The Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow have the triple crown of accreditation and are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA) for their Glasgow MBA programme.
The University of Glasgow is internationally rnowned and was named Scottish University of the Year 2018. Courses available at Adam Smith Business School include:
The Student Counselling and Advisory Service forms one part of the student support network and is available to registered students of the University of Glasgow.
As a University, Glasgow we have consistently scored in the top 30 in the UK and top 100 in the world.
International students are guaranteed a place in accommodation provided they have accepted an unconditional offer to study and their completed application form is received by the year of entry deadline – usually August. There are around 3,500 rooms in and around the north-west of the city, the furthest of which is 45 minutes’ walk away from the main campus.
The Accommodation Office can also assist students with finding private rented accommodation in and around Glasgow. These include private flats, shared houses or lodgings.
Scotland's biggest city, Glasgow hosts the largest student population in Scotland and is in the top five most popular UK cities for visitors according to the Office of National Statistics. Glasgow is one of Europe’s liveliest cities with a vibrant social scene, great shopping, thriving venues and international festivals. Frommer’s and Condenaste Travel Guides named Glasgow as one of the top destinations in Europe and in the top two in the UK.
I sincerely thank SI-UK for getting me accepted to UCL. The MSc in Urban Development and Planning is extremely competitive, but the right guidance provided by SI-UK made my dream of studying at University College London a reality. The services were exceptional from beginning to end.
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