University of Strathclyde International Study Centre

University of Strathclyde International Study Centre

Glasgow , United Kingdom
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 5
    Available Programs
  • 14134
    Average Cost

Overview

You will receive excellent teaching. Discover the University's world-class research and strong links with industry. Strathclyde excels in key subject areas. It has a strong reputation with employers for producing top quality graduates. This makes it the perfect place to prepare for your career.

Be on the cutting edge of innovation and discovery. The University of Strathclyde offers excellent and innovative teaching, learning technologies and facilities. It is investing £650 million over 10 years to enhance the student experience you will receive, including a £31 million investment in a Sport, Health and Wellbeing facility open from 2018.

Follow in the footsteps of extraordinary former Strathclyde students. Their work is having a major impact around the world. Famous alumni include John Logie Baird, inventor of television and Henry Faulds, originator of fingerprint identification.

Entry requirements

Nationality: Only available to overseas students, non-UK and non-EU

Age: You must be 17 years old before the start of the first term

English: Academic IELTS for UKVI 5.0 overall (minimum 4.5 in writing)*

Academic: Good high school graduation grades or equivalent academic study

Entry requirements for English language preparation courses

If you do not meet the requirements for your chosen programme you can choose to study for 1 or 2 terms of English language preparation beforehand.

English Language Preparation for Undergraduate Foundation Programme

1 term

Academic IELTS for UKVI 4.5 overall (with minimum of 4.5 in writing)*

2 term

Academic IELTS for UKVI 4.0 overall (with minimum of 4.0 in writing)*

Scholarship & funding

Scholarships are available for self-funded students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels of study, these cover both the International Study Centre programme and the University degree.

Campuses

Main Campus

Student life

The name Glasgow is said to come from the Gaelic for “green place”, and with over 90 public parks to explore it’s easy to see why. Glasgow has lots of opportunities for you to experience nature, from bike rides around Victorian Kelvingrove Park, to relaxing in the Botanic Gardens, or seeing the wildlife and woods at Mugdock Country Park.