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International Programs
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Faculty Contact: 

Dr. Brian Carroll, ext. 6944

Details about the program 

Learn more about the University of Glasgow!  

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Check out the Berry College Honors at Glasgow Program! 

Pre-Approved courses for Berry students    

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Glasgow, Scotland

University of Glasgow Honors Program

The University of Glasgow is located in the west end of the city. Nestled on the banks of the River Clyde, Scotland’s largest city is a vibrant, stylish and cultural place to live and study. It’s a student-oriented city, boasting 3 universities, one of the world’s most prestigious Art Schools, Scotland’s leading music conservatory and ten colleges within its boundaries.

Program of study
The University of Glasgow is the second oldest university in Scotland and fourth oldest in the UK. It has been welcoming international students for more than 20 years. Students study from September–December or January–May and can choose 2 or 3 modules (courses) from subjects in Arts, Information and Mathematical Sciences, Biomedical & Life Sciences, Law, Business and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering. Click here to access the course catalog.

Special honors course
“The Scottish Enlightenment” - using major figures and ideas from the Scottish Enlightenment, Honors students will see how those ideas continue to be important in intellectual and cultural life in the 21st century. Interdisciplinary perspectives from art/aesthetics, religion, philosophy, politics/economics, and science will inform this course. This module fulfills an HON 250 elective and the 5th humanities requirement.

Living arrangements
Most of the University’s student accommodation is within walking distance of the main campus. The majority of residences are self-catering apart from Wolfson Hall, which contains a dining hall. Single or Twin Rooms are available; however twin rooms are quite common. Also, your choice of residence may determine your meal plan (self-catered vs. provided). Please note that students may not always receive their preferred hall, especially those enrolling for the spring semester. Students may bring a laptop, or use the University computer labs. Once accepted, the student will receive an email containing an access code which will allow them to begin the application process. Students are encouraged to apply early for accommodation.

Students pay Berry College tuition. The housing fee depends on the student’s choice; click here for accommodation costs. Students should budget approximately $1500 for self-catered meals. Glasgow estimates £4270 for accommodation, meals and personal expenses for the semester.

This program is specifically for Berry’s honors students; the Principia Consortium recommends a GPA of at least 3.5. A student with a lower than 3.5 GPA should consult with Honors Director Dr. Brian Carroll. Two reference letters, an official transcript and statement of purpose are required with the application. The reference students use for the Berry approval may be used as one of the reference letters. Students are normally expected to have completed their sophomore year by the time of entry.

Visa information
If students are coming to the University for less than 6 months and are not planning to work or extend their stay, they should 'apply' for Student visitor status/category at the port of entry - not beforehand.  Students are not required to obtain Pre-Entry Clearance (including recording of biometric data) unless they wish to work. Click here for more information on UK student visas. Note: If you arrive in the UK from Dublin, an Immigration Officer will not be present. You will therefore not receive a stamp in your passport and will only be deemed to have three months leave to stay in the UK as a visitor, which means that you will not be allowed to study. Therefore, you must apply for entry clearance as a student visitor or student before you leave your own country.

Additional information
The University has excellent sports facilities. A number of services are provided for talented athletes at the University, including specialist sport mentor support, strength and conditioning, nutrition, sports psychology and access to other support services.

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