Summer Programming for 2020
In the light of the rapidly changing coronavirus COVID-19, Queen’s University has decided that all summer 2020 programming at the Bader International Study Centre has been cancelled. Queen’s University administrators have been actively monitoring reports on the evolving outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 and taking direction from Public Health and Global Affairs Canada. Protecting the health and safety of our students, staff, and faculty is our primary concern.
If you have registered for one of our summer programs, your registration will be automatically cancelled, and you will be removed from your registered BISC courses. If you have applied to one of our summer programs, your application will be automatically cancelled. No further action will be needed on your part. Queen’s will be offering summer online courses for students to engage in distance learning. More information can be found at https://www.queensu.ca/academics/onlinelearning.
Courses in this program can be used to satisfy plan requirements for Queen's DRAM, MUSC and MUTH plans. All students take MUTH 271 and have the option of taking DRAM 273 or MUSC 272.
- Course offerings are subject to change for reasons including, but not limited to, enrolment numbers. Students will have access to academic advising services if changes impact their course selections.
- Experiential Learning Opportunities and mid-term trip are indicative and may change subject to operational and/or academic requirements.
- Queen's students: Grades will show on your Queen's University transcript and count towards your CUM GPA.
- Non-Queen's students: Following the grade release date you can request a transcript from the University Registrar. Transcripts will be sent automatically to students from partner universities.