Tackle the climate crisis. Clean up our oceans. Investigate inequality.
20 April 2022
Tackle the climate crisis. Clean up our oceans. Investigate inequality. Discover how our world works. Be a future world changer.
Ranked 86th in the 2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, the University of Glasgow is home to 33,000 students from over 140 countries. Founded in 1451, the University is part of the Russell Group of research led UK universities and has an excellent reputation throughout the world.
Our School of Geographical and Earth Sciences is ranked in the top 15 in the UK (Complete University Guide 2022) and our Human Geographers are 1st in the UK for research publications and 1st in the UK overall for internationally excellent and world-leading research (REF2014). Choose from our flexible Bachelor’s degrees or our range of specialized Masters programmes for postgraduate students:
- Earth Futures: Environments, Communities, Relationships
- Environmental Futures: Sustainable Systems
- Geoinformation Technology & Cartography
- Geomatics & Management
- Geospatial & Mapping Sciences
- Human Geography: Spaces, Politics, Ecologies
- Land & Hydrographic Surveying
- Sustainable Water Environments
The University’s main campus is nestled within Glasgow’s cosy and cultural West End, home to cafés, bars, restaurants, vintage boutiques, and cultural attractions. An official UNESCO city of music, Glasgow offers a renowned music scene, excellent sport facilities and shopping, and a wealth of arts and cultural venues all on your doorstep. Voted the world’s friendliest city, it is also one of Europe’s most diverse. Glasgow is home to twelve mosques and a wide range of halal butchers and shops.
We want you to have the best student experience we can offer, with a fantastic range of subjects to choose from, delivered by world-renowned researchers, in state-of-the-art lecture theatres and study spaces, and with access to world-class collections and resources.
At Glasgow, we are proud of our diverse, vibrant, and talented students and their ambitions to change the world. Find Out More.