Studying Science or Engineering at research or Masters level at the University of Glasgow means that you will be part of a Graduate School which provides the highest level of support to its students.
The overall aim of our Graduate School is to provide a world-leading environment for students which is intellectually stimulating, encourages them to contribute to culture, society and the economy and enables them to become leaders in a global environment. We have a diverse community of over 750 students from more than 50 countries who work in innovative and transformative discciplinary and interdisciplinary fields.
We are always pleased to hear from future, current or past students!
04 AugPhD student Yiwei (Eway) Zhang in the Optics Group has been selected for the 2016 Chinese Government Award for outstanding students abroad by the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC) with a $6,000 prize.
15 FebDr Matteo Cerrioti shares his thoughts on being shortlisted for the THES 2016 ‘Outstanding Supervisor of the Year’ award, and offers helpful advice to students thinking about applying to do PhD study.
10 JanDo you have a passion for bringing science to the general public? Do you have a talent for getting people excited about your research? Are you looking for a chance to showcase your writing skills? The Graduate School is seeking submissions for our annual Science Writing Competition, open to all current research students within the College.
17 AugShaun Skinner, a second year Engineering student, won the fourth annual Science Slam event on 14th July 2016 with an interactive presentation on developing improved aircraft through mimicking evolutionary biology.