Dundee (population 150,000), the "City of Discovery," is located in eastern Scotland at the mouth of the River Tay estuary. Its magnificent riverside setting makes it a perfect touring base for Fife (historic towns such as St. Andrews), Perthshire and Angus, with the countryside and the Sidlaw Hills just a short drive from the city center. It also offers access by train to the two major cities Glasgow (90 minutes) and Edinburgh (75 minutes). Dundee's historic past and its thoroughly modern new image sit easily together, making it a warm and welcoming city. The big student populations, together with a wide variety of recreational and cultural attractions, lend Dundee a young and lively atmosphere.
The program is open to students who have completed a minimum of 15 U.S. college credits and have a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Stirling (population 35,000), located in central Scotland, is an attractive, ancient town that has played a pivotal role in Scotland's history. The city combines unique historical treasures with modern shopping and leisure facilities, thereby catering to all tastes. It borders on the Forth Valley to the south-east, and the Ochill Hills and Lowland Scotland. Stirling offers unrivalled access to the Highlands of Scotland, as well as to Glasgow and Edinburgh, both of which are approximately 45 minutes travel from Stirling.
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