Founded in 1451 by the papal bull, Glasgow University is the fourth-oldest college in the English-speaking globe and one of Scotland's four oldest colleges. The University, along with the colleges of Edinburgh, Aberdeen and St Andrews, were established as part of the Scottish Enlightenment during the 18th century. The university is a member of the renowned Russell Group, an association of major British organizations in the field of teaching an
Most courses at University of Glasgow have the following minimum language requirements. We advise you always check the exact entry requirements before apply to any course, don't forget we are always on hand to help.
The nearest airport is Glasgow International Airport.
Glasgow is a warm and inviting city and the university encourages it's students to immerse itself in the city and Scotland's rich heritage. As one of the most affordable and friendly cities in the world, it is a popular destination for international students. The campus of the university is nestled next to the city's West End, giving easy access to a diverse range of cafes, bars, restaurants, vintage boutiques and cultural attractions. Only a
Adam Smith (economist), Nicola Sturgeon (politician), Gerard Butler (lawyer/actor), Aamer Anwar (lawyer), Jocelyn Bell Burnell (astrophysicist), John Logie Baird (inventor/engineer)