This program allows students to study design, architecture or fine art at the Glasgow School of Art while living in dorms, just walking distance from outstanding art galleries and museums, theatres, operas, ballets, and concert halls of Glasgow.
In this unique, three-week intensive program in Edinburgh, Scotland, students will engage in an extensive dance experience. Students will be expected to participate in all dance experiences, keep an ongoing, reflective journal, perform the work choreographed by the guest artist, Scottish dancer and choreographer Alan Greig, and contribute to daily class discussions. Classes in Scottish Highland and Country dancing will be held at the Dance Base, the national center for dance in Scotland.
Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest University in the UK and has maintained a consistent reputation for academic excellence and innovative research. The University of Glasgow offers visiting students the opportunity to study in a world-class teaching and living environment. International students can choose from 900 courses from a range of faculties.
The University of St. Andrews is the oldest university in Scotland and for almost six centuries it has upheld a tradition of excellence, attracting world-renowned scholars and the brightest students from every continent. Today, the university serves 7,200 students in two colleges: United College, in which all Arts and Science subjects are taught, and St. Mary's College, in which Divinity courses are taught. St. Andrew's is particularly well-known for its humanities curriculum, with the departments of art history, English literature and language, classics, religious studies, anthropology, politics and international studies, history and philosophy offering classes of note. As an overseas student for either the semester or academic year, you will apply to one of the three faculties and take the bulk of your course load (three of four courses per semester) within that faculty. Students must have a 3.5 or higher GPA in order to be eligible.