Program Details

Study in Scotland for a 4- or 8-week block (block 1 or blocks 1 and 2) in the subject areas of business, English, film and media studies, history, politics, or religious studies. With the 8-week program, you may also choose an internship module. Each modu
Location:
Stirling, United Kingdom
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:

Summer in Scotland is a unique opportunity to spend either four or eight weeks living and immersing yourself in a historic Scottish town, while earning up to twelve U.S. credits in the process. Take a trip through time as you stroll the narrow, cobblestone streets of the town of Stirling. During this summer abroad, you’ll reap the benefits of top-notch academics and distinguished faculty at the respected University of Stirling. Choose courses in Scottish culture, history, politics, religious studies, business, and media and film studies. You’ll gain an in-depth knowledge of this fascinating country through coursework and related field trips. For even more hands-on experience and to boost your résumé, take an internship module.

Setting Description:
Known as the Gateway to the Highlands, Stirling sits just south of the Scottish Highlands. It is an ancient fortress city with a long and colorful history. William Wallace (aka Braveheart), Scotland's national hero, famously defeated the English here at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. With a population of 35,000, Stirling offers all you could want in a city—theater, pubs, restaurants, clubs—in a small, safe environment.
Cost:
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Additional Program Information

Scholarships:
Yes

Program Reviews

Overall Rating

5.0

Based on 1 Reviews

  • Internationally addicted
    5.0
    09/15/12

    The program was well worth the money. They take you to all the major cities and let you explore for the day every Thursday. The farewell ceilidhs are so much fun and you get to learn traditional dances. Though Stirling is smaller than most unis, the experiences

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    Bottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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