Equine Studies 2015 Past Review

By (Equine Studies, Missouri State University) - abroad from 05/23/2015 to 06/20/2015 with

Adelante: Edinburgh - Equine Summer Program in Scotland

What did you gain/learn from your experience abroad? Was it worthwhile?
I learned so much about horses, as well as the Scottish people and customs.

Personal Information

How much international exposure did you have prior to this program? None

Review Your Program

* Overall educational experience

Academic rigor, intensity, resources, etc.

* Host Country Program Administration

On-site administration of your program

* Housing:

How satisfied were you with your living arrangements?

* Food:

* Social & Cultural Integration:

How integrated did you feel with the local culture?

* Health Care:

How well were health issues addressed during the program?

* Safety:

If you could do it all over again would you choose the same program? Yes


* Money: How easily were you able to live on a student's budget?

(1 = not very easy/$200+ on food & personal expenses/week, 2.5 = $100/week, 5 = very easily/minimal cost)


* Did your program have a foreign language component? Yes

Other Program Information

* Where did you live?

Select all that apply

  • Dorm
* Who did you live with?

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  • Americans
* Who did you take classes with?

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  • Americans
About how many local friends did you make that you will likely keep in touch with?

A Look Back

* What did you like most about the program?
  • Sightseeing
  • Meeting new people
  • Learning
* What could be improved?
  • Dorm/flat cleanliness
* What do you know now that you wish you knew before going on this program? Not all of the horses at Oatridge are top notch eventing horses. Some of them are old and must be treated carefully.

Reasons For Studying Abroad

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The Academic or Linguist
You went abroad with specific academic goals in mind; the program credentials and rigor of your coursework abroad were very important to you. You had a great time abroad, but never lost sight of your studies and (if applicable) were diligent with your foreign language study. Good for you!

Individual Course Reviews

Course Name/Rating:

Equine Anatomy & Physiology

Course Department:
Instructor: Lousie Bulmer
Instruction Language: English
Credit Transfer Issues:
Course Name/Rating:

Equine Healgh & Fitness

Course Department:
Instructor: Gillian Turnbull
Instruction Language: English
Credit Transfer Issues: