Universities

Students at Eilean Donan Castle during the Isle of Skye weekend trip

Students at Eilean Donan Castle during the Isle of Skye weekend trip
“May yer lum keep blithely reekin'”
A Scottish wedding toast

Universities

IFSA-Butler Scotland offers you the opportunity to study at one of five Scottish institutions. Each university is unique and offers students a different type of academic and cultural experience.We hope you will find one that is most suitable to your academic and social needs.

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Glasgow University

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St Andrews University

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Stirling University

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The University of Edinburgh

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Glasgow School of Art

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http://www.gla.ac.uk

Glasgow University

The University of Glasgow is one of Scotland’s oldest universities and is situated in the heart of Scotland’s largest city.

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http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/

Students on Pier at St Andrews

Scotland’s oldest university and the third oldest in the UK (only Cambridge and Oxford are older). The University is steeped in tradition and is located in a small town in the Kingdom of Fife.

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http://www.stir.ac.uk

Stirling University

Set in beautiful surroundings in the foothills of the Scottish Highlands, Stirling is a campus university featuring its own loch and castle.

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http://www.ed.ac.uk

Edinburgh University

Located in the heart of Scotland’s capital, the University of Edinburgh is a traditional seat of learning popular with students across the globe.

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http://www.gsa.ac.uk

Glasgow School of Art

Glasgow School of Art is one of the few remaining independent art schools in the UK and retains its traditions of excellence and creativity. It has close links with the famous Scot Charles Rennie Macintosh, whose ‘Macintosh Building’ houses much of the School’s activity.

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