If you have questions about the International Study Centre or the University of Strathclyde, take a look through the frequently asked questions below for answers to our most common questions.
University of Strathclyde International Study Centre offers a choice of pathway programmes, depending on whether you want to study at undergraduate or postgraduate level. Each pathway programme leads to a wide range of degrees at University of Strathclyde
The Undergraduate Foundation Programme is a preparation programme that leads to entry to the second year of a degree (some exceptions apply). As well as learning about your subject, you will get help with study skills and English language. After completing the Undergraduate Foundation Programme and achieving the required grades, you will progress to the second year of your chosen degree.
International Year One BBA will provide the skills and knowledge needed to progress to the second year of a three year Business Administration degree at University of Strathclyde.
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.
The Pre-Masters programme will prepare you for a masters degree, with a combination of subject-specific teaching, study skills and English tuition.
Improve your English reading, writing and listening skills and build confidence before entering your pathway programme.
If you would like to study at University of Strathclyde International Study Centre, you will need to meet our English language and academic entry requirements.
You can join an English language preparation course first if you need to improve your language skills before starting your pathway programme.
You will have the opportunity to take an active part in seminars, tutorials and lectures to prepare you for the style of teaching and learning you will experience at the University. On our digital programmes, you will learn through our online learning experience platform, insendi, designed by experts in international education, who have a deep understanding of how best to utilise virtual learning methods.
When considering studying in the UK, you need to consider the tuition fees and accommodation costs, as well as your living costs. You can also explore the scholarship options available.
Accommodation fees vary according to the length of stay and which residence you are living in.
You have a wide choice of accommodation options in the Campus Village or city centre. You can either book your room through our team or arrange your own accommodation. We advise that you book your accommodation soon after accepting your offer and making your confirmation payment.
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You can book accommodation once you have accepted your offer of a place and paid the confirmation payment.
If you are studying your programme on campus in the UK, you will need a Student visa. Find more information on the visa process.
The first step is to apply, receive an offer of a place, and accept your place by paying a deposit and Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS) payment. You will then receive a CAS and can start the visa application process online.
You can apply for a UK visa up to three months before the start date of your programme, once you have received an offer of a place, paid a deposit and received your Certificate of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).
Make sure to start your application early, to give it enough time to be processed before you need to travel to the UK.
Complete our easy-to-use online enquiry form and someone will respond to you shortly.
The International Study Centre is located in the Graham Hills Building, in central Glasgow, alongside the rest of the campus. View the University's campus map.
University of Strathclyde International Study Centre
Graham Hills Building
University of Strathclyde
50 George Street
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