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University of Stirling

University of Stirling
Spend the semester, academic year, or summer studying a wide variety of subjects in Stirling, Scotland.
Location: 
Stirling, Scotland
Language of Instruction: 
English
Term: 
Academic Year
Fall
Spring
Summer
Academic Disciplines: 
Biology
Business
Business Administration
Chemistry
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Economics
English
Environmental Studies
Film & Media Studies
French
Germanic Languages & Literatures
Health
History
Journalism
Management & Leadership
Marine Science
Marketing
Math
Nursing
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religious Studies
Sociology
Spanish
Strategic Communication
Sport Management
Community Health
Program Type: 
Semester or Academic Year
Summer Non-Faculty Led
Highlights: 
  • The University of Stirling offers programs over the academic year, semester and summer
  • Live in on-campus housing with other international students and Scottish students
  • Open to a wide variety of majors
Program Summary: 

The University of Stirling offers a wide range of academic subjects in the Humanities, Education, Management and Business Studies, Biological and Physical Sciences and Social Sciences. Stirling's reputation as a superior UK institution for Management and Business studies, Film and Media Studies, and Environmental Studies attracts U.S. students to these departments. KU students of business can choose from courses such as International Business and Finance Marketing, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, Personnel Management and Comparative Economics. KU Journalism students may take journalism-related offerings such as British Media, TV Journalism and Advertising, as well as courses to fulfill the social science-humanities-liberal arts requirements. Environmental Studies courses include offerings such as Human Ecology, Conservation and Protection, Pollution Control, Land Use and Water Quality.

Location: 

Stirling

Stirling, Scotland, the gateway to the Highlands, is an ancient fortress town dominated by its famous castle and ancient residence of Scotland's kings. In the last century, the city of Stirling has developed into a modern town of about 40,000. The beautiful countryside, in easy reach of Stirling, offers unrivaled leisure opportunities from hill walking to skiing, from windsurfing to horse riding. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, both world famous areas of natural beauty, lie within Stirling District. Stirling is one hour by rail from Edinburgh and a half-hour from Glasgow, and is ideally situated for travel to London, exploring the UK, or traveling to Europe. [Photo of students in Scotland]

The University of Stirling

The University is a publicly funded institution, founded by Royal Charter in 1967, with around 9,000 students in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Business and Management-related disciplines. Stirling, unique among UK universities, has always operated on a two-semester system, one in the fall and one in the spring. Stirling is known for its innovative approach to teaching and the flexibility of its undergraduate programs.

The campus is located two miles northeast of Stirling town center, a ten-minute trip by frequently-running public bus service. The campus itself, one of the most modern campuses in the UK, is set in the former Airthrey Estate, a beautiful 350-acre wooded and landscaped site with a small loch (lake) as its central feature. On the north shore of the loch are the student residences; the main campus is located on the south shore. The MacRobert, a 500-seat theater, hosts every type of artistic event from ballet to musicals, films to art exhibitions, plays to folk concerts. A large sports center offers soccer, American football, field hockey, swimming, basketball, tennis, golf and a wide range of other sports. 

Academic Information: 

--Semester/Year

Three courses constitute a full semester load. Courses, called units, meet four to eight hours per week depending on the subject area. In addition to these hours students are expected to do a considerable amount of background work, including seminar preparation, independent reading and library research. KU normally awards five credit hours per Stirling course, for a total of 15 credit hours per semester.

Stirling Course Equivalencies

Steps to select courses at Stirling
 
Stirling Course Catalog 

--Summer

The International Summer School (ISS) at the University of Stirling offers classes taught in two different summer teaching periods, referred to as “Block 1” and “Block 2” at Stirling. Students may take two, three-credit classes in either period. Students who wish to study for both periods will earn either nine or twelve credits.

Stirling Summer Course Catalog 

Courses offered during Block 1: June 9 to July 7, 2018

'Brief Encounters': An Introduction to Writing Short Stories (ISSU9BE) [KU’s ENGL 351]
Education and Learning: A Scottish Perspective (ISSU9EL)
Marketing and Branding Scotland (ISSU9BS) [KU’s BUS 300 or JOUR 409]
Photographing the Urban (ISSU9PU) [KU's ADS 560]
The Psychology of Art with a Tartan Twist (ISSU9AR) [KU’s HA 305 or PSYC 402]
*Religion and Conflict (ISSU9RC) [KU’s PCS 555 or REL 377]
Rethinking the City
Royals and Rascals: Contemporary Studies in British Journalism (ISSU9JO) [KU's JOUR 409]
Scotland the What? Contemporary Scottish Literature & Identity (ISSU9SC)
Scotland on the Screen (ISSU9SS) [KU's FMS 304]
Scottish Wars of Independence c. 1286-1371 (ISSU9TW) [KU's HIST 250]

*Religion and Conflict tends to fill up quickly. Students interested in this course are strongly encouraged to apply by early February, rather than the listed March 1 deadline.


