Our main Gilmorehill campus is based in the West End of the city, within easy reach of the city centre by public transport or on foot. It’s a compact, campus-style environment with all the benefits of being in a major city.
Gilmorehill is home to the majority of our teaching and research facilities and will soon be expanded as part of our £1 billion campus development programme to include a mix of research, teaching and public spaces.
At the centre of the campus lies the stunning Gilbert Scott building, with an iconic bell tower that is one of Glasgow’s most notable landmarks.
On this campus we have great indoor sports facilities including a 25m swimming pool, two student unions, our museum and art gallery and an enormous library over 12 floors.
And as we're right in the heart of the West End, the campus is surrounded by shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, supermarkets and a cinema.
Revolutionising your teaching and learning
We’re creating a campus to inspire the next generation of world changers. A 14-acre site beside our main campus is being developed with a planned total investment of £1 billion. Our flagship James McCune Smith Learning Hub is the first building to be delivered through our campus development programme, with completion due by summer 2020.
The £90m building will include flexible learning spaces and technology-enabled teaching resources. As well as increasing our teaching capacity, this modern study space will offer flexible spaces for clubs and societies, conferences and events, becoming the student-focused heart of the campus.
- Round-the-clock access
- Capacity for 2,500 students
- 500-seat lecture theatre
- Interactive teaching spaces