Program Details

> Learning contextualised through field work and sites visits > European perspective on forestry and environment > Opportunity to explore Scotland’s environment and landscapes > Develop an understanding of Scottish heritage, culture and history
Location:
Inverness, United Kingdom
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:
Inverness College, University of the Highlands and Islands offers an opportunity for students from all over the world to complete a part of their degree studies in the stunning Highlands and Islands of Scotland. We are pleased to cater for students who wish to spend either a single semester or a full academic year with us. The Scottish School of Forestry at Inverness College UHI is the biggest forestry school in the UK and the only such establishment in Scotland. It offers programmes in the subject area of forestry and arboriculture including BSc Sustainable Forest Management with concentration in forest conservation, or arboriculture and urban forestry. The components of this programme, including fieldwork-based projects, are made available to study abroad students.

> Learning contextualised through field work and sites visits > European perspective on forestry and environment > Opportunity to explore Scotland’s environment and landscapes > Develop an understanding of Scottish heritage, culture and history

What is included? - Orientation -Tuition (full time) - Academic credits and transcript
Setting Description:
Inverness College is the biggest college of the University of the Highlands and Islands. All our forestry programmes are based at the Balloch Campus: located in the woodland just outside of Inverness it offers an ideal location for studying forestry and conservation. Study abroad students will join our mainstream Forestry programme. Students will choose their modules (courses) depending on individual interests and course requirements at their home institution. In addition students will take part in the Cultural and Activity Programme and visit places of importance to Scottish heritage, history and environment.
Cost:
(academic year 2013/14) 1 semester: £4,122 1 year (2 semesters): £8,244 Homestay accommodation available: £80/week: single room £110/week: single room and half board (7 days a week)

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