Guardians of the River Atrato have travelled to Scotland to work with UofG academics
- International Credit Mobility
The University of Glasgow has been successful once again in securing a €1.5 million Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility grant, allowing 358 staff and students to undertake a period of time abroad. Full information on destinations and on how to apply for funding will be available shortly.
The University of Glasgow has secured a €2.8 million Erasmus+ grant, allowing over 800 students over the next 2 years to study or work abroad as part of their degree.
- Erasmus Mundus
The College of Social Sciences continues to win ERASMUS MUNDUS Joint Master Degree Funding with the success of two renewal bids (IMSISS and GLOCAL). At present CoSS coordinates seven EMJMDs and will award approximately 140 full Scholarships each year across the seven degrees, to four Intakes of students each.
25 OctClimate change is disrupting the rhythms of spring growing and river flooding across Europe, which could pose new problems for biodiversity and food security in floodplains, scientists say.
16 SepA UofG student is using maths and computing skills to train young scientists in Africa to help push the frontiers of knowledge in science and technology.