About the institution
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) was formed in 1933 by a merging of The Queen’s College Glasgow and Glasgow Polytechnic. Its single-site campus is in the centre of Glasgow and its hub is the futuristic Saltire Centre, a learning centre which is home to the university’s library and offers a range of facilities, including inflatable igloo semi-private study areas. GCU also has a postgraduate campus in London where the British School of Fashion is based.
Courses and subject guides
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