Campus safety, learning & support for our students
Your health, safety and wellbeing are our top priorities. We want to ensure you'll have an excellent student experience, whether you're a returning student or a new student joining us in the New Year.
A new semester: January 2022
We are delighted to be able to offer a selection of our Postgraduate taught and Masters programmes with an additional entry point in January 2022.
The academic year commences on 10 January 2022 with our Welcome and Induction week. Teaching begins on 17 January 2022.
You can register for your Postgraduate taught or Masters programme beginning January 2022 from the 22 November 2021.
Registration closes for these programmes on 31 January 2022.
If you are an international student; you can register as long you have confirmation of application for your visa, you do not need to wait to receive your visa to register. You will be able to upload this, and other supporting documents once you have received your username and log in details.
We encourage you to register as soon as possible once you have met conditions.
Please note: that you, the student, will have to complete the registration and this cannot be done by a recruitment agent or third party on your behalf.
Please visit our registration pages for more information.
If you are a postgraduate research student, you should agree your attendance and arrival date directly with your Department depending on your mode of study.
We expect students to join us on campus as soon as possible. We understand you may have further concerns about your ability to arrive by the dates given. We will endeavour to do all that we can to provide flexibility but do ask that you contact your faculty team to discuss the options available to you as early as possible before the registration deadline. These contact details are noted below:
A safe & secure environment
Your safety, health, wellbeing and peace of mind are our priorities.
We have established a wide range of safety measures across our campus and accommodation including the introduction of one-way navigation systems and a requirement to wear face coverings indoors.
COVID-19 - For latest announcements and Government guidance for students and applicants, please visit our Coronavirus student information pages.
An Active Student Life
A large part of the student experience is the social interaction and making friends. Our student community has continued to thrive during the most challenging of times, with thousands of students connecting through a range of events.
September 2021 saw the opening of our new Students’ Union within our brand new Learning and Teaching building. Led by elected student representatives, Strath Union offers a choice of sports clubs, societies, volunteering and job opportunities, advice and support, food and drink venues, space to socialise and much more.
The new building, in the heart of our city-centre campus, will bring the majority of our student support services, new students' union, as well as first-class teaching and learning facilities under one roof.
Highlights of the new building include:
- student learning village (lecture theatres, study and social spaces)
- brand new Students' Union
- new location and facilities for Strathclyde Doctoral School
- dedicated spaces for student support facilities (including wellbeing room, access, equality and inclusion, international student support team, careers and employability, and many more)
The Learning and Teaching building will focus on all aspects of the student journey - from your very first days with us through to supporting you after graduation and beyond.
Advice & support
Starting university is an exciting experience but we understand that you may feel nervous or overwhelmed. From pre-arrival onwards, Strathclyde offers a wide range of academic support and mentoring programmes to help you transition to university learning.
All students will have access to our wellbeing team who offer a range of dedicated support services including one-to-one counselling, workshops and resources to help maintain your mental health.
Strathclyde is a community and with that you will be joining a network of support services from your own department or school, but additionally we provide study skills workshops, careers guidance, additional English language support, maths skills drop in sessions and much more.
Our excellent support services provide a comprehensive programme of student support including a wide range of wellbeing services, including access to mental health services.