As a student at the Glasgow School of Art, you will live in self-catered accommodation, in a flat or student residence with other local and international students. Wireless internet access is provided and token-operated laundry facilities are available. Students will need to supply their own bedding materials, though most students opt to purchase these items after arriving in Scotland. All accommodation at the GSA is non-smoking.
All housing options at GSA are self-catered, so you’ll prepare your own meals in shared kitchens. Cutlery and crockery are not provided, but can be purchased inexpensively in Glasgow. Both residences are within easy walking distance of shops, restaurants and cafes. As you read through the information below, please also review the general Scotland accommodation information.
Margaret Macdonald House is situated within a few minutes’ walk of all buildings on GSA’s main campus. Each flat houses 4, 6 or 8 residents, with fully-furnished bedrooms and a spacious lounge/kitchen area in each flat. Standard single rooms and en-suite single rooms are available; additional fee applies for en-suite rooms (private bathroom). All bedrooms have single-sized beds.
The halls of residence at Blythswood House opened in 2015. Situated at Blythswood Square, under 5 minutes’ walk from the main GSA campus, the halls are purpose-built for GSA students. Each flat houses 6, 7 or 8 residents, with fully-furnished, en-suite single bedrooms and shared kitchen/lounge spaces. All bedrooms have queen-sized beds. An additional fee applies for all rooms in Blythswood House.