strathclyde students sitting in a row in rottenrow gardens, smiling at the camera

StrathlifeShare your Strathlife

Welcome to Strathlife!

2021 in review

Join us as we reflect on some of the highlights of 2021 at Strathclyde:

  • our attendance at COP26
  • the return of on-campus graduations
  • the opening of our state-of-the-art Learning & Teaching building
  • a transformational gift from a philanthropic alumnus
  • a third Queen's Anniversary Prize for Strathclyde
2021 in review

Exterior of the learning and teaching building

Graduates: five ways the Careers Service can support you

Find out more about the support we offer our graduates whether you are looking for work, further study, self-employment, professional development or still considering your options.

Graduates: Ways the Careers Service can support you

Our message of hope

Hope Triptych Sculpture

The Hope Triptych sculpture by Steuart Padwick, was installed on campus ahead of the COP 26 conference.

The sculpture is a 3.5M-high adaptation of the Child of Hope and is composed of three colourful figures, symbolising the power of coming together. Located in our Rottenrow Gardens the triptych is made from reclaimed sheet steel with a low carbon cement-free concrete foundation.

Read more about Hope Triptych

Hope Triptych sculpture.