University of Strathclyde

University of Strathclyde

Glasgow , United Kingdom
  • 80
    Acceptance Rate
  • 373
    Available Programs
  • 18821
  • 14050
    Average Cost
  • 95
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


The university offers a range of subjects, but has a focus on technological and scientific studies. Research is also an important part of Strathclyde’s offerings, with key focuses on health, manufacturing and energy, among others. Also on offer are a wide variety of partnerships with businesses as well as other higher education institutions, both inside and outside of the UK.
Being that it is such a long-running and well-established institution, the University of Strathclyde has a proud line of alumni, including Team GB swimmer Robbie Renwick, inventor John Logie Baird, explorer David Livingstone and comedian Ed Byrne.

Entry requirements

The University accepts the most widely available. Information on this can be found on the British Council Website.
Their current standard requirements are:
IELTS (Academic): 6.5 overall (no individual band less than 5.5)
Faculty of Science: IELTS (Academic): 6.0 overall (no individual band less than 5.5)
Some degree programmes have different English language requirements to the above so please check each individual course page for details.

Scholarship & funding

Most scholarships have eligibility requirements ranging from level of study, course or previous academic achievements to residence or nationality. Before spending a long time on an application, check that you meet the basic eligibility requirements outlined in the scholarship information.
Some scholarships offer a full funding package that covers both tuition fees and living expenses. Other awards offer partial funding, for example a contribution to living costs or tuition fees only. In this case you may need to look for other funding to make up any shortfall. If you have a family, check whether a scholarship offering living costs includes an allowance for a partner and/or children


Student life

Law student Jessica from Canada tells us about studying at Strathclyde and what her hopes are in her career