University of Glasgow


Glasgow, UK

Overall Ranking

19 in Webomatrics - World




  • Established in 1451 in Scotland as a public research institute, the University of Glasgow stands as the 4th oldest university in the English-speaking world. 
  • Comprising four colleges, namely the College of Arts, College of Social Sciences, College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences, and College of Science & Engineering, the university has an enrollment of over 29,000 students and a teaching faculty of over 3,400 members (including research staff). 
  • The University of Glasgow degree programs (undergraduate, postgraduate and postgraduate research) include Celtic Civilization, Finance, Psychology, Theatre Studies, English Literature, etc.
  • Students can also opt for short online courses in Creative Writing, Languages, Literature and Film, Philosophy, etc., free Massive Online Open Courses, and the 10-week Robert Burns online courses. The Study Abroad program, in conjunction with 300 partners, allows students to spend two weeks to a year in another country. 
  • The estimated undergraduate tuition fee for Scotland and EU students is GBP 1,820. Regarding financial aid, UK students can avail themselves of the RUK Access Bursary. Some other financial aid includes Kennedy Scholarships, Graham Trust Bursary Scheme, and Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund. 
  • Interestingly, it is also home to Scotland's oldest public museum, The Hunterian. 
About the University

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Size of Campus

85 acres

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Requirements Specific to India




Minimum Requirement


CISCE/CBSE/Metro State Board

75% in key subjects


Central, State or leading deemed and private universities

70% overall


Required Proficiency In English



Minimum Requirement

Cambridge English Advanced (CAE)


Pearson Test of English (Academic)

68 with a minimum of 60 in writing

Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)


International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

7.0 overall with no less than 7.0 in sub-tests

Admission Process



Full-time students must use the Universities & Colleges Admissions Service to apply (UCAS). The University also accepts Centre or Teacher Assessed Grades in lieu of exam results.

International students applying to Arts, Engineering, Law, Nursing, Science, and Social Sciences can use The Common Application. However, if applying to multiple UK universities, UoG recommends utilizing UCAS. UCAS is the only way to apply to dentistry, education, medicine, and veterinary medicine.


Application deadlines

26 January: UK applicants (unless stated otherwise on the UCAS website)
30 June: International students


Documents Required

Here are some of the crucial documents that international students applying to the University of Glasgow in 2022 will need:

  1. English language proficiency score
  2. Statement of Purpose/Personal Statement
  3. Official academic transcripts 
  4. Letters of Recommendation
  5. SAT Score
  6. Updated CV/Resume
  7. A passport & UK Student Visa 
  8. Bank Statements


The University of Glasgow residences for undergraduates and postgraduates consist of catered and self-catered options comprising suites, apartments, houses, and flats, all equipped with dining services. Some popular residential accommodations are Brooke House, Winton Drive, Lister House, and Dumfries Hall.

Why choose UoG's On-Campus Accommodation?


When it comes to finding a place to reside during their time in Glasgow, students have a plethora of choices. However, UoG believes that staying in university housing is the best option for the majority of students. Read on to know why.

  • If you are a full-time student at the university, you are guaranteed accommodation
  • Staying in University accommodation, sharing a residence with students from the same institution, or possibly even the same programme, is the only way to receive the whole "University of Glasgow Experience."
  • Undergraduates and postgraduates are not housed in the same block.
  • Your accommodation fees include access to one of the best university sports facilities in the UK.
  • You have access to dedicated University support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and direct access to University Student Support Services through Residence staff.
  • You will not be held liable for the complete accommodation contract if your circumstances change and you formally drop out of your studies.
  • You can choose from a variety of flats and rooms available at various prices.

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A placement year is probably the best method to improve your degree and considerably raise your chances of landing a decent job or PhD position. Not only will you gain valuable experience and training, but UoG's placement students earn an average income of £12,000-14,000!

Finding a job may seem challenging at first. Nonetheless, the placement team will be by your side every step of the way.



Beginning the Placement


The student and the firm can negotiate the start date of the placement, but most start in July or August. Accommodation arrangements should be made well in advance of the commencement date. It's possible that the placement will be a continuation of a project started by a previous year's student, in which case you may arrange to take over their housing. Alternatively, the employer may be able to provide temporary housing for the first few weeks while arrangements are made. In any situation, it is the student's responsibility to contact the firm and make the required accommodations arrangements. If complications emerge, get advice from your academic supervisor.


Leap Scholar Verdict


This University has a diverse community with students and staff from 140 different countries.

81% of total research works are considered internationally excellent by the Research Excellence Framework

Career Service of the University has links with 10,000 employers in various public and government sectors.

About 95.9% of graduates get employed or go for higher studies.

High acceptance rate of around 70%.

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Where is University of Glasgow located?

University of Glasgow is located in Glasgow, UK

How much does it cost to study in University of Glasgow?

The average first year cost to study in University of Glasgow is INR 3015434

What is the acceptance rate for University of Glasgow?

University of Glasgow has an acceptance rate of 12.5%

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