A leading international technological University, our reputation and influence is global. With a community of over 22,000 students, studying at Strathclyde is a fantastic experience, where you will enjoy flexible, innovative learning and excellent facilities.
Founded during the Enlightenment as a ‘place of useful learning’, we are renowned for our excellent teaching, world class research and our strong links with industry, government and business.
Our students follow in the footsteps of extraordinary people, whose work is having a major impact around the world. Some of our acclaimed former students include John Logie Baird – inventor of the world’s first working television, James Blyth – built the world’s first electricity-producing wind turbine and Henry Fauld’s the originator of fingerprint identification.
Our Strathclyde Business School is among the few in the world to be endorsed by all three international accrediting bodies and we are home to Scotland’s largest Faculty of Engineering as well as Scotland’s largest provider of teacher education. We are the only UK higher education institution involved in all four of the UK’s Quantum Technology Hubs, which explore the properties of quantum mechanics and how they can be harnessed for use in technology.
There has never been a more exciting time to study in Glasgow and every year, thousands of students choose to study at the University of Strathclyde!
Our campus sits in the heart of Glasgow, which has been hailed as one of the top 20 ‘Best of the World’ destinations for 2016 by influential publication National Geographic Traveller.
Earning its reputation as one of the world’s greatest, Glasgow was named as a must visit destination by the New York Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian and Wanderlust and was voted the ‘friendliest city in the world’ in a Rough Guide poll.
However it’s not just the people that make Glasgow great. Our students tell us that it is a brilliant city to live in, whether you enjoy shopping, eating out, going to world class music and sporting events, or visiting museums and art galleries – there is something for everyone!