Apply for Short Courses and Summer Schools
To apply for any short course you must complete a short online application
form. Simply find the course you are interested in from the menu on the left and select the link to
'Book on event' and follow the online instructions to book your place.
You will be required to fill in some personal details, such as your address and any relevant medical conditions, and you might also be asked to state why you wish to join the course. Before applying to any of our courses please make sure that you read carefully our terms and conditions for all short courses.
Please note that we have an open access policy for all of our weekly classes and the majority of our other short courses.* We look forward to working with all ages, stages and abilities and people from different cultures and backgrounds. Places in most of our classes are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. All that we ask from students is that they have enthusiasm and energy and will commit for the duration of the course described.
*For some of our projects we reserve the right to audition or interview.
Paying for your Course
You can pay online for your short course. Once you have completed your application form, you will be given payment options. To pay online, select this payment option and proceed to enter your payment details. Alternatively, should you wish to pay by card over the telephone, you can contact the Short Courses team on 0141 270 8213.
To pay by cash or cheque please contact us on 0141 270 8213 or email@example.com and we will advise where to send the payment and our opening hours to receive cash payments.
Coming to Glasgow?
If you are coming from abroad or outwith Glasgow to take part in a summer school,
you can find more information about travel, accommodation and social activities surrounding the
Please remember if you are applying for a summer school which takes places during the Commonwealth Games (23 July - 3 August 2014) to organise your accommodation as soon as possible. It is likely that visitors to Glasgow for the Games will significantly reduce availabe rooms in the city at this time.