Strathlife Welcome to Strathclyde!
To help you settle in, here's a handy guide on what to do during your first few days at Strathclyde.
Glasgow - Scotland's biggest & most cosmopolitan city
Glasgow is regularly voted one of the best cities in the world to visit and while you're studying at Strathclyde, you'll have the chance to find out why.
Whether you're looking to explore the cities culture, take in our vibrant music scene, or go on a night out, there's something for everyone.Find out more about Glasgow
Our campus has more or less everything you might need, and for everything else, you've an entire city to choose from.
Our £31m sports, health and wellbeing facility is open to all. Come visit us to find out more about the new facilities.
On campus we’ve over 90 trained and dedicated security service staff on hand to provide help and support 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Where to get advice & support
We're here to support and help you throughout your time at Strathclyde. All of our services are available to all students.
Disability & wellbeing
Our Disability & Wellbeing Service helps students with mental health and wellbeing support, disability and general health support. We also have a number of classes and groups that you can take part in.
If you are absent from classes due to illness, please refer to the Personal Circumstances Procedure to ensure your absence is recorded.
Equality & diversity
We value the diversity of our students and support the development of mutual respect and positive relations between people.Equality & diversity
Report & support
A safe campus is the responsibility of everyone who's part of the University community: staff, students, and visitors. Please report anything that makes you feel uncomfortable.Report & support
We recognise the importance of religious identity to many of our students. Our Chaplaincy Centre provides opportunities for religious worship and celebration, as well as social interaction.
The Careers Service provides information, advice, and guidance to maximise students' and graduates' employability and career prospects. Find out more about how it can help you.
Do you look after family, a neighbour, or a friend who's ill, disabled or perhaps suffering from an addiction, in an unpaid capacity? We can offer you a range of support, even before you submit an application to us.
We're here to support you throughout your time at Strathclyde. We provide a range of services to help you improve your skills and abilities.
Chat to a student ambassador
Want to know more about what it’s like to be a student at the University of Strathclyde? A selection of our current students are here to help!
Our Unibuddy ambassadors can answer all the questions you might have about courses and studying at Strathclyde, along with offering insight into their experiences of life in Glasgow and Scotland.Chat now!
The Union promotes, represents and supports students during their time at Strathclyde.
Curious about what your time at Strathclyde, might entail? Read our guide.
We're responsible for IT and Library services, providing support to all students.
Our English Language Teaching unit provides a range of support classes in academic English and study skills throughout the academic year.
It might seem early to start thinking past the first few days of University but here’s some useful information about exams, assessments and graduation.
The world's most beautiful country
Scotland truly has a breathtaking landscape like no other. If you’re looking to escape the city we have no shortage of scenic spots to explore. Find out why Rough Guide readers voted Scotland the most beautiful country in the world!Discover Scotland
Have your say
If you have any improvements to your university experience that you would like us to make please let us know. We want to make your time at Strathclyde enjoyable and memorable.Give feedback