Students at the University of Strathclyde represent around 100 different nationalities, including Nigeria. Each year, the University welcomes more than 90 Nigerian students, who live and study with other people from the UK and across the world.
A warm welcome
When you arrive, the Nigerian Society is a great place to make new friends. Students of all religions are also invited to the multi-faith Chaplaincy Centre.
Study in the heart of Glasgow
Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city, and the third largest in the UK. It has an international culture, with world foods and many African churches. The largest mosque in Scotland is less than 15 minutes’ walk from campus. To find out why international students love Glasgow, watch our video:
Your pathway to the University of Strathclyde
You can progress to the University by successfully completing a pathway programme at the University of Strathclyde International Study Centre (ISC). You will study English language and academic modules that prepare you for your UK degree.
A combined scholarship is available for the duration of an International Study Centre programme and a degree at the University of Strathclyde. Check out our scholarship page to find out more.
"I chose to study in Strathclyde because of the rankings for my course. When I checked the rankings for electrical and mechanical engineering, I saw that Strathclyde was in the top ten. I like to aim for good things so I came to Strathclyde for that reason.”
Ololade from Nigeria
Studied Undergraduate Foundation Programme in Engineering and Sciences
Now studying: BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering