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Appalachian, Scottish, and Irish Studies Program

Department of Appalachian Studies

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  1. When does the ASIS program travel to Scotland and Ireland again?Answer
  2. How much does the trip to Scotland and Ireland cost?Answer
  3. Does the Office of Financial Aid need information about costs related to the Summer Study Abroad Program?Answer
  4. Are there scholarships available for Study Abroad students?Answer
  5. What parts of Scotland and Ireland does the ASIS group visit?Answer
  6. What kind of academic credit can a student receive for a summer course in Appalachian, Scottish, and Irish Studies?Answer
  7. Can a student audit the courses?Answer
  8. What kind of lodging is available for ETSU students during the summer trip to Scotland and Ireland?Answer

When does the ASIS program travel to Scotland and Ireland again?

Our next trip to Scotland and Ireland will be offered in 2019.

 


How much does the trip to Scotland and Ireland cost?

The fee for the 2019. trip will be posted as soon as it becomes available. That fee includes transportation between the United States, Northern Ireland and Scotland, lodging and field trips. ETSU tuition must be paid separately. Students may apply for an ETSU International Scholarship.

 


Does the Office of Financial Aid need information about costs related to the Summer Study Abroad Program?

Yes. It is helpful to have the cost information from your Summer Study Abroad Program. This information will be sent to the Financial Aid Office by the program director to be kept on file for the student's convenience.  It may be possible to increase a student's cost of attendance budget in order to allow for additional summer financial aid including loans.

If you are applying for an International Education Scholarship, please visit https://studyabroad.etsu.edu.

 


Are there scholarships available for Study Abroad students?
Please visit http://studyabroad.etsu.edu.

What parts of Scotland and Ireland does the ASIS group visit?

The 2019 itinerary includes study in Dublin, Ireland, the cities of Derry and Belfast in Northern Ireland, Glasgow, Edinburgh, locations in the Scottish Highlands, and Orkney Islands.

 


What kind of academic credit can a student receive for a summer course in Appalachian, Scottish, and Irish Studies?

The study abroad can be taken for three or six hours credit undergraduate or graduate.

 


Can a student audit the courses?

No.

 


What kind of lodging is available for ETSU students during the summer trip to Scotland and Ireland?

Lodging is in Bed & Breakfasts, small hotels/guest houses, or comfortable university flats.  Each flat typically includes private bedrooms and a shared common area, kitchen, and bath.  Students typically share a room with another student.

 


 

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