The University of Stirling is delighted to welcome international students from around the world to take part in the International Summer School (ISS) during the summer of 2015.
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The broad programme presents a unique opportunity to sample student life at the University, whilst gaining credits towards your degree programme at your home institution. The ISS is run by a full-time team of six within the University’s International Summer School Office.
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The ISS will be structured in two 4-week blocks which can be taken independently or consecutively.
|Block 1||Saturday 13 June - Saturday 11 July 2015|
|Block 2||Saturday 11 July - Saturday 8 August 2015|
Social activities and day trips are an important part of the programme beyond your studies. The ISS programme cost includes guided day trips to St Andrews, Glasgow and Edinburgh, and a full programme of social activities including learning to golf and canoe on campus, hiking local trails, Scottish movie nights and much more.
There will also be additional opportunities to go land yachting and kayaking in St Andrews as well as weekend tours to Scottish treasures such as Loch Ness, Glencoe, the Highlands and the Isle of Skye at discounted rates. You can even learn/practice your Scottish country dancing at the ISS ceilidh (kay-lee).
‘The ISS has been one of the best and most memorable summers of my life. I gained a lot from the classes, but also learned from the people that I met and the adventures I experienced.’
- Kat, Drake University, USA
‘When living in Stirling, you can't hep but come to adore the culture and the history. Stirling is oozing history. It leaks out of the buildings and the surroundings and especially the people. It is wonderful.’
- Andrea, Utah State University, USA
‘Hands down the best summer of my life.’
- Liz, University of South Carolina, USA
Want to speak to a former ISS student? Email the ISS on firstname.lastname@example.org and we can put you in touch with one of our 600+ alumni in 10 different countries, possibly one from your area.