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  • Locations: Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Program Sponsor: ISEP 
  • Restrictions: UVM applicants only
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Class Status: Junior, Senior
Field of Study: American Studies, Architecture, Biology, Business, Celtic/Irish Studies, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Eastern European Studies, Education, Engineering, European Studies, French, Global Studies, Health Science, History, IT/Computer Science, Italian Language & Literature, Kinesiology, Law, Liberal Arts, Literature, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Sports Science Available Experience Abroad: Study Abroad
Minimum GPA: 2.75 UVM Grants and Scholarships available: No
Type of Program: ISEP Direct
Program Description:
ISEP Direct Scotland
  • Live your Scottish dreams in Glasgow, a city recently voted the 4th best in the world due to the kindness, friendliness, and sense of humor of its people. Glasgow provides the perfect balance of culture and beauty, with historic castles and the beautiful Highlands within easy reach. 
  • Recognized (twice!) as the University of the Year and the Business School of the Year for the whole of the UK, Strathclyde offers AACSB and EQUIS accreditation and an expansive class list to support students from any academic program.  
  • Never leave campus - everything you need is right at your fingertips! Facilities include a state-of-the-art library, a brand-new student union, a 25-metre swimming pool, dance studios, restaurants and many student societies and clubs. 
  • Studying at Strathclyde offers you the chance to explore the abundance of high street stores, adorable second-hand shops, restaurants for every cuisine, clubs, theatres, and museums (most of which are free!). Hosting a different festival every month of the year (including Celtic Connections, Glasgow Film Festival, and the World Piping Championship) Glasgow is never short on things to do. 

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and has been voted the friendliest city in the world. Enjoy listening to the bagpipe street performers on Buchanan Street or pop into a pub in Finneston, one of Glasgow’s hippest neighborhoods.  

What We Love About Glasgow 
We love that the Scottish people are friendly, inviting, inclusive, and that they love a good party - street parties, concerts, and film festivals happen all year round! 

Visit the Program Page for Study in Scotland to learn more. 

You can meet with the ISEP Coordinator at your home campus or speak with an ISEP Student Services Officer, who will guide you through the application process, pre-departure, your time abroad, and your return. To connect with ISEP, visit our website.