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AlumniYou made it happen

Strathclyde People 2017


From new facilities and ground-breaking research to the incredible achievements of our students across the globe, this has been another amazing year for the University of Strathclyde.

But we couldn’t have done it without the help of our valued friends, supporters and alumni.

Thank you – your support is helping to make a real difference.

 

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Widening Access

Donor funding supports Widening Access programmes in local schools – helping young people access Higher Education.
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600

Scholarships funded over the last 20 years for students from low-income backgrounds.

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International Impact

Funding supports international development projects to bring solar energy to remote communities in Africa and India.
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Student experience

54 student projects, clubs and societies received support from the Alumni Fund in 2017.
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Supporting communities

2,800 people in local communities helped by student volunteers at the award-winning Strathclyde Law Clinic.
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Enterprising Students

Enterprising student projects gained funding by competitively pitching their ideas to donors.
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Transforming facilities

Gifts from alumni are helping to tranform library facilities, and provide new study space and digital books.
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International study

100 students financially supported to gain an international experience in the last 12 months.

Spotlight

Legacy gifts have supported a flagship programme of match-funded scholarships from the Robertson Trust to help young students from less advantaged backgrounds.

I can honestly say that my first year of university has been one of the best years of my life. I have had opportunities and achievements I never thought I would. I cannot thank the Robertson Trust and the donors enough for the support that I have received. It has allowed me to put my studies and development first.”

Robertson Trust and University of Strathclyde scholar

Read more about the impact of scolarships.

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How to help