Courses offered during Block 2: July 7 to August 4, 2018

Celtic Religion
Crime and Justice in Scotland: The Criminal in Scottish Society (ISSU9CJ) [KU's SOC 360]
Green Politics: Theory & Practice (ISSU9GP) [KU’s ENVR 420 or POLS 350]
International Relations (ISSU9IR) [KU's POLS 170]
Internship for International Summer School (ISSU9IN). Only available to students studying for both blocks.
Monsters and Vampires: The Impact of British Gothic on Contemporary Popular Culture (ISSU9MV) [KU's ENGL 302]
Scottish History: The Jacobites (ISSU9TJ) [KU's HIST 250]
Sculpting Art
Sports Management and Culture: A European Perspective (ISSU9SM) [KU’s HSES 380] Not available in 2018
Witchcraft in Early Modern Scotland (ISSU9WS) [KU's HIST 250]


Social activities and day trips are an important part of the International Summer School beyond your classroom studies. The ISS cost includes guided day trips to St Andrews, Glasgow and Edinburgh, and a full program of social activities including pub quiz nights, movie nights, guided hikes and walking tours.

There will also be additional opportunities to visit Scottish treasures such as Loch Ness, Glencoe, the Highlands and the Isle of Skye at discounted rates. You can even learn/practice your Scottish country dancing at the ISS ceilidh (kay-lee).

Summer students are housed with other ISS students in shared on-campus apartments (flats). Each flat has a communal kitchen/dining area with a stove, refrigerator/freezer, microwave and kettle. The 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom flats share one shower room, and the 7 bedroom flats have two shower rooms and also have sinks in the rooms. Each flat has a communal kitchen/dining area with a stove, refrigerator/freezer, microwave and kettle.

The flats are provided with additional cutlery, crockery, pots and pans in the kitchens as well as towels in the bedrooms. There is a weekly cleaning service at which time bed linens are changed and towels replaced.

Additional information on the International Summer School at Stirling can be found at:
http://www.stir.ac.uk/study-in-the-uk/international-summer-school/

Housing: 

Housing is provided in University-owned and -managed accommodation, either in halls or in flats (apartments). Halls are usually arranged in a configuration of fourteen to sixteen single study bedrooms grouped around a shared kitchen area. Flats consist of six or eight individual study bedrooms with a shared kitchen and living area. Meals are on a self-catering basis (you prepare), but the campus also has several options for those who do not wish to make their own meals.
 

Eligibility: 

Open to KU students who achieved junior status by the beginning of the program and who have a minimum 2.8 cumulative GPA and a minimum 3.0 GPA in their major. Exceptions will be made for second semester sophomores with high academic qualifications who meet the course prerequisites.
 

Further Reading: 

Useful Websites

University of Stirling Study Abroad Homepage: 
www.stir.ac.uk/study-abroad

Course Descriptions for University of Stirling: 
http://www.stir.ac.uk/study-abroad-exchanges/module-information/course-c...

Stirling, Scotland Homepages: 
www.stirling.co.uk
incallander.tripod.com
www.visitscotland.com

