The University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow

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Getting Started session Every Friday at 12:30 in Global Engagement Office Submit all forms by the deadline to the Global Engagement Office (March 1 for Fall, October 1 for spring) Clear with Dr. Hause Meet with Dr. Ren Padilla to discuss forms Get signatures for Study Abroad Course Approval Form Complete and return Glasgow application materials to Dr. Hause (April 1 deadline for housing) Complete STEP Registration and attend a PreDeparture Orientation

Housing 8 dorms from shared rooms to private suites Range from 1300 3000 (includes meal plan) The Scottish Enlightenment 20 Scotcat (Glasgow) credits out of 60-80

earned in the semester Fall & Spring offering Counts as 2 SAM courses Only interdisciplinary course 10 lectures, 10 tutorials, 2 papers 5 min presentations Cultural immersion with field trips Can take up to 20 credits Science offerings Can attend upper level courses (3rd year is called honors program and is year long)

Labs are integrated into the courses Functional Anatomy with human cadavers Studio Art also evening courses For more information on specific courses and course requirements at the University of Glasgow, visit their course offering guide: http://www.gla.ac.uk/coursecatalogue/

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