Glasgow Caledonian University has become one of the largest universities in Scotland with over 17,000 students. The campus is self–contained and situated right in the heart of the lively city of Glasgow.
The University is made up of three academic schools: School of Health and Life Sciences, Glasgow School for Business and Society, and School of Engineering and Built Environment. There are almost 400 different courses available.
Glasgow Caledonian University has been ranked by the Times Higher Education guide as 74th in the UK, for 2011/12.
- Glasgow Caledonian University has a ‘virtual hospital’ where students can develop clinical and interpersonal skills in a realistic environment
- It is the only university in Scotland which has high-tech facilities, including the award-winning Saltire Centre library
- Offers a postgraduate university campus GCU London
- 17,500 students from over 100 countries
Recognised local degrees