The University has been welcoming students from Taiwan for many years. The Taiwan team make regular visits to Taipei and Kaohsiung to meet prospective students and the alumni network.
Glasgow is the third largest city in the UK, famous for its shopping. Chinese culture is very influential in Glasgow, with a wealth of Chinese restaurants, supermarkets and traditional Chinese medicine stores in the city.
The University works closely with a number of Taiwanese universities.
Annie McLaughlin, International Officer (East Asia)
Tel: +44 (0)141 330 7012
Project Manager, East & Southeast Asia
University of Glasgow Beijing Office
Address: The British Centre,Room 1001, China Life Tower, 16 Chaoyangmenwai Avenue, Beijing, 100020, China
Tel: +86-10-85251111 ext. 324
Lexy Docwra, International Recruitment Coordinator (East Asia)
+44 (0)141 330 3241
Meet us in Taiwan
You can find details of our future visits to Taiwan on our Travel Schedule. If there are no visits scheduled at this time, please contact one of our International Representatives based in your country.
If you would like to speak to a current student about studying at the University and living in Glasgow then please use our Student Network service. This is a great way to get the inside information about what it's like to be a student at Glasgow.
Factsheet for applicants from Taiwan
You can find out more information specifically for students from Taiwan by downloading our Taiwan Factsheet .
You can also view our Taiwan Factsheet in Chinese .
The Taiwanese High School Diploma/Certificate is not acceptable for direct entry to the University of Glasgow. Applicants who have studied A Levels, IB, a recognised foundation programme or equivalent will be considered for entry.
We will consider applications to Masters Degrees from graduates of recognised Universities in Taiwan, normally with 80% (GPA 3.2) or better. Many Masters degrees also have subject-specific requirements.
Partnerships with Taiwanese Institutions
The University works closely with National Yang Ming University, Kaohsiung Medical University and Taipei Municipal University of Education.