GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY
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ABOUT US

Location: Glasgow - United Kingdom
 

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), founded in 1875, is one of the largest universities in Scotland enrolling over 20,000 students from 100 countries from around the world. The university is ranked as one of the most modern campuses in all of the United Kingdom

The university offers many high quality academic programs in the following major areas.1) Engineering 2) Business and 3) Health Science and 4) Graduate Center in London. Courses are taught by outstanding professors who have excellent reputations for their teaching and research. Classes are usually small allowing for close relationships with faculty.

Students like Glasgow Caledonian University because of its great location, breathtaking countryside, charming villages, nature reserves, castles and lakes. The area provide many opportunities for Sports, sailing, surfing, rock climbing, biking and many more activities.

PROGRAM

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) offers over 100 undergraduate courses in various subject areas, including:

  • Accountancy, Finance and Risk

  • Biological and Biomedical Sciences

  • Business and Management

  • Chemical and Forensic Investigation

  • Computer Networks and Security Engineering

  • Construction, Surveying and Property

  • Digital Media and Design

  • Electrical, Electronic and Audio Systems Engineering

  • Engineering

  • Environmental Management

  • Events and Sports Management

  • Fashion, Retailing and Marketing

  • Fire and Civil Engineering

  • Healthcare

  • Journalism and Media Studies

  • Law

  • Nursing

  • Psychology

  • Social Sciences

  • Social Work

  • Software, Games and Interactive Entertainment

  • Vision Sciences

CLASS SIZES

Total students - 14,100

34% - Postgraduate students

66% - Undergraduate students

International students - 5,492

55% - Undergraduate students

45% - Postgraduate students

PAYMENT

The undergraduate tuition fees (2017-18 for students from England, Wales or Northern Ireland are £9,000 and a maximum fee of £25,000 is set for any honours degree completed in three or four years. Students can apply to their local Student Finance body for support. Students with suitable A-levels are encouraged to enter year two of their program.