Welcome! To the Bader International Study Centre The international campus of Queen's University, Canada, based at Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex, United Kingdom. Set in the heart of the English countryside, the Herstmonceux Castle estate consists of over 550 acres of rolling Sussex landscape, and provides the backdrop for a truly unique Study Abroad experience.
Leave the classroom behind Learn By Going! Our exciting Experiential Learning Opportunities are a feature of every program that we offer. Visit museums, galleries, or take a guided tour through the streets of London: take part in multiple field studies, turn theory into practice, and be active in your own learning.
Choose the program that suits you A Diverse Course Offering With a range of programs exploring subjects such as engineering, commerce, music, history, and science, there's a program for you! All students benefit from our small class sizes and personal contact with our professors.
A vibrant, friendly campus Your Study Abroad Starts Now All BISC students live on the castle estate itself in our Hall of Residence, Bader Hall. Student Services staff also live on site and help to cultivate an inclusive and supportive student community. With over 30 ratified student clubs, there's no excuse not to get involved! #BISCLife
Welcome to Your Castle Campus The 15th century castle of Herstmonceux will be your classroom. Nestled in the English countryside, with easy transport links to London and Brighton, the BISC is your gateway to the UK and beyond. Apply today!
Exciting Mid-Term Trips Your Gateway To Adventure Around the UK, or on the continent, the midterm trips are an outstanding, extended opportunity for you to explore global political, cultural and historical sites of interest. Examine primary sources first-hand! You will have the opportunity to visit sites relating to your courses as well as time to explore on your own.
A Queen's education A unique Study Abroad opportunity The First Year Program at the BISC offers Arts, Science and Con-Ed streams. Upper Year students can take advantage of more than 60 carefully curated courses that are applicable to a variety of Majors.