• Established In : 1451

    Affiliated To : Russell Group, Universitas 21, IRUN, Association of Commonwealth Universities, PEGASUS

    Email : mail.student.gla.ac.uk

    Website : www.gla.ac.uk

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University of Glasgow Key Information:-

•Informally known: University of Glasgow
•Established: 1451
•Motto: Via, Veritas, Vita (LATIN) "The way, the truth and the life."
•Address: Glasgow G12 8QQ, United Kingdom
•Affiliation: Russell Group, Universitas 21, IRUN, Association of Commonwealth Universities, PEGASUS
•Category: Public university/ancient university
•Available study options: Undergraduate/Post graduate
• Acceptance Rate: 39 percent
• Chancellor: Sir Kenneth Calman
• Rector: Edward Snowden
• Principal: Anton Muscatelli
•University papers: The Glasgow University Guardian
•Website: www.gla.ac.uk
•Phone: +44 141 330 2000
•E-mail: mail.student.gla.ac.uk/IThelpdesk@glasgow.ac.uk

University of Glasgow Highlights:-

• Founded in the year 1451, University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the english speaking world.
• University of Glasgow is a broadbased research university with a global reach that remains unmatched.
• A leading research university, Glasgow is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities.
• University of Glasgow's degrees are prized all over the world because of its research based approach and excellence in teaching.
• The university offers a broad choice of subjects and wide range of degree programmes that are flexible enough to meet your need for study and specialization.
• This university welcomes students from almost 120 countries worldwide.
• UOG is a founder member of Universitas 21, an international grouping of universities dedicated to setting worldwide standards for higher education.

University of Glasgow Admissions :

University of Glasgow Glasgow Admission :-

Undergraduate Degree Programmes:

How to apply?

To apply for full time undergraduate programs at the university candidates are required to do so through UCAS. UCAS manages application for all colleges and universities in the United Kingdom. UCAS process is common for both national and international students.

The University's  Entry Requirements are expressed as 'Standard Academic Entry Requirements', and for some degree programmes, 'Minimum Academic Entry Requirements'.

CLICK HERE for subject specific entry requirements at the University of Glasgow, Glasgow

The UCAS process requires applications to Medicine, Vet Medicine and Dentistry to be submitted by 15 October each year, and applications to all other degree programmes by 15 January each year. The University of Glasgow cannot accept any applications after these UCAS deadlines, nor can it accept changes to applications after these dates. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure the accuracy of application prior to submission, and requests from applicants to correct erroneous application content, change degree programme or change college of entry, will not be allowed after these UCAS deadlines. This policy is in place to ensure fairness and consistency to all applicants, and no exceptions will be made.

Deadlines for UCAS Application:-

October 15 : if including Dentistry, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine or applying to Oxford or Cambridge
January 15: all other UK/EU applicants
June 30 : international (non-EU) students.

Post Graduate Degree Programmes:

Post Graduate Degree Programmes at the university consists of both taught and research degree programmes.

To apply for Taught Post Graduate degree program at the University of Glasgow you are required to provide

Final or current undergraduate degree transcript (and an official translation) - scanned copy in colour of the original document
Degree certificate (and an official translation): scanned copy in colour of the original document
2 references on headed paper (academic and/or professional - see course entry requirements)
Any additional document specifically listed on the Taught degree programmes A-Z
copy of your passport (photopage) - non-EU applicants only
If English is not your first language you have to provide proof of English language test.

Online Application System and Applicant Self-Service

This process consists of two steps:

STEP 01: Register and complete application and other subsequent applications.
STEP 02: Access Applicant Self-Service to check the status of your application; upload any additional documents; update your personal details and accept any offers you receive.

CLICK HERE to apply now for admission

CLICK Here for University of Glasgow Post Graduate Taught degrees application deadlines

How to apply for Research degree programs?

STEP 01: CLICK HERE to check post graduate subjects on offer.  
STEP 02: Check the entry requirements
STEP 03: Gather your documents
STEP 04: Apply online

CLICK HERE to know more on how to apply for research degree programs at the University of Glasgow.

