The School has moved to a brand new building with state-of-the-art facilities in April 2017. PhD students have access to a dedicated postgraduate study and collaboration space, featuring a presentation wall, group-work tables and study booths. In addition each student has a desk and PC workstation in one our dedicated postgraduate offices. The School has a very extensive and powerful computing network, based on Unix and Linux machines, with PC's, printers and plotters attached to the network. A wide variety of software is available.
Sport and recreational services
The University has sporting and recreational facilities on campus and on the Garscube Estate. Glasgow is also the gateway to the Higlands of Scotland for those interested in adventure sports and general outdoor pusuits. Indeed, the University is situated withing five miles of the northern boundary of the Strathclyde conurbation.
Once you have decided to come to Glasgow, you will need to decided where to stay. Information on accommodation, including an application form, is sent automatically by the College Offices to all students who are offered admission to the University. A wide variety of accommodation is available. The University owns flats which are reserved for rent by postgraduate students. Accommodation can also be rented privately. Details are available from the Accommodation Office, 73 Gt. George Street, Glasgow G12 8RR, Scotland, U.K.
The University makes available a variety of language courses for students, or members of their family, who are not native English speakers. Details of these courses can be provided on request. See webpage.
Photos taken by Graham Construction, HLM Architects, McAteer Photograph as well as Hannah Moitt.