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Winter 2016 Arrivals Details

Arrivals and Departures Policy Updates

Please note that the Arrivals and Departures Policy has been updated. Students travelling to the BISC in Winter 2016 should please take note of the changes. These updates simplify the changes made prior to the 2015-16 academic year.


Airport transfers are offered on set days only and are not guaranteed at other times. In order to reserve a seat on the transfer coach from the airport you should ensure that you arrive at the airport on the official arrival day.


Research and Publication News - Dr. Rachael Johnstone

Dr Rachael Johnstone of the Bader International Study Centre has recently published a blog on the IPAC Impact Forum. The forum is for ‘pracademics’ to discuss politics, policy, and public administration. Comments from public servants, academics, students, and all others are encouraged.

The blog provides three key facts about Abortion Access in Canada, and exposes three popular misconceptions about abortion access as nothing but myth!

Read the full blog here

Research and Publication News - Dr. Shannon Smith

This weekend sees the culmination of a two-year-long research project by Dr. Shannon Smith of The Bader International Study Centre.

Dr. Smith, Assistant Professor of English Literature at the Institute, has been volunteering as a dramaturge and historical consultant for a production of two rarely seen Victorian comedies – ‘The Game of Speculation’ and ‘Box and Cox ‘— at the Stables Theatre, Hastings, since 2013.

Explore Newsletter - June 24 Edition

Explore Newsletter - June 24th Edition

What an amazing summer term here for everyone at the BISC! You will be leaving the Castle over the next two weeks and we want you to know you will be sorely missed here. This is a once in a lifetime experience and we hope that you’ve been able to do everything you could have possibly imagined and more since you first arrived here in May. Remember: you’re always welcome back.

Explore Newsletter - June 17 Edition

Explore Newsletter - June 17th Edition

This week is all about returning home. The law students returned home to the Castle after an exciting week abroad visiting Paris, The Hague and Geneva. For all the undergraduate students out there, you may be leaving the country and going back home for the summer. We have had a wonderful time getting to know all of you, and we hope that this experience has been an unforgettable one. You are all going on to great things and we hope to see you again soon.