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Heriot Watt University
Sophomore standing or above.
Heriot-Watt specializes in a variety of Science and Engineering subjects, but also is a leader in subjects such as brewing and distilling, business, fashion, design & textiles. Located 30 minutes outside of the charming city of Edinburgh, its location in Scotland is a draw. With a history dating back to 1821, Heriot-Watt University has established a reputation for world class teaching and practical, leading edge research, which has made it one of the top UK Universities for business and industry.
Join a friendly student community on a beautiful, parkland campus with easy access to Edinburgh, and see why Heriot-Watt was ranked "UK University of the Year for Student Experience" in 2012-13 in the Sunday Times University Guide.
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University of Stirling
University of Glasgow
A cosmopolitan city with a stellar arts scene, Glasgow offers great culture and endless entertainment possibilities. This city is home to the national Scottish companies of ballet, opera, orchestra, and chorus, and it boasts two repertory theatres and the Glasgow Film Theatre, which runs only limited-release films. Visit Glasgow’s galleries and museums, including the reconstructed home of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the famous graduate of the Glasgow School of Art.
Glasgow boasts beautifully preserved Victorian buildings and lovely parks and gardens, but it has a young, hip feel. The nightlife in Glasgow is among the best in Scotland.
Minimum 3.0 GPA
University of Edinburgh
The gorgeous capital city of Scotland offers breathtaking views, hundreds of years of history, and a great nightlife. Edinburgh is one of the most architecturally beautiful cities in Europe, but you'll find much more than just lovingly preserved buildings. The city has the advantage of a compact, convenient layout and warm, welcoming people, yet with a cosmopolitan atmosphere. The Scottish Parliament opened in 1998, making the city once again the center of Scotland’s political life.
The city also offers plenty of pubs, trendy cafes, vegetarian restaurants, and small boutiques, as well as great clubs. Edinburgh is the U.K.'s festival city and home to the famous International Festival every August. The city hosts other film, music, and art festivals in the spring and summer as well.
Minimum 3.0 GPA