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  • Locations: Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Fall
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  • Budget Sheets: Fall
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Open to Non-Duke Students: Yes Language of Instruction: English
Program Advisor: Carolyn Covalt Minimum Class Level: Junior
Minimum GPA: 3.0 Course Load: 4 course credits/semester
Additional Program Prerequisites: Completion of PUBPOL 155D and two of the other PUBPOL core courses Language Requirement: None
Areas of Study: Art History, Arts and Media, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Biophysics, Chemistry, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Classical Studies, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Cultural Anthropology, Documentary Studies, Earth and Ocean Sciences, Economics, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Engineering, English, Environmental Science and Policy, Evolutionary Anthropology, Finance, Gender Sexuality and Feminist Studies, Global Cultural Studies, Global Health, Health Policy, History, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, International Comparative Studies, Linguistics, Literature, Markets and Management Studies, Mechanical Engineering, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology and Neuroscience, Public Policy, Religious Studies, Social Sciences, Sociology, Statistical Science, Theater Studies Duke Administered Program?: Yes
Program Description:

The Public Policy Studies study-abroad program with the University of Glasgow was initiated in 1982 by Institute Founding Director Joel Fleishman. It is a unique and highly popular feature of the Public Policy major.

Each fall a seminar-size contingent of students travels to Scotland to study policy issues at a university historically esteemed for its contributions to political economy and moral philosophy (Adam Smith called Glasgow home). More recently, the university has also become noted in such applied areas as social administration, international law, and urban planning.

Students may go to Glasgow in the fall of either their junior or senior year. Students from all majors are welcome to apply. Public Policy Studies majors must complete PUBPOL 155 and two PUBPOL core courses in order to participate in this program. These requirements are waived for non-PUBPOL majors.

This program is currently not accepting applications.