The School of Modern Languages & Cultures seeks to foster a culture of excellence in research in each area of its activities, thereby fomenting an intellectual climate in which learning and teaching of the highest quality can be delivered. In doing so the School aims to participate fully in the University of Glasgow's mission which is to play a leading role in the intellectual, professional, commercial and cultural life of the local, national, and international communities to which it belongs and with which it interacts.
- General information (including Visas) can be found on the University's International students pages.
- A dedicated International Student Support team provides advice on non-academic matters such as immigration, employment, finance and any other concerns you may have.
- Enquiries about your programme of study should be directed either to your Programme Convener, to your Adviser of Studies or to the Head of School Administration in the Hetherington Building.
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