ISSOS St Andrews

Based in the Royal Burgh of St Andrews, the home of golf and the oldest seat of learning in Scotland, ISSOS, St Andrews provides a unique environment for our students’ international summer experience.


International Summer School – St Andrews

The exclusive ISSOS summer school program offers high school students (aged 13-18) from over 70 nationalities the opportunity to combine learning, creative enrichment and action-packed adventure in the historic and picturesque university town of St Andrews. Our three week program welcomes students from all over the world and mixes native and non-native English speakers, limiting the number of students from one nationality to 10% in order to guarantee a truly international experience.

Students choose from a variety of academic and elective subjects that are taught by highly qualified professionals and benefit from a full activities, cultural trips and workshops program. In addition students are well supervised by a team of summer school counselors who make sure students are safe and happy at all times as well as making sure the summer school is fun, full of laughter and that all students make friends from around the world. See below for a lits of academic and elective programs offered in St Andrews.


St Andrews

The town of St Andrews is packed with history, tradition and culture and the golden beaches of this idyllic coastal location provide not only a unique and breathtaking backdrop but also a stimulating, exciting and, above all, safe environment for students to spend their summer.

St Andrews in Scotland is a fascinating town internationally renowned as the home of golf and every year, thousands of golfers and tourists travel to St Andrews to behold the world famous Old Course and Royal and Ancient Golf Club and to experience and admire some of the most famous golf courses in the world.

St Andrews is also home to Scotland’s oldest university, founded in 1412. The elegant, ivy-clad buildings and delightful quadrangles and gardens of St Andrews University have seen a procession of famous graduates, including John Knox and John Napier – and, more recently, Prince William.


2019 Dates

Session One: 30 June – 21 July 2019

Session Two: 24 July – 14 August 2019