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UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW

 

The city of Glasgow has risen from its gritty and industrial past to become one of Europe's emerging cities of culture with magnificent art collections from the classical to the contemporary, and a lively theater and music scene. Glasgow now houses trendy boutiques, a buzzing club scene, an endless variety of ethnic restaurants and distinctive neighborhoods. With street markets, fringe theaters, cafes, film festivals and performance art and music everywhere you look.

The university is the second oldest in Scotland, with close to 17,000 students. Glasgow enjoys one of the largest biology departments in the UK, has superb offerings in Scottish Literature and Scottish Studies and excels in Medieval History. Courses in Theater, Film and Television, Theology, Physics and Engineering are very popular with students as well as the diverse offerings in law.

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Area(s) of Study

  • Accounting
  • Educational Administration
  • Humanities
  • Philosophy
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Information Studies
  • Physics
  • Anthropology
  • English
  • Italian
  • Psychology
  • Art History
  • European Studies
  • Latin
  • Radio-Television-Film
  • Biochemistry
  • Finance
  • Law
  • Religious Studies
  • Biology
  • Fine Arts
  • Liberal Arts
  • Slavic
  • Chemistry
  • French
  • Management
  • Social Science
  • Civil Engineering
  • General Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Sociology
  • Classical Civilization
  • Geography
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Spanish
  • Communication Studies
  • German
  • Molecular Biology
  • Statistics
  • Comparative Literature
  • Government
  • Music
  • Theatre And Dance
  • Computer Science
  • Greek
  • Natural Sciences
  • Undergraduate Studies
  • Curriculum And Instruction
  • History

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Academic Information

Students usually take 3 courses in one semester and receive 15 credit hours at UT. Quite comprehensive course offerings in Arts, Social Science, Life Science, Science and Engineering. DO NOT have PR or ADV classes, but have RTF. Strong English lit and language but no creative writing.

Language(s) of Instruction

English

Eligibility

Service Learning/Internship

  • Service Learning - No
  • Internship - No

Housing

10-15 min walk from campus are university run student apartments. Students will live with other exchange and international students. Wolfson hall is further away, so recommended you don't preference this one. Between $2,500-$3,100/semester. Spring a little more expensive due to semester length.

Open To

Students from all colleges and schools

Program Cost

Budgets below are samples, but include everything students need to plan for except funds for extensive entertainment or personal travel. Students pay a $75 application fee and $500 exchange fee in addition to regular UT tuition. Financial aid and scholarships can be used.

Program Dates:

- Spring
  • January 11, 2021 to May 28, 2021
  • Final Deadline: October 1, 2020
- Fall
  • September 10, 2020 to December 18, 2020
  • Priority Deadline: March 1, 2020
  • Final Deadline: March 15, 2020

Application Code

090112

Additional Resources

Program Website
Video
Brochure
Facebook

Next Step

1) Attend an Explore regional session. Dates and locations listed on website. 2) Meet with Academic Advisor to discuss credit. 3) Attend a Ready to Apply group advising session with Daniel Ach. Dates and times given at Explore session. 4) Complete Mandatory Pre-departure Orientation.

Program information above is subject to change