University of Glasgow


What are the best things about studying at your university?


"The quality of teaching is great and there are always a lot of social events on campus. There are lots of career fairs as well as access to internship opportunities through the internship hub."
"The university is very organised in general and very helpful. The classes I take are fantastic. The facilities offered to students are very good and it has two student unions as well as hundreds of clubs and societies! There's a great student life on campus and there's always so much to do! The university is in a wonderful part of Glasgow as well."
"It's a spectacular looking university, the people are all very friendly and the course is exactly what I wanted. As a third year, I am finding the course really interesting and fun."
"It's a great location for the social life in Glasgow, we have two unions! On the course side of things, we're second-to-none for placement opportunities."
"The support from staff, the city and the university as a whole."
"It's a great university with good classes and supportive lecturers. There's a good social life with plenty of different societies and activities to try. Having exams before, rather than after, Christmas is a plus."
"There are lots of student organised things like the student unions, clubs and societies etc. We have good lecturers and support and the university is well respected, it's a good name to have a degree from."
"The access to a wide range of study materials and the beautiful buildings. It's a highly-respected university with a lot of guest lecturers."
"It has a very good name for itself and Glasgow is a fantastic city with a great social scene and a rich, vibrant history."
"The teaching facilities are great and the staff are knowledgeable of their subjects. There is a vibrant social atmosphere and many opportunities to meet new people or find new places. Glasgow's museums in particular are an underrated and valuable resource."

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