University of Dundee, School Of Humanities
International Summer School Programme
In collaboration with the Fulbright Summer Institute
Scotland: Identity, Society and the New Enlightenment
Dates: 2-22 July 2017
The School of Humanities is pleased to announce a three-week long Summer Institute in collaboration with the highly successful Fulbright-Scotland Summer Institute, which has taken place at the University of Dundee since 2012.
In the beautiful City of Dundee, situated on the banks of the River Tay, you will enjoy seminars and workshops from experts on topics as diverse as Scottish Literature and Language, Crime writing, Forensics, Drug Discovery, the politics of Brexit and the Independence movement, the Scottish Highlands from Outlander to Clearance, Scottish Films from Braveheart to Brave, Comics and Graphic Novels.
Students will have the option of working towards 5 US Credits equivalent, which is 20 UK level 4 credits at (SCQF Level 10), awarded by the University of Dundee.
Integral to the Programme are cultural visits to many of Scotland’s beautiful sites and cities, including Culloden Battlefield, Stirling and Bannockburn, Glamis Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, where students will be given free time to experience the cultural diversity and atmosphere of Scotland’s capital city. The travel and entrance costs to these sites and cities is included in the fee.
Transportation from Edinburgh Airport to Dundee and accommodation in on campus student accommodation with en suite rooms is included. Please note, price does not include flights.
The campus is only a short walking distance of downtown. Some meals are included and the accommodation has self-catering facilities in each apartment.
Online booking will be available soon; in the meantime please note your interest by emailing Dr Patricia Whatley.
More information on the Programme content is available here.