At the University of Strathclyde, students are encouraged to make the most of their life outside the classroom, both on campus and in the city of Glasgow.
The campus has everything you need for an unforgettable student experience. Facilities include a state-of-the-art library, Scotland’s largest student union, restaurants and many student societies and clubs you can join.
Getting involved in activities at the Students' Union is a great way to settle into university life and make new friends. You will also develop valuable organisational and interpersonal skills that you’ll use throughout your life.
The University’s Centre for Sport & Recreation provides a range of sports facilities, including fitness classes, squash courts, a swimming pool, and a gym with free weights and state of the art fitness suite. There is also a playing field with pitches for football, rugby and hockey.
The £31 million Sport, Health and Wellbeing facility includes a six-lane swimming pool and a large gym area. There is also a specialist academic space for teaching and research.
Access the four-court sports hall.
Cycle to fitness at virtual and instructed spin classes.
Try competitive team sports like basketball.
New squash courts for this high energy sport.
Keep fit with the state of the art gym with 180 stations.
Work out in the strength and conditioning area.
You will have access to modern IT facilities and services to support your studies. These include:
Whether you’re studying alone or working in a group, the University’s Andersonian library has a wide variety of areas to suit you. You’ll have access to around one million print volumes, more than 400,000 electronic books and over 37,000 e-journals. Friendly staff are available to show you how to use the variety of resources on offer.
With Glasgow on your doorstep, you’ll have the opportunity to explore everything this exciting city has to offer. Find out more about Glasgow.
Learn about your housing options at the International Study Centre and how to book your room once you have been offered a place to study here.
Find out about life in Glasgow, one of Scotland's largest cities, and things you can do in the surrounding area. Get the most out of city and country life.
Glasgow has a lot of people, but compared to London you get more support. As a new person going to a new country, you need that support."
Paddy from Uganda Studied Undergraduate Foundation Programme in
Business and Social Studies
Progressed to BA (Hons) Accounting
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