About Glasgow Caledonian University
With a modern campus in the heart of the vibrant and welcoming city of Glasgow, Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has three academic schools offer a wide range of high quality programmes, professional training courses, research opportunities and consultancy services. The 2008 RAE rated GCU as No.1 in the UK for research in rehabilitation sciences and in the UK top 10 for allied health professions research and UK top 20 for research on the built environment.
The three academic schools in this university include School of Engineering and Built Environment, Glasgow School for Business and Society and School of Health and Life Sciences. GCU has international partners in China, Oman and other countries. It has a goal to facilitate academic and research links and international staff and student exchanges.
GCU does not only provide undergraduate and postgraduate program, it also provide a wide variety of part-time study courses for those who are willing to have a lifelong learning. A complete evening undergraduate programme, modules on a day-release basis, or a postgraduate programme within the SCQF framework are available for people to choose. GCU has run more than 50 part-time courses catering to over 3,000 students.