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History

The records of the University date back to 1875 and the formation of the Glasgow School of Cookery. In 1878 the West End School of Cookery was established and in 1908 these two institutions merged to form The Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestic Science (GWSCDS). In 1975 this College became the Queen's College, Glasgow.

Glasgow College of Technology was established in 1971, becoming Glasgow Polytechnic in 1991. On the 1st of April 1993 the Queen's College and Glasgow Polytechnic merged to create Glasgow Caledonian University.

Today

Today the university is ranked first in Scotland for work experience opportunities. The University is made up of three academic schools - School of Health and Life Sciences, Glasgow School for Business and Society, and School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment. Their main campus in Glasgow is at the centre of the largest city in Scotland and the fourth-largest in the UK, with close links to national and international transport options.

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Key Statistics

17,000+

Students

14,000+

Undergraduate Students

3,000+

Postgraduate students

1,600+

Staff

100+

Nationalities Represented

Why choose Glasgow Caledonian University?

There are lots of reasons to choose Glasgow Caledonian University, but here’s a few very good reasons:

Tuition Fees & Scholarships

£13,000 – £17,300
This is an approximate range. Instalments may be possible. Your C2C Counsellor will advise you of the exact tuition fee for your course.
The University offers a generous scholarship package of £2 million per year. These include:
  • New to GCU scholarship for UG students worth £4000
  • New to GCU scholarship for PG students worth £2600
  • GREAT scholarship for students from Egypt, India and Nepal for 1 year PG courses on selected programmes. Worth £10,000
  • 5% Early payment tuition fee discount to students paying full international fees early

Your C2C Counsellor will advise you on scholarship criteria, eligibility and application deadlines

Receive a £500 Student Bursary from Connect2Counsellors

If you apply to Glasgow Caledonian University through C2C you may be eligible to receive our £500 student bursary. Ask your Counsellor for further details.

Testimonials

“I chose GCU because it offered me a unique opportunity of specialisation in my field of interest. I had a great time learning. I found that all the professors were determined to provide a world-class, top notch education to their students. I am completely satisfied with the quality of education imparted to me. Learning never stops but I am confident that I have acquired a deep knowledge of luxury branding.”

Satwika Sabal MBA Luxury Brand Management

HOW A C2C COUNSELLOR CAN HELP YOU TO STUDY AT GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY

Connect2Counsellors is an official representative of Glasgow Caledonian University. This means that we can submit applications direct to the University and follow up with any queries. All our UK Counsellors are experienced counsellors, each has a proven track record in UK education counselling and UK student visa requirements. They are highly trained individuals having successfully placed many students with UK Universities and Colleges. Some have worked directly for UK universities so have in-depth knowledge on admission procedures and application processing.

A C2C counsellor will assist you with all aspects of applying to study in the UK, this includes:

C2C has a 100% UK student visa success rate for the September 21 intake.

Connect2Counsellors Ltd is a British company based in Brighton, UK.