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The real pride of Scotland is its universities

Posted on March 23, 2016
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With universities going back a thousand years, Scotland claims of ‘ground breaking’ examination from gravitational-wave identification to the foundations of present day financial matters, rationality and industry, makes education in its universities a top draw for students.

There isn’t anything unexpected that such noteworthy declarations were made by Scottish universities, as they were just proceeding with a custom that has been noticeable throughout global education community for a long time, of attempting to discover responses to important issues.

The bud of Scotland bloomed in the eighteenth century with the Scottish Enlightenment;, it flourished in past times with individuals, for example, John Napier, the creator of algorithms, and John Wedderburn, a contemporary and companion of Galileo. On a parallel intellectual exploration were theorists propagating social theories in politics, sociology, economics and philosophy. The onset of the Age of Enlightenment saw Scotland proceed with a long custom of education and research for which its universities were at the front line, the framework on which it was manufactured.

Famous names from Scottish universities who came to be known for the advancement of reason for mankind: economist Adam Smith, architected Robert Adam and philosopher David Hume to give some examples.

At the cutting edge of this accomplishment were Scotland’s universities: Edinburgh, St. Andrews, the Aberdeen schools of King’s and Marischal College (University of Aberdeen) and Glasgow.

The age of enlightenment brought about continuous debate in all streams of thought, influencing greats like Spinoza, Descartes, Pope, John Locke, Francis Bacon, Simon Bolivar & most recently, Professor Peter Biggs of the Edinburgh University.

Taking everything into account, Scotland has more world-class universities per head of populace any other country. Scottish universities and students have gone on to change the world for more than a thousand years.

So, if you are looking to study in any of Scotland’s prestigious universities, please fill our enquiry form so that one of our consultants will reach you to entertain your queries.

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