Starclyde College in UK
About University of Strathclyde
Starclyde College is a public university founded in the city of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. This is one of the oldest university in Scotland, the university was established in 1796 under the name Andersonian Institute. In 1964, the school was renamed the University of Strathclyde. University of Strathclyde is the third largest university in Scotland with the number of students is over 20,000 from more than 100 countries. The school was awarded University of the Year in 2012 by Times Higher Education.
Why choosing University of Strathclyde
- With 725 courses / programs, the University of Strathclyde ranked 34 in the rankings of the Times Good University Guides 2012. Rated at 4.3 "stars" by the alumni for the criteria: The overall experience, life experience, level of tuition and scholarships, academic experience, admissions and enrollment and career prospects.
- University of Strathclyde has been recognized for many outstanding achievements with honorable awards: Poet, Translator and Professor Seamus Heaney won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1995, Professors William Phillips and Cohen-Tannoudji, both of them received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1997, and Professor Theodor Hänsch won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2005.
- The university is home of the world leading researches. In almost recent studies, 50% of them are Strathclyde’s projects and they are evaluated international standards among the world leading research projects.
- Strathclyde Business School are chosen by many students because it is recognized as the place that trained the international stature leaders.
- The Techniques faculty of the University of Strathclyde is considered to have the largest scale and best training quality in Scotland. And the school is in top 5 schools in England that have strength of this major.
- Accounting and Business
- Accounting and Management
- Accounting, Human Resource Management
- Business and Management
- Economics and Human Resource Management
- Banking Finance, International Finance
- Business Administration
- Human Resource Management
- Undergraduate programs: £15,600/year
- Postgraduate programs: £15,600 - 17,500/year (depending on major).
- Scholarships: The University has scholarships of up to £6,000 for outstanding students enrolling.
- Dormitories: £119 - £150/week.
- Homestay: £70 - £80/week.