The University of Glasgow is one of the world’s top 100 universities. Our mission is to undertake leading-edge, internationally-competitive research while offering a challenging student-centred learning environment. Through our status as a leading international university, we aim to sustain and add value to Scottish culture and society, to the natural environment and to the national economy.
Founded in 1451, we are the fourth oldest university in the United Kingdom and have nearly 16000 undergraduates, 4000 postgraduates and 4000 adults in continuing education. We welcome students from over 80 countries.
The University is a major research powerhouse, with our annual research contract income in the top ten of UK universities. An exceptional 96% of our research-active staff are in areas which have been independently assessed as producing research of international importance.
We offer an exceptional breadth of undergraduate student choice across the physical and life sciences, the social sciences and the humanities, together with a rapidly-expanding range of postgraduate courses. Our teaching quality has been independently rated as among the top ten in the UK and our medical and veterinary schools are consistently rated amongst the very best in the UK.
The University of Glasgow strives to make the campus accessible to all users. We recognise that due to our ancient, hilltop campus limitations can be encountered, however working with DisabledGo we endeavour to insure all users are aware of the facilities on offer at the University.