Glasgow Caledonian University is one of the largest universities in Scotland with over 17,000 students. It was first founded in 1875 and has small class sizes. The main campus is located in the heart of Glasgow, so you will have plenty of things to do in the city. The city is full of culture, music, architecture, nightlife, shopping, and spots. Glasgow Caledonian University is also host to many international students from over 100 countries.
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Some of the course highlights at Glasgow Caledonian University are:
Applied Graphics Technology
Computing (Information Systems Development)
Computing (Web Systems Development)
Environmental Management and Planning
Finance, Investment and Risk
Human Resource Management
Information Technology Management for Business
Interactive Media Development
International Travel and Tourism Business
Management, Technology and Enterprise
Media and Communication
Networking and Systems Support
Sport and Active Lifestyles
For a list of modules (courses) and their descriptions, please visit the Module Catalogue
Semester A (Brock’s Fall Term) typically starts early to mid September and ends mid December, with exams in all of January.
Semester B (Brock’s Winter Term) typically starts early February and ends early April, with exams in all of May.
There are two options for accommodation at Glasgow Caledonian University. There is the on-campus accommodation which is right across the street from the main campus and houses 660 students. Or students can choose to live off-campus. Glasgow Caledonian University cannot guarantee accommodation in Caledonian Court due to the limited spaces.
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