UEC Scotland Forum
this online forum, my students now have a voice to express their
views about different countries and/or share their overseas travels
with the online community.
First stop was America.
Then Saudi Arabia, Canada, England,
Switzerland, Singapore, Russia,
South Africa, New Zealand, Brazil, and Scotland (this page).
And so on,
over the world, in accordance with the
list of countries at the bottom of this page!
Please share your opinions below. It'll be a
pleasure to hear your input. And by all means, be sure to
comment on and rate the other students' comments as well.
Please share your views about Scotland!
Are you a university student and have a great story about Scotland? Have you ever traveled there before? Do you have a Scottish friend? Any opinions about the interesting Scottish culture, like their whiskey, bagpipes, or clothes, like the kilt?
Please share your views about what you like or dislike about Scotland !
What Other University Students Have Said
Click below to see contributions from other university students...
The location of Scotland is north of England. There are some people who think they can't see the aurora. However, on 22 January 2012, people who live there …
"Every man dies, not every man really lives."
Whenever thinking of Scotland, I am shocked by the braveness and justice of William …
Scottish kilt and bagpipes
Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom, occupying the northern third of the island of Great Britain.
One of the famous specialties …
Because of not going to another country, I don't know Scotland. However, when I was 15 years old, I had a class called world history. It was very interesting …
Skirts and castles
The Scotland skirt is one of the most famous things about Scotland in the world I think. It's not just famous for Scotland bagpipes, but also famous for …
A sport of Scotland
Scotland is one of the most famous places thought as the birthplace of golf. St. Andrews in Scotland is yearned for by golfers all over the world. The …
Scotland Skirt for Men
Scotland is one of the four areas of Britain and is located in the British Isles. It has a population of nearly 511 million. The unique highland scenery, …
Landscapes of Scotland
Today I was reading about Scotland and I think it's one of the most wonderful countries in the world!!!!
Light illuminates its ancient mountains …
The beautiful castle in Scotland
Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. The city has a perfect atmosphere and a mythical ambience among parks and old and new buildings that are the …
The United Kingdom is one of the areas which I want to visit in the future. Especially, Scotland is a beautiful place in the UK. Now, I will introduce …
Scent of Celtics...
Every time I heard the word "Scot," then came the sound of Scottish pipes, an image of deep red-green colored checker pattern cloth, and a scenery of …
Experience the Scotland romance
Scotland is a place filled with romance, and when you come to Scotland, the place that you can't miss is Edinburgh. It is a world famous tourism city. …
Scotland is home to many unique things. Bagpipes, kilts, haggis, and of course the giant mythical (depending on your belief) beast, Nessie......also known …
Nostalgia - Music in Scotland
What makes me feel nostalgic is the sound of...
The Great Highland Bagpipe, which is the most well-played bagpipe in Scotland. It is a traditional …
Freedom represented by Scotland
Scotland is a famous place, particularly on how to behave bravely. "Brave Heart" is my favorite film because the scene is played in Scotland and the hero …
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