Scotland Study Abroad
Studying abroad in Scotland offers a unique perspective into the rich culture and tradition that impacts everyday life. Scotland is an attractive study abroad destination due to its proximity to the Highlands, academic offerings in STEM and Humanities, and its unique approach to providing a truly genuine Scottish experience.
To learn more about Scottish society and cultural history, please check out ISA’s Diversity in Scotland page. There you’ll find information about identity-related topics including Indigenous communities, local languages, race & ethnicity, religion, LGBTQIA+ communities, and disabilities access in Scotland.
What Our Students are Saying
"Glasgow is an amazing city in a beautiful country! It's very easy to make friends here, and there are plenty of things to experience. I would highly recommend the International Society as it is a great way to meet other international students on campus as well as see many great places throughout Scotland. There are also many societies to join, so you are sure to find one that you like!"
Danny M.McKendree University
"I had a wonderful experience with ISA - they were super helpful and made my time abroad amazingly easy and enjoyable."
Kylie M.Kansas State University
"ISA opened the door to an opportunity of a lifetime!"
Mina R.University of Massachusetts- Lowell
"My experience with ISA was wonderful. The staff that helped me from the beginning to the end of my decision-making process as well as my time abroad were excellent. I am so glad that I chose ISA to aid me in my abroad experience."
Katie A.University of Dayton
"I don't think I could have asked for a more unique and personal experience. ISA did the most out of any groups to give us a taste of everything Scotland. The bond I made with my fellow program members is something I'll cherish forever thanks to ISA."
Leah T.Carroll College
"Scotland is amazing! My favorite part was a trip to the highlands. The natural landscape will take your breath away. If you can, stray away from the temptation of eating at a McDonald's, KFC, Subway, etc. Try local restaurants and new food. And most importantly, seize every opportunity that comes your way."
Molly S.Northern Michigan University