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Bader International Study Centre

This is the educational experience you’ve been waiting for…

Surround yourself with towers, turrets and Queen’s tradition of academic excellence. The Bader International Study Centre, located at Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex, England, offers a dynamic educational experience, combining a historic campus centered around a 15th-century castle with small class sizes and Queen’s world-class faculty and programs.

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    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo - from above]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo - grounds]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo - students outside]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo - Globe Theatre]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo - archeological dig]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
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    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
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    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
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    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo - in France]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo outside]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo - architecture]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.
  • [BISC photo - celebration]
    Queen's Bader International Study Centre: Where small class sizes, integrated hands-on field studies, primary research-based projects, and a diverse faculty and student population set the foundation for innovative learning.

You’ll interact with your professors in class and out, foster strong ties with your peers and experience a deep sense of community forged by sharing this very special journey with a very special – and small – group of likeminded students.

Your Queen’s studies will be imbued and enriched by this magical place; its history and presence are inescapable.

Who can study at the Castle?

First-Year Program: A great way to transition from high school to university, this full-year program provides rich academic and co-curricular learning opportunities. Start your university studies at the Castle and return to Queen’s in Kingston in second year. Choose first-year arts, first-year science, or first-year concurrent education.

Upper-Year Program: Open to students worldwide, including those from more than 35 international and domestic partner schools. Learning is hands-on and diverse.

Global Law Program (postgraduate): Student may enrol in either International Business Law or Public International Law.

Partners: A number of institutions around the world have agreements with the BISC which allow their students to attend the Castle for Queen's upper-year programs.

Summer School: For six weeks (beginning in May each year), students can study a range of courses that include high interaction with faculty, integrated field studies, and a trip.

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