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When you become part of the Strathclyde family, you’re joining a bustling community of more than 23,000 students from over 100 countries. We’ve got an exciting selection of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses for you to choose from and provide a flexible, innovative learning experience in preparation for your chosen career path.
Scholarships of up to £10,000 available
We offer scholarships of up to £10,000 per year to undergraduate and postgraduate applicants applying to the University of Strathclyde. The scholarships will be awarded for each year of study to students who meet our eligibility criteria.Find out more about our EU transition scholarships
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EU Transition Scholarships
We're pleased to announce our EU Transition Scholarships to support full-time postgraduate students commencing taught courses from August 2021. Find out more about the scholarships below, or more information about tuition fees & funding for EU students.Find out more about our EU transition scholarships
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Being a student at Strathclyde and in the city of Glasgow (named ‘cultural and creative centre of the UK’ by the European Commission!) is extremely exciting and gives you the opportunity to meet a lot of international friends and to pursue your interests.
The best thing for me about Glasgow is people. The slogan ‘People make Glasgow’, I believe, describes Glasgow accurately. This multiculturalism of Glasgow is the beauty of the city. It's amazing how people from all over the world work, cooperate and live peacefully.
My favourite part of the University is the library: you have every resource that you could need there, and the hours make it very accessible, whether you need to go there to cram during half of the night before an exam or you want to read a newspaper with a cup of coffee between classes.
Glasgow is a very safe and friendly city, especially the people. The people are always willing to help you, to guide you if you need some directions. So I really felt safe in the city.