- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
- Priority is given to all undergraduate and postgraduate first year students as long as they apply (and have an unconditional academic offer) by the date specified on the university website.
- Accommodation comprises 1,517 single study bedrooms in self-catering flats, all with Wi-Fi Internet access.
- The campus village is within the university campus, a few minutes' walk from the main academic buildings, library, and Sports Centre (membership included in the rent). Popular city-centre cafés, pubs, clubs and shops are close by.
- Accommodation contracts run from September to June (39 weeks) for undergraduate students.
- Please refer to the university website for details.
|Self-Catered||from £105 to £137 per week|
The costs above are for the academic year 2019/20
- Glasgow is one Britain's liveliest cities and in 2016, Rough Guide readers voted Glasgow the world's friendliest city.
- Home of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow School of Art, it is Scotland's cultural capital. The city's three universities are within easy reach of one another and many students live in the attractive West End.
Nightlife and Culture
- Glaswegians are renowned for being aficionados of pubs, and the city's club scene easily rivals those of other major UK cities.
- Glasgow has a reputation as a cultural centre: it is home to Scottish Ballet, Scottish Opera and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, along with a number of theatres and performing arts venues. Its many art galleries and museums are mostly free of charge, and the city has four multiscreen and two independent cinemas.
- Other attractions include the Glasgow Science Centre which features a Science Mall and an IMAX cinema. Glasgow's medieval roots can be explored at the cathedral and Provand's Lordship.
- Strathclyde University's main campus is in the city centre.
- A good, cheap local bus service and the reliable Glasgow Subway make this city a convenient one for students.
- London is 392 miles away, and trains take 4 hours.
- Coaches depart from Buchanan Street Bus Station to most major UK cities.
- Glasgow International Airport, 7 miles to the west of the city, has a number of domestic and international destinations, including some on the other side of the Atlantic.