A semester-long program open to juniors in arts and letters and those majoring in computing engineering. The University of St. Andrews was founded around 1411 and bears the distinction of being Scotland’s oldest and most prestigious university, ranking consistently among the United Kingdom’s top five universities. Today, it is one of the few universities still fully integrated with its medieval city, where students and scholars from around the world experience the latest in teaching and research in the midst of medieval ruins, centuries-old stone houses, and the world’s most famous golf course. Students generally enroll in two or three modules for a combination of 60 credits, which transfer as 15 Notre Dame semester credits. The program starts during the Candlemas, or spring term, in late January. Notre Dame students will have the opportunity to study, live, and eat in the same residence halls, and participate in the same social, cultural, athletic, sporting, and academic extracurricular activities as their Scottish counterparts. The present university town of St. Andrews, established around 1140 A.D., overlooks the North Sea and is located about 45 miles from Edinburgh on the east coast of Scotland.
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