish identity and Gaelic language while earning valuable undergraduate credits. Browse through the sponsored listings to find the program that aligns with your goals and interests, and choose from popular cities in Scotland such as Glasgow and Edinburgh.
FUN FACT: Scottish Gaelic is a Celtic language spoken in Scotland as well as in Nova Scotia, Canada. A general way to say “hello” is to say ‘Halo’[ii]
Sources: [i] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scotland | [ii] omniglot.com/language/phrases/gaelic.php