We can’t wait to welcome you
We're delighted you’re interested in studying at the University of Strathclyde and can’t wait to welcome you.
When you become part of the Strathclyde family, you’re joining a bustling community of more than 30.000 students from over 140 countries. We’ve got an exciting selection of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses for you to choose from, and we provide a flexible, innovative learning experience in preparation for your chosen career path.
There are also more than 200 student clubs and societies, meaning you can get involved in something you love and become part of the Strathclyde community.
Living and studying within the heart of one of the world's friendliest cities is a fantastic experience for our students. Glasgow’s transport infrastructure, including Glasgow international airport less than 20 minutes away, makes the city a great base to explore the rest of Scotland, the UK and Europe, and beyond.
We are the University of Strathclyde
We believe ideas can change the world. We bring people of all backgrounds together and make an impact on our students, our city and our global community.
Your life in Scotland can be one of the best experiences in your life, especially if you are an international student. The bonds with your friends and classmates here will be with you throughout your life.
Glasgow is lively, full of culture and the friendliest city. People are very friendly and helpful. And weather conditions in Scotland very comfortable to study. My family is very happy to be here.
I have greatly enjoyed meeting new people both during the course and when taking part in organised social activities.
Strathclyde has direct and long-lasting connections between the industry, which is a serious necessity for engineering candidates or professionals.
January 2024 intake
We're delighted to be able to offer a selection of our postgraduate taught and masters programmes with an additional entry point in January 2024. See what courses we have available for January.January 2024 intake
Information for Ukrainian nationals
The Scottish Government has recently published changes to the rules about who qualifies to be treated as a “home” student for Student Support and University fees.
The University welcomes the changes for Ukrainian nationals. These changes recognise the challenges facing people fleeing conflict and the role that Higher Education can play in helping people build their lives in Scotland.Information for Ukrainian nationals