Douglas College > Programs & Courses > International Programs and Exchanges > Study Abroad > Field Schools > Scotland Field School
Earn 9 university-transferable Douglas College credits in only 7 weeks' time!
Study 4 weeks here, 1 week in London, and 2.5 weeks based at the University of Edinburgh!
*subject to change
*Estimates only. The final amount will be posted in Winter 2020. It depends on such factors as the final number of students going, the currency exchange rate, etc.
*Passports need to be valid for at least 6 months after you return to Canada. For example, if date of return is July 1, 2020, passport needs to be valid at least until January 1, 2021 or after.
**For the purpose of attending the Scotland Field School, Canadian students normally do not need to apply for a UK visa. However, non-Canadian students may need to, and obtain one, before departure. Visit here for more information. Passport holders of visa-exempt countries, including Canada, are advised to have with them the same documents needed to apply for a visa, in case asked for by UK border officers. All students going on field school will be given a dean-issued endorsement letter prior to departure.
New Westminster Campus
Monday, January 20
11:30am - 12:30pm
Tuesday, January 21
1:00 - 2:00pm
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Students accepted to the 2020 Scotland Field School will be registered by the Registrar's Office sometime during the registration period for Summer 2020 (March 10 - 27).
Douglas College students may be eligible for a $750 to $2,500 award/scholarship!
Please note that students registered in field school courses will be opted out of the U-Pass BC Program for the Summer 2020 semester.
We welcome applications from students of other Canadian post-secondary institutions! Visiting students need to apply for admission to Douglas College preferably before February 2020.
For more information, click here.
English Faculty Jason Bourget
History Faculty Sally Mennill
Sociology Faculty Joey Moore
Karen Ng, Global Engagement, Douglas College International, Room S2805, New Westminster Campus, 604-527-5844