Add Course: 
Sports Studies - Issues and Concepts
SPSU913
This course counts as both HSES 289 (3 credits) AND HSES 598 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Summer 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Sport Marketing
MKTU9SP
This course counts as both HSES 486 (3 credits) AND HSES 598 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Private Notes/Additional Information: 
Susan King previously approved this for HSES 486 without the accompanying HSES 598 on 10/21/2015.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Managing of the Business of Sport
SPSU9SB
This course counts as both HSES 483 (3 credits) and HSES 598 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Private Notes/Additional Information: 
Susan King approved this as equivalent to HSES 486 for a student on 3/9/2011. Per Jordan Bass, this should no longer count for 486.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Sports Coaching and Leadership
SPSU9CL
This course counts as both HSES 487 (3 credits) AND HSES 598 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
The Development of Excellence in Sport
SPSU9D5
This course counts as both HSES 440 (3 credits) AND HSES 598 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Summer 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Sport Governance
SPSU9SG
The Department of Sport Management has determined there is no HSES equivalent.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Summer 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
No Equivalency
Sports Policy
SPSU9SP
The Department of Sport Management has determined there is no HSES equivalent.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Summer 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
No Equivalency
The Historical Development of Sport
SPSU914
This course counts as both HSES 380 (3 credits) AND HSES 598 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Private Notes/Additional Information: 
Susan King originally only approved this for HSES 380, but the HSES department and Department Chair, Joe Weir, approved (5/16/2016) that any foreign course worth more than 3 KU credits would have an additional equivalency with HSES 598 or similar topics/independent study course.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Psychology of Sport
SPSU9B4
This course counts as both HSES 440 (3 credits) AND HSES 598 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Private Notes/Additional Information: 
Susan King originally only approved this for HSES 440, but the HSES department and Department Chair, Joe Weir, approved (5/16/2016) that any foreign course worth more than 3 KU credits would have an additional equivalency with HSES 598 or similar topics/independent study course.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
The Psychology of Physical Activity and Health
SPSU9F6
This course counts as both HSES 440 (3 credits) and HSES 598 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Private Notes/Additional Information: 
Susan King originally only approved this for HSES 440, but the HSES department and Department Chair, Joe Weir, approved (5/16/2016) that any foreign course worth more than 3 KU credits would have an additional equivalency with HSES 598 or similar topics/independent study course.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Sports Management and Culture: A European Perspective
ISSU9SM
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2019
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Organisation of Business
BUSU 90B
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Summer 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Entrepreneurship
BUSU 9EN
The School of Business has determined there is no ENTR equivelancy.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
No Equivalency
Responsible Business in Society
BUSU 9RB
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
International Finance
FIN 9FB
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2018
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Securities & Investments
FIN 9FS
This course counts as both FIN 410 (3) AND FIN 400 (2) for a total of 5.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Corporate Finance
FINU 9CF
The School of Business has determined there is no FIN equivalency.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
FIN I
FINU 9CF
This course is likely more advanced than FIN 305.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Personal Financial Planning
FINU 9PF
This course counts as both FIN 301 (3) AND BUS 300 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Leadership & Management
MANU 9L5
This course counts as both MGMT 470 (3) AND MGMT 400 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
The Firm
MGT 9A1
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2019
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Fundamentals of Business & Management
MGTU 9S3
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Fundamentals of Marketing
MKT 9M3
This course counts as both MKTG 310 (3) AND BUS 300 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Branding and Communications
MKTU 9BC
This course counts as both MKTG 420 (3) AND MKTG 400 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Digital and Experiental Marketing
MKTU 9DM
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Understanding Consumers
MKTU 9M5
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Marketing, Ethics, and Society
MKTU 9ME
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Sports Marketing
MKTU 9SP
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Buying in Visual Merchandising
RMKU 9BM
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Fall 2015
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Fall 2020
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Retail Studies
RMKU 9R4
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Retail Operations
RMKU 9R5
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Managing the Sports Business
SPSU 9SB
THe course approval is for non-Business majors.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
2
Managing the Sport Business
SPSU 9SB
This course approval is for Business majors.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2016
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2021
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
European Marketing: AN Introduction
NA
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Marketing and Branding Scotland
ISSU 9BS
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Business in the 21st Century
NA
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2018
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Advertising
FMSU9AJ
This course counts as both JOUR 409 (3 credits) AND JOUR 409 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Analysing the Language of News
JOUU9LN
This course counts as both JOUR 409 (3 credits) AND JOUR 409 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Cultural Theory and Media Practice
FMSU9CT
The KU School of Journalism has determined that there is no KU JOUR equivalent
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
No Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Digital Media and Culture
FMSU9A4
This course counts as both JOUR 409 (3 credits) AND JOUR 409 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Editing and Workflow
FMSU9EW
This course counts as both JOUR 409 (3 credits) AND JOUR 409 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Media I: Representation Meaning and Identity
FMSU9M1
The KU School of Journalism has determined that there is no KU JOUR equivalent
Course Prefix: 
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
No Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Photojournalism
JOUU9P4
This course counts as both JOUR 410 (3 credits) AND JOUR 409 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Radio Drama Production
FMSU9C7
The KU School of Journalism has determined that there is no JOUR equivalent.
Course Prefix: 
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
No Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Radio Feature Production
FMSU9D6
This course counts as both JOUR 409 (3 credits) AND JOUR 409 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Reading Film & Television
FMSU9M3
The KU School of Journalism has determined that there is no JOUR equivalent.
Course Prefix: 
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
No Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Researching the Media & Culture
FMSU9A7
The KU School of Journalism has determined that there is no JOUR equivalency
Private Notes/Additional Information: 
The course structure is more like a research class offered in the College at KU. It claims to be a course that helps the student get started on his/her dissertation. I don't think this would serve our students well.
Course Prefix: 
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
No Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Social Media Marketing: Contexts and Strategies
CMCU9SM
This course counts as both JOUR 409 (3 credits) AND JOUR 409 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Private Notes/Additional Information: 
This course reads like a very introductory social media marketing course. Otherwise I (Hyunjin) would have listed JOUR 615 as an equivalent.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Understanding Audiences
FMSU9U4
This course counts as both JOUR 409 (3 credits) AND JOUR 409 (2 credits) for a total of 5 credits.
Private Notes/Additional Information: 
This course covers some aspects of JOUR 460 and JOUR 320. However, it is narrowly focused on audience research.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
See Note
Introduction to Modern Poetry
CSTU 936
This course counts as both ENGL 479 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Creative Writing II
ENGU 9C2
This course counts as both ENGL 552 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Restoration and Eighteenth Century 1660-1790
ENGU 9HB
This course counts as both ENGL 312 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Victorian Literature and Culture
ENGU 9HD
This course counts as both ENGL 655 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Language and Linguistics I - Rotten English: Voicing Differences in Poetry, Prose and Film
ENGU 9L1
This course counts as both ENGL 479 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Nations and Traditions I - British Children's Literature, 1850 to the Present Day
ENGU 9N1
This course counts as both ENGL 466 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Nations and Traditions 2
ENGU 9N2
This course counts as both ENGL 302 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Special Author(s)
ENGU 9S1
This course counts as both ENGL 331 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Writing and History: Scotland and Empire
ENGU 9WH
This course counts as both ENGL 302 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Writing and History: Scotland and Empire
ENGU 9WH
This course counts as both ENGL 522 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Writing and Identity
ENGU 9WI
This course counts as both ENGL 479 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Writing and Language
ENGU 9WL
This course counts as both ENGL 380 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
5
Breif Encounters: An Introduction to Writing Short Stories
ISS 9BE
This course counts as both ENGL 351 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3
Monsters and Vampires: The Impact of British Gothic on Contemporary Popular Culture
ISS 9MV
This course counts as both ENGL 302 (3) AND ENGL 495 (2) for a total of 5 credits.
Course Prefix: 
Language of Instruction: 
English
Date Reviewed: 
Spring 2017
Equivalency Valid Until: 
Spring 2022
Status: 
APPROVED Equivalency
KU Credit Hours: 
3

