International Programs Office

International Programs Office

International Programs Office

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The Bader International Study Centre

Study abroad in the UK with Queen’s

Featuring an average class size of 10 students and integrated field studies for a unique and academically enriching experience, the Bader International Study Centre (BISC) offers Upper Year students the opportunity to earn Queen's credits in a safe, international setting.

Courses focus on British, European and International themes, and are open to all students attending Queen's University as well as students from other post-secondary institutions. 

 

 Program

 Semester

 Number of   Units

 Mid-Term Trip Destination

Relevant Majors

General Upper Year

 Fall

15.0

Edinburgh and Northern England

Any

General Upper Year 

 Winter

 15.0

Paris

Any, HIST, PSYC, HLTH

Castle Summer+

 Summer

 9.0

London

Any

International Law and Politics

 Winter

 15.0

France and Germany

HIST, POLS, SOCY, DEVS

Interdisciplinary Studies in Global Health and Disability 

 Summer 

 9.0

Geneva, Lyon, Cambridge, London

BIOL, HLTH, KNPE, PHED

Medieval Theatre

Summer (August)

 6.0

N/A 

DRAM, ENGL, MDVL, MUSC

Please note

  • Mid-term trip destinations may vary based on operational and academic requirements; length varies by program and semester.
  • "Relevant majors" are advisory only - students in any discipline who meet the program requirements may apply.

How You’ll Learn

  • Experiential and active learning
  • Small class sizes
  • Like-minded peers
  • Strong instructor-student support

Fees: What’s Included

  • Tuition
  • Experiential Learning Opportunities
  • Mid-term trip
  • Residence and meal plan
  • Access to BISC facilities and services
  • Regular trips around Sussex and nearby area
  • Transfers to and from London Heathrow (restrictions apply)

Eligibility and Timing

  • 1.6 GPA or higher
  • Good academic standing
  • Must be Level 2 standing or above (i.e., completed First Year by the time the program starts)
  • No LOP or credit transfer required
  • Some programs may have additional requirements