University of Glasgow (U21)
|University of Glasgow (U21)|
|Approximate semester dates:||Semester 1 (Fall): September-December
Semester 2 (Spring): January-May
|Language of instruction:||English|
|Full time load equivalent:||60 credits per semester (Usually 3-4 courses)|
Fields of Study Available:
This is not an exclusive list of the Disciplines available.
Humanities & Social Sciences:
Sciences & Health Sciences:
Business & Law:
Course Catalogue (Browse by Subject Area or Search - please tick the box "Visiting Students")
Occasionally, students can take some Level 4 (SCQF level 10) courses at Honours level.
***Nursing (Clinical Placement) avaliable for Year 3 students (up to 2 places) for UQ Sem 1 only. Apply to UQ Abroad by May deadline in Year 2. More details at http://www.gla.ac.uk/undergraduate/degrees/nursing/ (Read Programme Structure and Important Information)
***Health & Social Studies courses available at the Dumfries Campus (1 hr 45 mins by direct train from Glasgow). More details at http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/interdisciplinary/undergraduate/undergraduatecoursesa-z/
Please note that the options listed on this webpage should be used as a guide only. Additional discipline areas may be available. For current information about fields of study, course selection and language proficiency requirements, please check the host university's website.
|Restricted Fields of Study:|
|Approximate living expenses:||
GBP 8,500 per year
Semester-long exchange only
Undergraduate exchange only
Guaranteed university accommodation (Conditions apply)
Emmanuel Piping Scholarships at UQ: for students who want to go on exchange at Glasgow and learn piping in the National Piping Centre. Students have to apply for residence or non-residence at UQ's Emmanuel College. Contact UQ Abroad for details.
- Functional Anatomy (20 credits, for Pre-Med students or Science majors, good cumulative GPA or B average)
- Medical Humanities: an Introduction (20 credits, offered in Semester 1)
- Bagpipes - History, Repertoire and Performance (20 credits, offered in either semester)
- The University of Glasgow, founded in 1451, is the 4th oldest university in the English-speaking world.
- Glasgow is Glas-ghu in Gaelic, meaning "dear green place".
- Glasgow is host to the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Glasgow also has two famous football clubs: Rangers and Celtic. Make sure you go and watch a match while you are there!
- Glasgow has one of the liveliest club and music scenes outside London. The city has been named a UNESCO City of Music and hosts a non-stop programme of festivals, gigs and comedies.
|Universitas 21 Member:||www.universitas21.com|