Glasgow moved beyond Level 0 on Monday 9 August 2021. The University is open with a number of safety measures in place
As the First Minister noted, this is clearly not the end of the pandemic and we have a collective responsibility to exercise care and caution to continue to suppress the virus. Protection measures will still be required, including the wearing of face coverings in all the same indoor settings as is currently the case, unless you are exempt.
On physical distancing, even though the law will not require a specific distance, the Scottish Government continues to advise that, especially indoors, people should keep a reasonable distance from other people and avoid places that are crowded. Find out more about our approach to physical distancing.
Learning & teaching
On-campus learning has resumed, combined with online activities, for all our learners, which will be phased according to the needs of the programme. Read more about our plans for the Academic Year 2021/2022.
Research & research labs
While working from home, where possible, remains the default position for research, where this is not possible, essential and non-essential work can take place in laboratories and research facilities. The Scottish Government guidance for laboratories and research facilities can be found on their website.
The Andersonian Library is open. Find out more about the library.
Strathclyde Sport is open. Find out more information on Strathclyde Sport's web pages.
All Strathclyde student accommodation remains open and will continue to be supported by the Accommodation Team. To help us to maintain a safe community on campus, we ask that you follow the information provided on our accommodation web pages.
Eating on campus
Catering are pleased to announce they will be reopening more catering outlets on campus throughout Semester 1 as campus occupancy increases.
- Aura, Lord Hope
- Flava2go (Starbucks), Curran
- Synergi2go, Technology & Innovation Centre
- Caffeine Lab, James Weir
- Sports Café, Strathclyde Sport
- Todds Café (Starbucks), Lord Todd
- Urban Bean, Sir William Duncan
Flava Café in the foyer of the Library is open as a drop-in space for students and staff to enjoy their own food.
Keep up-to-date with where to eat on campus on our Food & Drink web pages.
Eating off campus
Restaurants, cafes, pubs, bars and takeaways are open.
There are no limits on meeting people.
Travel & transport
There are no travel restrictions within Scotland or the UK.
Please read the University's guidance for fieldwork, periods of study, external research visits and travel overseas.
Updated: 24 Sep 2021