We're a leading international technological University located in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland's biggest city. Our commitment to useful learning guides our research, our learning and teaching and the way we work with businesses and organisations. Whether you're an undergraduate, postgraduate or research student, we've got a wide range of courses to fit your needs.
We provide accommodation for every eligible new student who lives 25 miles outside of the city centre.
Over 200 undergraduate programs are available in Science, Engineering, Business, Humanities, and Social Science.
From the day you arrive at Strathclyde until graduation and beyond, the Careers Service is here to help. If you're looking for a job or want to move into postgraduate study, we'll be happy to support you. We have great links with industry and are always working with a wide range of employers. We advertise vacancies and even have employers come in to present to our students here on campus. As a student we'll offer you one-to-one advice including practice interviews and CV checks. We also offer a drop-in service and you'll have the chance to attend a range of events, including careers fairs and the Scottish Graduate Fair, which is organised by Strathclyde.
Our facilities include a cardio vascular suite, 18m swimming pool, dance studio, squash courts and sports hall for activities such as football, badminton, volleyball and basketball.
Studying at Strathclyde is a fantastic experience for our students. In addition to studies, there are a host of clubs and societies to join, volunteering opportunities and there's always an event taking place on campus.
There are over 130 Clubs & Societies If you can't find something for you, then you can start your own - it's really simple! All you need is 10 interested members and to have completed both our online Club Registration Form and Membership List Form. Only Club Presidents can submit these forms, they will then be presented to the Clubs & Socieites Exec Committee meeting (these take place fortnightly during term term) for affiliation. Activities staff are more than happy to help with any questions you may have and to support you from start to finish, so what's stopping you?
The University provides the vast majority of users with access to its networking infrastructure at a bandwidth of 100 Mbits per second (Mb/s). Most buildings are interconnected by links running at least 1Gb/s. The University has invested heavily in its edge network, ensuring that the cabling to staff offices and laboratories is modern and of high quality, and that the network hardware is capable enough to satisfy the demands of the teaching and research community.
Our campus is based right in the very heart of Glasgow. National Geographic named Glasgow as one of its 'Best of the World' destinations, while Rough Guide readers have voted Glasgow the world’s friendliest city! We're in the city centre, next to the Merchant City, both of which are great locations for sightseeing, shopping and socialising alongside your studies.
We’re committed to providing an inclusive learning and working environment for people with disabilities or those who need additional support for learning. If you have, or think you have, a disability or need additional support for learning we encourage you to let us know as soon as possible.
We have partnerships with other leading universities, businesses and public sector agencies. We're a founding member of the first international Max Planck Partnership, which is boosting the development of quantum technologies and fundamental science. We're helping to shape the scientific priorities of the UK in a partnership with the University of Surrey, the UK government and the National Physical Laboratory. And we're the exclusive European partner university for the South Korean government's global research and commercialisation programme.
We've a thriving international community at the University of Strathclyde, with students coming here to study from countries across the world.
Visit Strathclyde days take place throughout the year and include campus tours and time for questions with our Education Liaison Team. You can also visit the campus at your leisure and enjoy a campus tour podcast. Our staff also attend careers conventions and Higher Education events across the UK throughout the year. Take a look at our visiting opportunities page to find out more.
Modified on December 19, 2017