National Geographic has just named Glasgow as one of its 'Best of the World' destinations!
Our campus sits in the heart of the city. We're known the world over for our music, fantastic shopping, great museums and galleries along with a thriving cultural scene including many festivals. We've world class sporting facilities such as the Emirates Arena which is home to the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and the Glasgow Rocks basketball team. In 2018 Europe’s top athletes will compete in the inaugural European Championships in Glasgow.
If you're relocating to Glasgow from further afield a generous relocation package – normally up to 10% of your starting salary - is available.
Glasgow is a large city and there's lots of accommodation available. It's one of the most affordable cities in the UK. The University of Strathclyde is based in the city centre which makes it easy to travel to by bus, train or underground from any part of the city or beyond.
You may need temporary accommodation initially, to give yourself time to look for longer-term accommodation. For ideas about temporary accommodation options including hostels, bed and breakfast and hotels, go to the People Make Glasgow website.
Scotland is a progressive nation built on dynamism, creativity and the fabulous warmth of its people.
From historical castles and beautiful lochs, vibrant cities and remote glens, you’ll be spoiled for choice with things to do when you’re living in Scotland.
Scotland is a vibrant country with a thriving cultural scene. We play host to a number of festivals and events annually throughout the year. Whether you’re happiest indulging in some retail therapy, or filling your weekends with active pursuits, there’s always something to do.
Take a look at The Scotland Handbook to find out more about Scotland along with the practicalities of living here.