We're a leading, international technological university located in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland's biggest city. We believe in useful learning which guides our research, our learning and teaching and the way we work with businesses and organisations.
Strathclyde International Society
Run by students, for students, the International Society is the first stop for all international students arriving at Strathclyde.
It's the perfect place to meet new people and learn about many different countries and cultures. You can learn more about Glasgow and Scotland too.
There are weekly international pub, movie and games nights which are regularly attended by more than 100 people from countries across the world.
The International Society loves to get out of the city for a bit of sightseeing too. Recent trips have included:
- Edinburgh Zoo
- Isle of Arran
- Isle of Skye
- Ben Nevis
- Alnwick Castle (Harry Potter trip)
If you're joining us here at Strathclyde, you can add the Strathclyde International Society as a friend on Facebook to keep up to date with what they're doing and where they meet. You can also email the team for any other information.
We're looking forward to seeing you at Strathclyde!
70% or above in six Grade 12, U or M courses
A minimum of 75% in five acceptable Grade 12 subjects
A minimum of five B Grades in Grade 12 subjects
For postgraduate study we'd look for a minimum of 70%, a strong B grade or a GPA of minimum 3.0 out of 4.0 from a recognised institution. If you wish to apply for a research degree you'd normally have to have a Masters degree and some experience of research work.
For further information on entry requirements, please contact our representative Melissa Cunningham (email@example.com).
How to apply
Apply through our course pages.
Get in touch
If you're in any doubt about the entry requirements, just get in touch and we'll be happy to help.
While you're here
Glasgow has so much to see and do while you're here.
Shopping & entertainment
Our music scene, bars and restaurants are renowned and we've one of the best shopping experiences in the UK.
There are museums, numerous sporting venues and more than 90 parks, with the oldest - Glasgow Green - a 10-minute walk from our campus.
Glasgow is also a great base for exploring Scotland's beautiful lochs and mountains or for flying to some of Europe's most attractive destinations.
The student union here at Strathclyde is a great place to grab a bite to eat and catch up with friends between classes.
Like us, it's based in the middle of the city centre and is an array of events, clubs and societies that you can join.
There are loads of places to grab a quick sandwich or have a longer, relaxed lunch or dinner around here.
Glasgow has recently become home to the first Tim Hortons coffee shop in Europe! Beside Central Station, it's only a 10-minute walk from campus.
If you're looking for a full Scottish breakfast, The Wee Guys Cafe is the place to be. Have a healthy lunch in Martha's where you're guaranteed fast, natural food to keep you going through those study hours. There are also so many great restaurants to suit all tastes: from Jamie's Italian and Prezzo, to Topolabamba and Cafe Andaluz to Wagamama and Ichiban, you'll never be stuck for somewhere to eat out.
Keep an eye on The List for some more places to eat.
In your country
The University has agreements with the following agents in your country:
Our next visit
Contact our representative Melissa Cunningham (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information about her visits.
Awards of £4,000 and £6,000 are available for postgraduate study through the University of Strathclyde International Scholarships (Instructional).
Canada student loans
Students can utilise the Federal and Provincial Canada Student Loans programme to fund their studies at the University of Strathclyde. For information and applications, the following websites can be visited:
The majority of Canadian banks offer student loans. Criteria for the loans are specific to each bank’s loan programme. Inquire directly with a local branch for information.
Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs)
A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a savings plan that is designed to grow until it is needed for financing post-secondary education. Information about RESPs and other federal education grants can be found at Revenue Canada. For assistance with your paperwork, please send a message to the relevant Strathclyde faculty below:
Check out our scholarships database to find out more about all scholarships and funding opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate students.