The Faculty of Science covers all the major scientific disciplines, from life sciences, chemistry and physics, through to computer science, mathematics and statistics.
The Faculty of Science explores the challenges and opportunities of the natural and technology worlds. This includes drug discovery, public health, environmental concerns, tackling cybercrime and understanding space.
The Faculty provides a dynamic, supportive and friendly place to study. Studying science at Strathclyde makes you part of an international community. Our staff and students come from more than 40 countries.
We plan to launch the Strathclyde Digital Academy. The University, partner colleges and employers will meet the need for skilled digital technology graduates. It will provide pathways to degree-level study and employment in the key disciplines of ICT and digital technology.
Our degrees allow you to gain a valuable qualification that will enhance your career prospects. Enjoy our high-quality teaching, informed by innovative research and delivered by world-class researchers. We also have strong links with industry, the NHS and international partners.
The Faculty has more than £20 million of external research grant income each year. The money funds research activity across pure and applied sciences. Many staff work in partnership with international researchers. Others undertake research overseas and contribute to, or lead, international conferences.