University of Glasgow Glasgow Academic Year

The Academic year at University of Glasgow Glasgow consists of two academic years namely

SEMESTER 01: September to December
SEMESTER 02: January to May
June to September: Graduation and examination period.

University of Glasgow Glasgow Tuition Fee

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University of Glasgow Infrastructure

University of Glasgow Infrastructure:-

University of Glasgow's infrastructure is spread over a number of different campuses.  The main one is the Gilmorehill campus, in Hillhead. As well as this there is the Garscube Estate in Bearsden, housing the Veterinary School, Observatory, Ship model basin and much of the University's sports facilities, the Dental School in the city centre, the section of mental health and well being at Gartnavel Royal Hospital on Great Western Road, and the Crichton campus in Dumfries, operated jointly by the University of Glasgow, the University of the West of Scotland and the Open University. The University has also established joint departments with the Glasgow School of Art and in naval architecture with the University of Strathclyde.

The University Chapel was built in memory of the 755 sons of the university who lost their lives in the first world war. Daily services are held at the Chapel during term-time and seasonal events.

The University Library, situated on Hillhead Street opposite the Main Building, is one of the oldest and largest libraries in Europe. In addition to the main library, subject libraries also exist for Medicine, Chemistry, Dental Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Education, Law, and the faculty of Social Sciences. The Archives of the University of Glasgow house reposits from the university's foundation in 1451.

Crincton Campus Dumfries: This campus 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.

As well as these teaching campuses the University has halls of residence in and around the North-West of the city, accommodating a total of approximately 3,500 students.

University of Glasgow Faculty:-

University of Glasgow Glasgow faculty past and present consists of academicians, subject scholars, researchers and persons of repute the world over.

Its alumni includes the father of economics Adam Smith, Scotland’s architect of devolution Donald Dewar and renowned physicist and engineer Lord Kelvin.

University of Glasgow Student Life and Activities:-

Unlike other universities in Scotland, University of Glasgow does not have a single student union. There exists a number of bodies that concern themselves with student representation, welfare and entertainment. In common with the other ancient universities of Scotland, students at Glasgow also elect a Rector. The Students' Representative Council is the legal representative body for students and is responsible for representing student interests to the management of the university and to local and national government for health and welfare issues.

The Glasgow University Union (GUU) and the Queen Margaret Union (QMU) form an important part of University of Glasgow Glasgow Student Life and Activities. There are largerly social and cultural institutions.

Sporting affairs at the University are regulated by the Glasgow University Sports Association (GUSA) which works closely with Sports and Recreation Service. There are a large number of varied clubs, including American Football, Basketball, Cycling, Football, Hockey, Netball, Martial Arts and Rowing, who regularly compete in BUCS competitions.

The university as mentioned has a number of clubs and organizations. One such noteworthy organization is the Mature Student's Association (MSA) that organizes social events and peer support for a wide range of subjects taught at the university.

There is an active student media scene at the University, part of, but editorially independent from, the SRC. There is a newspaper, the Glasgow University Guardian; Glasgow University Magazine; Glasgow University Student Television; and Subcity Radio

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University of Glasgow Rankings

University of Glasgow Rankings

The University of Glasgow Glasgow has been consistently ranked on two key parameters namely academic excellence and research aptitude. Glasgow university is the only Scottish university in the United Kingdom to rank in every major domestic and international league table. A member of the Russel Group of UK Universities, Glasgow is also distinguished as a "research powerhouse." Listed below are the latest University of Glasgow Ranking both nationally and internationally.

International Rankings

ARWU (2013, National): Rank 15
QS (2013-14, National): Rank 09
QS (2013-14, World): Rank 51

National Rankings

Complete 2015 (National): Rank 23
The Guardian 2015 (National): Rank 21
Times/Sunday Times (2014, National): Rank 25

University of Glasgow Contact Details

Glasgow G12 8QQ,
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 141 330 2000

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