The Nisbet Honors Program is a member of the Principia Consortium, a group of only 23 honors programs in the nation who are permitted to send honors students to the special honors study abroad program at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. Other members of the consortium include Gonzaga University, Rutgers University, and Creighton University.
After receiving approval from Converse’s program directors, Converse honors students may enroll online for fall semester at Glasgow. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested in studying abroad at Glasgow next fall should contact Dr. Laura Brown by email or call her at 864.596.9690 for more information. Learn more about studying abroad at the University of Glasgow.
The University of Glasgow At a Glance:
- Founded in 1451
- An internationally recognized institution with prestigious programs in the sciences and humanities.
- One of the best universities to study the sciences in Western Europe
- Premedical students can take anatomy with a world-renowned anatomy professor and dissect human corpses, which is not usually an option for undergraduate students.
- Second-level courses are taught in the Faculty of Biomedical and Life Sciences.
- If you’re not interested in the sciences, then additional subject areas are available as well.
- Service learning, performing arts courses, business, art courses, and liberal arts courses are also available through The Glasgow School of Art.