Masters in Marketing
Studying in Glasgow
With a population of 740,000, Glasgow is not only Scotland's largest city, it is also one of the most exciting places to study in the United Kingdom.
Glasgow is one of the coolest and most stylish cities in the UK. The city centre is built on a grid system with amazing examples of both Victorian and contemporary architecture.
The cosmopolitan spirit of the city emerges from a lively mixture of bars, clubs, restaurants, shopping, music and exhibitions. Glasgow's nightlife is hugely popular - there is always something going on. If you're the industrious type, this also means a lot of opportunities for part-time work.
In Gaelic, Glasgow is Ghlaschu, meaning "dear green place". With more than 70 parks and gardens within its boundaries, Glasgow more than lives up to its name.
Vibrant Cultural Scene
Glasgow is host to some of the most exciting arts and cultural activities in the world and is identified with innovative architecture, art and design. The city is home to over 200 cultural organisations, including Scottish Opera, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the world-renowned Citizens Theatre. There are 26 public art galleries/museums.
You can choose from over 800 bars/pubs, 30 nightclubs and 51 cinema screens. In terms of food, Glasgow was voted top UK city outside London for choice and quality of restaurants by Harden's Top UK Restaurants.
Tops for Shops
Outside of London, Glasgow is the biggest retail centre in the UK. From innovative design outlets to indoor malls like Buchanan Galleries, Princes Square and the St Enoch Centre, there's plenty of choice to suit all tastes.
Excellent Transport Links
Domestic and international transport links are first-class. Glasgow Airport is 20 minutes from the city centre and offers daily flights to European and transatlantic destinations.