University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow

A world top 100 University

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Inspiring ambitious people to succeed

Over the last five centuries and more, the University of Glasgow has constantly worked to push the boundaries of what’s possible. Scotland’s first female medical graduates completed their degrees at the university in 1894. In 1840 they became the first university in the UK to appoint a Professor of Engineering, and in 1957, the first in Scotland to have an electronic computer.

Changing the world is not only about making discoveries and creating new technologies. Informed leaders, creative thinkers and bold business minds have honed their skills at the University of Glasgow. 

The talents of some of the UK’s most influential political figures have been nurtured there. Award-winning writers have developed their craft. Human rights activists have gained their voice.

The University of Glasgow is a place that inspires ambitious people to succeed. A place where inquiring minds can develop their ideas. A place where talented people are given the space to realise their dreams.

University of Glasgow
Top 20 University in the UK
University of Glasgow
Open to the World

Most importantly though, the University of Glasgow is a seat of learning that is open to the world. It is open to the brightest minds, regardless of background, who wish to study at university. 

They are open to collaboration and the exchange of knowledge with other universities, governments and businesses. 

To continue to be a world-class and progressive university, they are dedicated to bringing inspiring people together to change the world.‌

College of Science and Engineering

The University's world-leading research and the impact it makes on the global economy make the College an exciting and stimulating environment to work in.

The College brings together a community of researchers who span seven academic disciplines and work ranges from fundamental discovery to tackling grand societal challenges and developing new technologies.

The teaching is informed by world-leading research and designed to develop graduates with knowledge and skills to become leaders of the future. They are committed to the principles of Athena Swan and to developing staff at all levels.

The annual research income of around £31 million, is focused on addressing fundamental science and engineering, global needs and creating the emerging technologies of the 21st century.

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