For instance, a visit to one of Scotland's main sporting venues helps contextualise your studies in Sports Management and your Scottish history module comes alive with a trip to battlefields around Scotland.
Other trips have included tours of Stirling Castle, trips to the Edinburgh Dungeons and even a trip to Northern Ireland's capital city, Belfast.
Each module (class) you successfully complete will earn you 10 SCQF credits, which are the equivalent of 3 US semester or 5 ECTS credits. For the 2017 International Summer School you have the following course module options:
Teaching dates - 10 June - 8 July
|Brief Encounters: An Introduction to Writing Short Stories (ISSU9BE)|
|Education and Learning: A Scottish Perspective (ISSU9EL)|
|Marketing and Branding Scotland (ISSU9BS)|
|Photographing the Urban (ISSU9PU)|
|The Psychology of Art with a Tartan Twist (ISSU9AR)|
|Religion and Conflict (ISSU9RC)|
|Royals and Rascals: Contemporary Studies in British Journalism (ISSU9JO)|
|Scotland the What? Contemporary Scottish Literature & Identity (ISSU9SC)|
|Scotland on the Screen (ISSU9SS)|
|Scottish Wars of Independence c.1286-1371 (ISSU9TW)|
|Rethinking the City|
Teaching dates - 8 July - 5 August
|Crime and Justice in Scotland: The Criminal in Scottish Society (ISSU9CJ)|
|Green Politics: Theory & Practice (ISSU9GP)|
|International Relations (ISSU9IR)|
|Internship for International Summer School (ISSU9IN)|
|Monsters and Vampires: The Impact of British Gothic on Contemporary Popular Culture (ISSU9MV)|
|Scottish History: The Jacobites (ISSU9TJ)|
|Sports Management and Culture: A European Perspective (ISSU9SM)|
|Witchcraft in Early Modern Scotland (ISSU9WS)|
Module offerings are subject to change.
*Module offering still to be finalised for 2017.
Updated draft syllabi for these modules are available from late November 2016 should you need one to seek pre-approval at your home institution. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the module name(s) and we will be glad to provide you with the most current syllabi. All summer school modules are approved at level 8 of the Scottish Credits and Qualifications Framework (SCQF), which generally corresponds to modules taken during the first year of a four year university degree programme.