Over the last five centuries and more, we’ve constantly worked to push the boundaries of what’s possible. We’ve fostered the talents of seven Nobel laureates, two Prime Ministers and Scotland’s inaugural First Minister. We’ve welcomed Albert Einstein to give a lecture on the origins of the general theory of relativity.
The University of Glasgow offers a range of online postgraduate programmes and short courses as well as free MOOCs (massive online open courses).
Our Research Beacons are cross-disciplinary areas of excellence that bring together inspiring researchers to address grand challenges.
Our world-leading biomedical researchers are at the forefront of developing new treatments and diagnostics for chronic diseases including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, arthritis and stroke, and our research informs policies and practices to improve individual and population health, and reduce inequalities.
Your career journey is unique, and we encourage you to engage in career thinking early to understand your own preferences, explore career paths and develop your skills and experience. The guide can help you to get started.
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The University of Glasgow's Campus Development programme is a 21 billion investment in our estate over ten years to expand our world class campus and facilities.
We are redeveloping the 14 acre site of the former Western Infirmary to build a mix of modern research, teaching and public spaces.
Our Campus Development Programme will mean the University remains a centre for world-renowned research as well as a vibrant community hub and centre for public engagement
The Library is supported by Central Services. The University Library has 2,546 student study space with over 800 computers all with wi-fi access. Online access is available 24/7. A collection of over 1.5 million books and access to over 31,000 journals
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The Health, Safety & Wellbeing, committed to ensuring that working and studying at the University of Glasgow is as healthy, safe and beneficial for your overall wellbeing, and that of the environment, as possible. We have a variety of professional and clinical specialists who can offer you a range of advice, guidance, training and clinical services.
We have three friendly student residences in Dumfries, all open to undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Dumfries Campus.
The Dumfries Hall is ten minutes walk from the main teaching buildings, at the edge of the campus.
Brooke House and Laurieknowe are closer to Dumfries town centre.
All our residences offer modern, self-catering accommodation made up of spacious single, en-suite study bedrooms.
The SRC’s main responsibility is to represent the students of the University, and this means all students. Whether you are a mature student, an international student, part-time, doing a post-graduate qualification or straight from school, the SRC works for your interests.
The SRC is a student-led organisation, run by a council which includes 30 student members and an executive formed by sabbatical and non-sabbatical officers. All registered students of the University have the right to vote and can stand for elections, which usually take place in October and March every year.
I am currently doing my masters in immunology and inflammatory diseases in university of Glasgow. my overall experience from this university is very interesting. I have taken up modules like innate immunity, T and B cell development, antibodies, antigenic presentation, host-microbiota interaction, mucosal immunity etc. I have also done modules on various autoimmune and...
At the University of Glasgow I had the opportunity to learn not also about health programmes evaluation (which is my passion) but also about cultural intelligence and varied subjects that for sure helped me to enjoy my masters' degree.
I enjoyed my master's degree in Data Analytics (School of Mathematics & Statistics) massively and I can confidently say I have never learned more in 12 months, but warning it is extremely intense and an immense challenge academically. The curriculum was significantly more up to date than as comparable European institutions and my subject area went into great levels of...