Our strategic partners are those institutions with and for which the university has invested funding with the specific objective of nurturing the relationship.
Transnational education (TNE) gives students around the world the opportunity to study in their own country for a University of Glasgow degree.
The University of Glasgow belongs to three membership networks and considers itself in strategic alliance with the fellow members of Universitas 21 (U21), The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities and CIVIS. We derive a number of benefits from membership of these networks and considers its relationships with other members to be of important value.
Funding is available for University of Glasgow staff who are interested in working with our strategic partners in these networks.
The University of Glasgow welcomes over 1500 visiting students every year and for current students there are various opportunities to study or work abroad. There are also opportunities for staff.
Mobility initiatives can last from a few weeks to a whole year and include:
Visit our individual country pages for a list of study abroad and exchange partners.
To find outward mobility by subject use our Go Abroad search.
We offer a number of degrees where we work closely with partners around the world to deliver programmes including:
These offer students, staff and institutions engagement with international partners and greater access to resources than in one single programme.