University of Glasgow

United Kingdom

Glasgow, established 560 years ago, is Scotland's second oldest university, the UK's fourth oldest, and an important pillar of Scotland's biggest city.

As well as excellent teaching and a worldwide reputation, students enjoy a compact campus at the heart of the city's stylish West End. A flexible system of study means that those who aren't studying for a professional degree can make the final decision about their honours subject/s at the end of the second year.

The university's alumni includes seven Nobel laureates and two British Prime Ministers.

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 Our campuses

Gilmorehill campus is the main campus at the University of Strathclyde. Most university facilities can be found in this campus, and it is close to the Glasgow city centre, which is confident and dynamic city that has reinvented itself in recent years. In 2009 Glasgow was named the UK's first Unesco City of Music, and it hosted the Commonwealth Games in the summer of 2014. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.

The school of veterinary medicine is located in the leafy surrounds of Garscube Estate, around two miles (3 km) west of the main campus. The sports ground and associated facilities as well as student halls of residence can also be found here. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.

The Crichton campus, designed to meet the needs for tertiary education in an area far from major concentrations of population, is operated jointly by the University of Glasgow, the University of the West of Scotland and the Open University. It offers a modular undergraduate curriculum, leading to one of a small number of liberal arts degrees, as well as providing the region's only access to postgraduate study. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.

The Glasgow Dental Hospital and School is a dental teaching hospital, situated in the Garnethill area of the city centre of Glasgow, Scotland. Dental students have been educated in Glasgow since 1879, and the Dental School began issuing the Bachelor of Dental Surgery Degree of the University of Glasgow in 1948. The current hospital is based in a 1931 Art Deco building on Renfrew Street. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.

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Year
Founded
1451
Student
Population
22856
Staff
Population
1465
Male to Female
Ratio
43 : 57
International
Students
32%
Hotline
+65 6333 1300
Glasgow@therightu.com
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Accredited subjects
Strengths
Dentistry
CUG Dentistry
1st
Education
CUG Education
1st
Nursing & Health Science
CUG Nursing
1st
Performing Arts
CUG Drama, Dance & Cinematics
1st
Veterinary Science
CUG Veterinary Medicine
1st
Accounting & Finance
CUG Accounting & Finance
2nd
Civil Engineering
The Times Civil Engineering
2nd
Medicine
The Times Medicine
2nd
Scholarships
British Council IELTS Prize
Up to $60000 for tuition
6 available
British Council IELTS Prize
Up to £40000 for tuition
6 available
British Chevening Scholarships
100% for tuition and living expenses
Limited quantity
UNESCO Fellowship Programmes
Up to 100% for tuition and living expenses
Limited quantity
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Notable Alumni

Douglas Jardine Flint Chairman, HSBC bank
Douglas Jardine Flint is a British banking businessman. He is currently the Group Chairman of HSBC bank, the biggest bank in Europe. Flint graduated with a bachelor's degree with honours in Accounting from the University of Glasgow.

George William Gray Inventor, LCD screen
George William Gray was a Professor of Organic Chemistry who was instrumental in developing the long-lasting materials which made liquid crystal displays possible. He completed his undergraduate at University of Glasgow in 1946
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