Student support

Student support

The Students' Representative Council (SRC)

Situated in the John McIntyre Building, beside the University Main Gate, the SRC Welfare Office is open to all students with any welfare problems. The SRC employs two welfare advisors who are trained to deal with all aspects of financial, accommodation and legal problems.

SRC Office Open Hours

Monday -Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 4pm

SRC Contact Details

SRC Telephone: 0141 339 8541
SRC Website: www.glasgowstudent.net/

Student Health Service

The University also operates a University Health Service (not part of the state provision) with customised provision for students. There is also a network of welfare provision. We suggest you ask for a copy of the University's Welfare leaflet at Freshers' Week. All students are required to register with a local doctor - information will be sent or made available to all students occupying University owned accommodation.

Follow this link for details of the University Health Service.

Overseas Student Welfare

The University's Student Recruitment & Admissions Service provides a welfare service to assist overseas students during their period of study here.

The International Student Advisor is able to help students with the practical aspects of living and studying in Glasgow. They also liaise with other individuals and organisations with similar aims. They are able to advise on problems associated with accommodation, police registration, banking matters, school enrolment etc.

The aim of the service is to give a sympathetic, confidential and practical service as quickly as possible.

International Student Advisor Contact Details

Location: No. 1 The Square
Office Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
Office Contact Number:

0141 330 6064

0141 330 4241

Office Fax Number: 0141 330 4045

Safer Student

Glasgow is a safe city to live, socialise and study in however like any large city crimes do occur that can be upsetting if they happen to you. Safer Student is a website designed to raise awareness in relation to personal safety issues and general methods of crime prevention.

The contributions appearing on the website are from students and representatives from C.A.P.E.E ( Crime Awareness Panel for Educational Establishments), including Strathclyde Police.