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Glasgow is a vibrant destination that's full of energy. It's also known as the style capital of Scotland, with its tiny art-deco restaurants, stylish boutiques and cultural centers. Glasgow has more than 30 museums and galleries as well as an extensive annual program of scenic arts and festivals. Each year the International Jazz Festival and Celtic Connections- the biggest winter festival of Celtic music and culture.
The school is located in the center of the city and just a five-minute walk from the the metro. Since 1997, the school - accredited by the British Council - welcomes over students from over 75 countries. Along with classrooms, the school has a student lounge, a bookstore and a computer lab. It also has Wi-Fi wireless internet.
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The student will stay with the family deemed most compatible by the Housing Coordinator according to the student's profile. Students will stay in single rooms with a partial board meal plan.
There is a variety of residences from which the student can choose according to their priorities and the duration of their chosen program. In all of the residences students will stay in a single room with kitchen facilities. The residences are located a short walk or bus-ride from the school.
Glasgow has often been described as the prettiest Victorian city. The city's history is very much linked to its enterprising and commercial spirit. The wealth amassed during the 18th century with the trans-Atlantic industry sparked the construction of magnificent buildings that have since become symbols of the city. However, the city is most known for the "Glasgow-style" Art Nouveau. Don't miss the Lighthouse to learn about the history of Charles Rennie Macintosh, an architect, designer and son of the city. Other must-see sights are the Paisley Abbey and the cathedral. Finally, don't pass up the chance to spend a weekend in Edinburgh.
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