We currently have over 40 Ecuadorian students at Glasgow, studying a range of programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level. To further build the relationship between Glasgow and Ecuador, the University is currently working with SENESCYT to develop an agreement to offer discounts on tuition fees for students receiving SENESCYT support. In addition to a wealth of events held by our International Student Support team, our Ecuadorian students are also invited to join the University’s Hispanic Society.
We welcome students from over 140 countries, equating your local qualification(s) to an equivalent of our entry requirements. If you still have queries after reviewing, please refer to 'Contact Us' below.
The University will consider students who have gained the Ecuadorian high school diploma (Bachillerato) for admission into Glasgow’s foundation programme which is run by the Glasgow International College. On successful completion of the foundation programme you will progress into Year two of the main undergraduate Bachelor’s Degree.
The University will consider students that have completed the IB. Applications with 36 points will be considered for direct admission to most schools. Please note that there are certain exceptions.
For Masters degrees we are looking for a minimum 14 out of 20 in a relevant subject area.
- University of Glasgow funding
- University of Glasgow funding
Study Abroad and Exchange opportunities at Glasgow
We welcome over 1500 students every year via the long-established Study Abroad and exchange programmes
If you want to come to Glasgow for a year abroad and your country does not have an existing agreement please look at our incoming Study Abroad Programme options
Students who choose to be counselled by an agency should expect the following standards of service:
- Representatives will support students throughout the application process, providing advice and assistance in the preparation/submission of documents. It is, however, the applicant who must remain ultimately responsible for their account and the management of communications.
- Representatives will have full access to student data contained within the application form and may manage a student application by discussing all aspects of the application with the University of Glasgow.
- Representatives should be honest and accurate in communicating information about the University to the student and vice versa. At no time should representatives disseminate false or misleading information to the student or to the University.
- Representatives will conduct themselves with fairness and integrity at all times and are subject to a rigorous selection and ongoing training process by the University of Glasgow.
- Representatives are paid by the University for their services and will not pass on charges to prospective students.
We would be happy to welcome you to our historic main campus in the heart of Glasgow, where we host open days and campus tours for you to experience our University in person. For more information, go to: http://www.gla.ac.uk/about/visit/.
International Summer School
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL 2020 - CANCELLED
With the impact globally from the ongoing spread of COVID-19, to protect the health and safety of staff and students we have taken the decision to cancel the 2020 International Summer School.
We fully intend to offer a variety of International Summer School programmes in summer 2021. Our summer 2021 programmes will be advertised from September 2020 so please keep an eye open for further information.
Our International Summer School is an excellent introduction to studying at a world renowned university.
Summer study allows you to:
- Explore a particular topic in more depth
- Experience teaching from world-class academic staff
- Supplement your studies and gain international experience and credits at a world-class university