Glasgow Caledonian University
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), the University for the Common Good, is a vibrant, values-led, multi-cultural, civic University with a global outlook and strong commitment to delivering social innovation and sustainable development in its education and research. GCU contributes to society in a way that goes beyond the traditional role of a university. Our commitment to the Common Good is brought to life through our Strategy 2030 and the actions of our staff, students and alumni around the world.
With a modern campus in the heart of the vibrant and welcoming city of Glasgow, our university has an excellent learning environment. It includes our award-winning Sir Alex Ferguson Library that provides spaces for social learning as well as quiet study. Harnessing the latest technologies and industry expertise, Glasgow Caledonian University aims to unlock talent and equip our students with the skills to enable them to succeed in an increasingly competitive workplace.
Our university community of 1,500 staff and nearly 22,000 students from more than 100 countries enjoy state-of-the-art facilities across each of our campuses in Glasgow, London and our postgraduate college based in New York, with transnational partnerships in China, South Africa, Oman and Mauritius. Our success as a globally connected university is demonstrated by the large number of international students studying at our UK campuses.
Cowcaddens Road Glasgow G4 0BA Scotland, UK