Study at the International Study Centre to progress to the UK's University of the Year (THE Student Awards 2019). Leading in international technology, Strathclyde is consistently highly ranked for many different subjects. Find out more about why students choose the University of Strathclyde.
Top 20 UK University
The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023
University of the Year 2012 & 2019
Times Higher Education Awards
Glasgow is ranked as the 3rd best student city in the UK
QS Best Student Cities 2022
£1 billion campus investment
Discover our pathway programmes
The International Study Centre offers a preparation programme for every level of higher education study. You will learn alongside other international students as you settle into life in Scotland.
International Year Two Civil Engineering
The International Year Two in Civil Engineering provides an accelerated route to the third year of a four-year Civil Engineering degree for students who perform above the level needed to study our Undergraduate Foundation Programme. This programme delivers a range of relevant core modules over three terms.
We offer a variety of postgraduate pathways with different course lengths to suit you. These include a standard two-term Pre-Masters Programme and our 12-week Accelerated Pre-Masters Programme. Alternatively the virtually based Online Accelerated Pre-Masters Programme gives you the opportunity to study remotely.
Scholarships for international students
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.Scholarship opportunities
The progress from being on the Foundation and going to the University of Strathclyde is huge. It changed me a lot. At the International Study Centre, it's a small community. We all know each other and we can talk about anything we want. At the University, you have to work by yourself to get what you want. It prepared me for my degree.
Malik from Oman
Studied Undergraduate Foundation Programme in Business and Social Studies
Progressed to BA (Hons) Finance & Business Law
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