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Stirling Courses – 2021 Summer Sessions I & II

Choose one or two of the following courses per session offered through the University of Stirling (all courses and the internship are 3 U.S. semester credits):

Stirling Summer I

  • Education and Learning: A Scottish Perspective
  • Data, Tools, and Methods: Making Sense of our Society
  • Issues in Moral Philosophy
  • Religion and Conflict
  • Royals and Rascals: Contemporary Studies in British Journalism
  • Scotland on the Screen
  • Scottish Wars of Independence
  • Celtic Religion
  • Aliens and Earthlings: Science Fiction Literature
  • Sport Management and Culture: A European Perspective

Stirling Summer II

  • Internship - suspended for summer 2021
  • Crime and Justice in Scotland: The Criminal in Scottish Society
  • International Relations
  • Monsters and Vampires: The Impact of British Gothic on Contemporary Popular Culture
  • Scottish History: The Jacobites
  • Witchcraft in Early Modern Scotland
  • Brief Encounters: An Introduction to Writing Short Stories
  • Scotland the What? Contemporary Scottish Literature and Identity
  • Junkies and Jezebels: Scotland and Gender
  • Green Politics: Theory and Practice

Click here for a link to course descriptions.

Internship Details

The University of Stirling's Careers Team will work with students individually on internship opportunities that match their interests. Opportunities may be available in areas such as environmental protection or improvement, tourism and heritage, the creative industries, and the start-up and tech industries.

Internship applicants are required to submit an internship module application form and resume. Students should be as detailed as possible to give a well-rounded sense of the individual’s skills, interests, and expectations. There is not an interview process and placements are found based on all information provided at the application stage. On successful placement of the student, the Careers Team would be in touch to share the full job description and employer information.

Internships applications are accepted on a rolling basis and intake is capped at 10 students, so we recommend students apply as soon as possible. Placement is not guarenteed.

Quick Details

2021-22 App. Cycle

Summer I: Suspended
Summer II: Open

Fall/Yearlong: Open

Spring: Open

Eligibility

Summer:

Minimum GPA: 3.0

Fall/Spring:

Minimum GPA: 3.0

Minimum class standing: Junior (strong Sophomore applications may be considered)

Open to degree-seeking students currently attending a 4-year institution

Program Type

Partnership

Credit

Overseas

Program Capacity

Summer: 20 students (limited Internship placements)

Fall/Spring: 20 students

Instruction

English

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