Students in University gardens.

Study with usVisiting opportunities

Ways to visit

The best way to find out more about our campus and student life is by experiencing it for yourself. There are numerous ways to come and get a taste of what life is like at Strathclyde.

You can also take a virtual campus tour at any time.

Map of campus

Facade of Learning & Teaching building, University of Strathclyde

Postgraduate taught

Faculty showcase events

Our four faculties will be hosting a series of academic events, giving you the chance to meet the team and find out more about your specific area of interest. Click through to the faculty events below and don’t forget to register for the sessions you’re interested in attending.

Visit Strathclyde

Join us on Campus where you'll receive a short informative presentation about life here at the University of Strathclyde. From here, you'll have the opportunity to take a walking tour of our Campus and hear from one of our current students as they tell you more about our academic buildings, library, accommodation, and Strathclyde Sport - our state-of-the-art training facility.

Virtual visits

If you're unable to visit our campus in person, why not attend one of our Virtual Visits? Our Virtual Visits give you the opportunity to find out more about study and life at the University of Strathclyde. We’re hosting a number of online sessions which include an overview of the University, information on our facilities and an online chat with our student recruitment team and student ambassadors.

Find out more about virtual visits

Campus walking tours

Join us for a walking tour of our Campus and hear from one of our current students as they tell you more about our academic buildings, library, accommodation, and Strathclyde Sport - our state-of-the-art training facility.

Register for campus walking tour

Visit at your leisure

The University is open to the public and you’re welcome to explore the campus at your leisure. Based in the heart of Glasgow city centre, we've great links to public transport and are only a short walk from Glasgow's main train stations, Queen Street and Central.

Download our Self-guided Tour, which will help you on your way.

Two students walking through Rottenrow Gardens.

Campus Tour Podcast

The Campus Tour Podcast is available in several sections allowing you to choose the parts that most interest you, or you may wish to download all the sections so that you can do a complete tour following the route we have designed for you.

The tour is narrated by some of our current students studying here at the University of Strathclyde.

You can start your tour from anywhere around campus by choosing the chapter which has the building you are closest to as its title.

Please note that departments or student accommodation cannot be accessed on a self-guided tour.