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The time I have spent here has been very enriching and wonderful.
I wish the location of the dorms were closer to campus
I wish there was more diversity
Other Reviews on CISabroad - Summer in Scotland
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Halfway Through
Reviewed by Richard Goldring on .
Although I am still here for another month, I cannot believe how quickly time has passed. Despite some early arguments with flatmates and a dislike of the program administrator this summer has been great thus far.
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland It's all you've ever dreamed of and more.
Reviewed by Sara Liming on .
The program I went to was definitely worth the time and the money. I have learned and experienced so much in my time here. I would do this again in a heartbeat if I could. I have made friends for a lifetime and really understood myself and my home culture. I've tried so many new things and have seen things that no one could say they have ever had the chance to. I wouldn't trade this for the world.
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Never Forget
Reviewed by Eleanor McPherson on .
I have loved my experience here in Scotland. I made some new friends that I hope to stay in touch with many for the rest of my life. We formed such great relationships and had amazing adventures around the country. The classes were interesting and the teachers were really cool. If I could I would relive thes experience over and over. Stirling is such a pretty place and there is so much to do and it is so easy and cheap to travel around. I would recommend this trip to anyone. It is truly unforgettable
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Scotland changed my life.
Reviewed by Danielle Brodie on .
Scotland was fantastic, but I definitely learned more from outside the classroom than in it.
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Summer in Scotland 2012 was an average experience.
Reviewed by Bernard Vincavage on .
The University of Stirling enables a great focus on providing their students with the ability to soak up the Scottish culture. Even challenge its newcomers to what it means to be Scottish. However, the experience average and did not meet my expectation of being life altering. Just learned different words and phrases as well as ate traditional Scottish food. Nothing too enlightening. This was my first out of the United States adventure, and I am quite saddened that it wasn't everything I had hoped.
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Good experience.
Reviewed by Katherine Wallace on .
This program was very well organized and very well executed. I loved my modules, and the professors were incredible. I would definitely recommend this program to anyone who wanted to go to Scotland.
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Summer in Scotland 2012
Reviewed by Anthony Salort on .
Overall it was a really great experience! I would definitely recommend the program to anyone interested in studying abroad.
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland The time of my life
Reviewed by Joey Johnson on .
Stirling was a delightful surprise. Being there was like being home. Never have I felt so welcome and comfortable. This city was so easy to settle into, everyone is so friendly and polite, I always felt safe and I was always having a good time. The University has some challenging work, but the work definitely pays off.
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Summer in Scotland was amazing.
Reviewed by Caitlin Cooper on .
During my CIS abroad summer in scotland, I was emerged into a different culture and had amazing experiences I won't ever forget. I'm glad that I chose CIS abroad and I have had the best summer of my life. All smooth sailing, and now that I'm home, I want nothing more than to go back to Scotland!
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Scotland was a welcoming place that I wish I'd seen more of.
Reviewed by Zoe Kreitzer on .
I greatly enjoyed my surroundings at Stirling University, though the cultural exposure was somewhat limited.
CISabroad - Summer in Scotland Oh Scotland
Reviewed by Morgan Cantrell on .
Here I learned how to and not to do things; what to and not to eat; where to and not to go, and most importantly how to live.