You will take 3-6 classes per semester for a total of 15 credit hours. The University of Glasgow offers a class, Exploring Scottish Culture, that aims to give you an appreciation of the culture.
120 SCOTCAT credits = 30 semester hour credits
Fall or Spring Semester
60 SCOTCAT credits = 15 semester hour credits
Most students take 3-6 classes per semester depending on their particular course combination.
Course listings for study abroad students are available through University of Glasgow.
|Taught||Normal Year Taken|
|Semester One = Fall Semester||1st Year = a Sophomore level course|
|Semester Two = Spring Semester||2nd Year = a Junior level course|
|Full Year = Academic Year||3rd Year = Honors Level = a Senior/Graduate level course|
Admittance into 3rd Year/ Honors- level classes is selective and at the discretion of Glasgow's departmental tutors upon review of students' official transcripts.
To qualify, you must have:
Most departments will limit a qualified student to no more than one or two 3rd Year courses per semester.
Courses with numbers starting at 5000- or greater are postgraduate courses and are not available to study abroad students.
The Computing Science, Mathematics, and Statistics departments do not offer classes for the fall only. Assessment for courses in these subjects only takes place in May or June, so you will not be able to take these courses if you will only be in Glasgow for the fall semester.
Submit the online course registration form to the Arcadia University College of Global Studies through your Arcadia Passport.
List all course choices and alternates in order of preference. Your first choices may not be available due to timetabling, prerequisite or availability issues.
This form is used only to determine your eligibility for admission and for the pre-screening process at Glasgow.
You are responsible for: