As a student at the University of Glasgow, you will be take between three to six credits per term. You may choose courses across the curriculum and from first, second and third-level offerings. Some courses may require prerequisites. Teaching is conducted via lecture, seminar and tutorial. Science subjects also have practical lab classes. For additional support, you will be assigned an advisor of studies.

You may also take up to one third of your course load in selected fine arts subjects at the world-renowned Glasgow School of Art. Your art studies will also include a weekend field trip to Hospitalfield House. This estate in Arbroath, which overlooks the North Sea, is known for its impressive architecture, art collections, and furnishings.

Campus life outside the classroom is as lively and dynamic as you could want. You'll find many student clubs and associations that you can join, as well as a wide variety of sporting and recreational facilities.  

With its impressive, gothic stone buildings, green campus setting overlooking Kelvingrove Park, and location in the posh West End of Glasgow, the University offers a superlative academic program located in a city that is trendy, vibrant and buzzing.