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Bader International Study Centre

Imagine a 15th-century castle is your home and Europe is your classroom…

Not your normal university experience, the Bader International Study Centre (BISC) at Herstmonceux Castle, England, is a fusion of history and innovation. The setting is a picturesque 15th-century castle; our focus is on developing students who will be prepared to lead in the 21st century.

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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.
  • [BISC photo - biology field study]
    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.

Located in the heart of East Sussex (just south of London), the BISC is a home-away-from-home where students from all over the world share an unparalleled educational experience, enhanced by the rich historical and multicultural possibilities of the surrounding area and across the Channel. Come study at "the Castle," Queen's campus in the UK!

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.

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): Up to 25 students 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 starting in May, students can study a range of courses that include high interaction with faculty, integrated field studies, and a trip.