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      Scotland - Study abroad         

August 3 - August 16, 2014

                                            

Join us for an exceptional travel-learning experience to Scotland, August 3 - August 16, 2014.  Courses in Music and Intercultural Communication will be offered, but you need not take the courses to go on the trip!

Edinburgh is alive with the arts and brilliant pageantry in August, featuring the Festival Fringe, the Edinburgh International Festival, and much more.  We will attend the Edinburgh Military Tattoo, one of the most spectacular events in the world.  The Tattoo boasts great music and dance from around the globe, performed in the promenade area of Edinburgh Castle.  The educational adventure brings us out to the highlands and islands, with day trips to various sites in Scotland:

 * EdinburghRoyal Mile, Castle, Palace, Museums, Festivals!

 * GlasgowKelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow Cathedral, Shopping

* St. AndrewsUniversity, Golf Courses, Castle, Religious and Historic Sites

* Isle of Arran – Beautiful Island off Scotland’s West Coast

* Rosslyn Chapel – Historic and Symbolic Site popularized in the Da Vinci Code

* Abbotsford – Sir Walter Scott’s Home and the Borders

* Glencoe Day trip to the Highlands

All of the above are included in the price.  The trip includes roundtrip airfare, accommodations at the University of Edinburgh’s Chancellors Court, a full breakfast daily, all coach travel in Scotland, bus service around Edinburgh, and entry into castles and historic sites.  The cost is $3,100 plus tuition for students and $3,300 for non-student travelers.  Contact Dr. Gary Grant (ggrant@edinboro.edu) or Tim Thompson (tthompson@edinboro.edu) for more information; or call the Edinboro University International Office at (814) 732-2770.  

Scotland 2014 Proposed Itinerary

Scotland 2014 Registration Form

Scotland 2014 Flyer

student Blog from Scotland 2012 (Ashley)

student Blog from Scotland 2012 (Emily)

kinectic edinburgh captures city landmarks in stop - motion