The College is composed of four Schools: Critical Studies (English and Scottish Language and Literature, Theology and Religious Studies), Culture and Creative Arts (History of Art, Music, Theatre, Film and TV Studies, Cultural Policy), Modern Languages and Cultures (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Italian, German, Russian, Polish, Czech and Comparative Literature) and Sgoil nan Daonnachdan (Humanities) (Archaeology, Celtic and Gaelic, Classics, History, Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII) and Philosophy). History of Art was rated number one in the UK for research in 2008; seven more of our subjects are in the UK top 10 (Cultural Policy, Celtic and Gaelic, English Language, English Literature, Scottish Literature, HATII, Theatre & Film), and five more in the UK top 20 (French, History, Music, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies); we are usually in the top 10 grant earners from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Glasgow is a World Top 100 university.
With over 3000 Undergraduate students and 800 degree combinations, there is a huge amount of flexibility in our undergraduate degrees.
With over 60 Masters, and a diverse range of research study opportunities, the College provides a springboard whether you are looking develop your career or study a PhD.