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Deadlines extended for selected Winter Break, Spring Break, and Spring semester-long study abroad programs! See below for full list of programs: 

Programs with Extended Deadlines (PDF)

 

Study Abroad Financial Advising
The Office of Study Abroad has weekly 'You Can Afford to Study Abroad' Financial aid and Scholarship Info Sessions/Open Meetings on Wednesday afternoons from 4:00-5:00 pm and Thursday afternoons from 12:30-1:30 pm in room 203 Lippincott Hall.  For those that can not attend the weekly Info Sessions, we also offer individualized study abroad financial planning as well as financial aid and scholarship advising for students.  Please visit 108 Lippincott Hall or call 785-864-3742 to set up an appointment.

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9th among public universities in the country for high quality, low cost study abroad programs — U.S. News & World Report
Longest-running exchange program in Western Hemisphere (begun in 1958) between KU and University of Costa Rica
17th in the nation among public universities for undergraduate participation in study abroad — Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange
1,357 KU students participated in international study, internship, and research programs in 2011-12
Nearly 25 percent of KU undergraduate students participate in a study abroad program prior to graduation
KU students who study abroad graduate in four years at twice the rate of students who do not study abroad
More than 130 study abroad programs in 75 countries, with instruction in all disciplines and 20+ languages
Students can study abroad for an academic year, semester, summer, spring break, or winter break
Programs include international study, internships, service, and research opportunities
Students participating in semester, academic year, and select summer programs fulfill Goal 4.2 of the KU Core curriculum
Students can fulfill major, minor, certificate, elective, and KU Core curriculum requirements abroad
Programs are available for students in every major at KU
Financial aid is applicable to study abroad programs, and most KU scholarships and grants can be applied to study abroad
The Office of Study Abroad and many academic departments offer scholarships to qualified KU students
By studying abroad, students gain a global perspective on the world and strengthen their career opportunities
One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities
44 nationally ranked graduate programs.
—U.S. News & World Report
Top 50 nationwide for size of library collection.
—ALA
23rd nationwide for service to veterans —"Best for Vets," Military Times