University of Strathclyde Glasgow
In 1796 our founder, Professor John Anderson, questioned the idea of what a university should be. To make education a vital force in people’s lives, he established “a place of useful learning”.
Why choose Strathclyde Glasgow?
The Admissions Office deals with all undergraduate and postgraduate applications and admissions to the University.
The Admissions Office aims to:
- develop and implement the University’s admission policy;
- ensure that all applications and admissions at undergraduate and postgraduate level are dealt with in a friendly, effective and efficient manner;
- enable decisions to be made promptly on all applications.
Update – The UK Visas and Immigration have announced changes to the Maintenance Requirements for Tier 4. In addition to the first year’s Tuition Fees, from 1st July 2014, when applying for a visa for Brunel University, you must show you have living costs of £820 per month for each month of your course (to a maximum of 9 months, or£7,380).
If you have applied to live in on-campus accommodation, the maximum amount you may deduct from the living costs part of your visa application’s Maintenance Requirement will now be £1,200.
Students who are applying to study abroad at Brunel independently should email the Study Abroad Manager directly to receive a link to the online application form.
Students who are applying through an existing partnership agreement must be nominated by their home institution in order to take part in the study abroad programme. Once you have been nominated, you will be sent a link to the online application form by email.
In order for us to consider your application, you must also submit all the supporting documents by the deadline shown on the course fees page. Below please find list of documents required:
- English language qualification (if applicable)
- Documentation of finance (£800/month or £7,200/year for maintenance costs plus applicable tuition fees)
- Official academic transcript of records
- Copy of valid passport ID page
- Letter of recommendation
- Personal statement
- Module selection form
Please use the module selection form to make provisional module choices from the list of available modules. You will need to select 3 modules per term. We advise you to select a few alternative modules since we cannot guarantee that you will be able to register for your first choice of modules. You will be able to discuss your choices and amend your modules if necessary at registration.
All applicants must be a current student at an overseas university or college of higher education and have completed at least one year of study at their home institution. The minimum academic requirement is a GPA of at least 2.8 out of 4.0 (or equivalent).
All students are required to meet the University’s minimum English language requirements by taking either an IELTS or another recognised English language qualification at an appropriate level, unless they are a native of an English-speaking country.
- Encouraging and supporting without exception all staff and students to fully realise their potential
- Working together effectively across traditionally perceived divides, such as academic and professional services; staff and students; teaching and research
- Working collaboratively to find the simplest and most effective ways of going about our business, avoiding duplication of effort, sharing good practice and pursuing continual improvement
- Encouraging all staff and students to consider the impact their actions have on others, on society and on the environment
- Encouraging inquiry and innovation in everything we do – in Faculties, Departments, Schools, Directorates and Services – and valuing the contribution every member of staff and each student makes to the University
- Making sure that communication within the University is a dialogue and not a monologue, talking with each other to support and praise achievement
- Developing and trusting the creative ability of our people, all of whom contribute to the development of the institution; every member of staff, every researcher, every student, should have the confidence to suggest how the life of the University and its contribution to civic society could be improved
DEPARTMENTS & FACULTIES
STRATHCLYDE BUSINESS SCHOOL
- Accounting and Finance
- Human Resource Management
- Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship
- Management Science
- Department of Marketing
- Department of Strategy and Organisation
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical & Process Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management
- Electronic & Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
- National Centre for Prosthetics & Orthotics
- Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering
- Humanities & Social Sciences (HaSS)
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK & SOCIAL POLICY
- School of Education
- School of Government & Public Policy
- School of Humanities
- Law School
- School of Psychological Sciences & Health
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
- Chemistry, Pure and Applied Chemistry
- Computer & Information Sciences
- Mathematics & Statistics
- Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy & Biomedical Sciences