ASF Spotlight on Scotland’s Remote learning opportunities
How often we hear from ASF Members and friends how they wish they had studied in Scotland – or could do so – but life has now made that impossible.
No longer true. Remote learning has changed all that. Members of the ASF team have in recent years been undertaking several courses — and ASF as a bridge between the US and Scotland will in the coming weeks spotlight courses from partners and associates we feel you may enjoy
Whether you are looking to deepen your understanding of a subject or earn earn a professional or academic credential–a certificate for professional development receive college credit for a degree—these classes, taught by leading universities, are knowledge packed and fun!
June Spotlight: Highlands and Islands from Gaelic to Music and Archaeology from your Home.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has 13 colleges spread across the Highland and Islands of Scotland – from Shetland, to Orkney to Lewis and Skye. UHI offers a wide range of remote learning courses without you having to leave your home.
From Gaelic language to traditional music, to courses in Scottish History and Heritage
Degree and Certificate courses range from a year to four and the next online terms begin August/September 2020
Gaelic Traditional Music History Genealogical Journey Archaeology and much more
The topics covered will include the cultural reputation of Robert Burns as patriot, lover, and man of the people, as well as as poet and songwriter, Major works such as ‘Scots Wha Hae’, ‘Ae Fond Kiss’, ‘A Man’s a Man’, ‘The Vision’, and ‘Auld Lang Syne’, the commemoration of Burns in material culture, and the international celebrity and legacy of Burns.
There are no requirements to take the course – except for your love of Burns … and perfect for those with an interest in Robert Burns, Scottish history, poetry, song and culture. Click here to start today, https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/robert-burns