Arriving in Scotland: Thoughts and Tips
I have been in Scotland for a week (Yay!). After a week of non-stop activity, I finally have time to sit down and reflect on my journey here. Upon reflection of my journey…
Explore the mountains and cultural past of Scotland as you learn about the history and culture of this fascinating land both inside and outside the classroom. You'll be living and breathing the make-up of this country. Participate in 3 full day excursions and numerous site visits throughout Scotland. Your Historic Scotland offers free access to many historic sites.
The program is based in Edinburgh, which itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you will study through the Arcadia Edinburgh Center with the full support of our staff and faculty.
Delving deeper into the cultural identity of Scotland lends a perspective imperceptible to the typical tourist. Scotland's national perception goes far beyond its tartan-clan bagpipers and ubiquitous castle ruins. ”
University of St. Thomas Student, Scottish History
You will enroll in the Scottish History course with the option to add Curating, Interpretation and Heritage: A Scottish Perspective if interested.
Your courses are integrated with field trips to explore both the cultural past and landscape of Scotland.
You’ll complete your coursework alongside Museum Studies Interns so you’ll get to know other Arcadia students in Edinburgh.
Learn more about our Arcadia in Edinburgh Center.
As a participant on an Arcadia program, you are guaranteed housing. Our priority is to provide a safe, clean, cost-effective and convenient place for you to live, while offering you every opportunity to explore the local culture and community.Housing
Student health, safety and security in Scotland are our top priorities. Our experienced and well-connected staff are prepared to deal with any emergencies that may arise...Health & Safety