Internationalisation at Glasgow
Glasgow is a globally connected university with deep civic roots. For over 560 years, the University of Glasgow has established creative and vibrant partnerships with communities, colleagues and students across the world. We collaborate to develop our teaching and research with partners around the world and welcome conversations with potential partners in education, industry, commerce and government.
The University of Glasgow unreservedly upholds human rights with regard to sexual orientation and personal privacy. In determining our TNE and other partnerships, we consider the human rights environment in which such operations are or are likely to be located. In establishing any partnership we comply with the law of the land while ensuring that the operational and support systems employed in any University of Glasgow entity are in accordance with our statutes and institutional principles.
The Radboud-Glasgow Collaboration fund is now open. University of Glasgow staff are invited to a Radboud-Glasgow Collaboration Fund GRAB Lunch Session on 27 January.