Our award-winning department is recognised internationally for delivering education and producing research which meets the needs of a global sector. This is reflected through our global partnerships, international staff and student community.
We have received student applications across the globe from over 125 countries to study within DMEM. Each year, we welcome over 70 students and researchers to the department from countries such as:
New students join a thriving international community across the University of Strathclyde.
If you're coming to study with us, you'll be sure of a warm Scottish welcome!
We're based in the centre of Glasgow, the largest and liveliest city in Scotland, a country renowned for engineering excellence, cosmopolitan cities and stunning natural beauty.
Glasgow is a proud and vibrant city and one of the most welcoming in the world. It's a great city to live in, with great places to eat out, and world-class music, museums, culture and sport to enjoy. Glasgow - close to the beautiful landscape of Scotland’s west coast and with the Highlands and Islands less than an hour away - offers fantastic opportunities to explore the great outdoors.
Our global partners - international exchanges
The Department of Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management works with partners across Europe, Asia and the USA.
Not only do we welcome students from across the world to Glasgow, but our home students have the opportunity to take part in some fantastic exchanges and visits to our partner institutions abroad.
Each year, we welcome international students from over 20 countries to join our vibrant international community.
Our students enjoy being part of a welcoming and friendly department, with internationally recognised staff and programmes alongside access to world-class facilities.
Whichever course you decide to study, our students are supported from the application stage, throughout the duration of their studies, and beyond when our graduates join our international alumni network.
Keep up-to-date with our Postgraduate Student Ambassador blogs:
Pierre Toccanier, France
Jaslin Bhangoo, Canada
- My introduction
- What I do in my spare time
- What do I love about Glasgow?
- My five favourite things about Scotland
Christoffer Bogetvedt, Norway
Patipat Archana, Thailand
We welcome and encourage opportunities to form new partnerships with students, academics and institutions across the world.
There are several ways in which such partnerships can be formed:
- setting up a joint educational partnership (eg agreements on articulation, joint courses, student exchange)
- setting up a joint research partnership
- collaborating on projects
If you're interested in working with us, please send us an email.