Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world. We are one of the top 100 of the world's universities.
The College of Science and Engineering
The College of Science and Engineering's world leading research and the impact it makes to the global economy makes it an exciting and stimulating environment to work in. Our research spans seven academic disciplines and ranges from fundamental discovery to tackling grand societal challenges and developing new technologies. Our teaching is informed by our world leading research and designed to develop graduates with knowledge and skills to become leaders of the future.
Our diverse Masters programmes range from traditional disciplines to the emerging technologies of the 21st century. The College's six Schools are:
- School of Chemistry
- School of Computing Science
- James Watt School of Engineering
- School of Geographical and Earth Sciences
- School of Mathematics and Statistics
- School of Physics and Astronomy
The University of Glasgow
- is in the 86th in the world: Times Higher World University Rankings 2022.
- has been named Scottish University of the Year in The Times & The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022.
- welcomes students from more than 140 countries worldwide.
- has around 35,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students.
- has a global community of over 219,000 alumni.
- is a major employer in the city of Glasgow with more than 9,000 staff, including more than 4,800 research and teaching staff.
- is undertaking a £1 billion estate investment to expand campus research & teaching facilities.
- has an annual research income of more than £168m.
- is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities.