Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) offers over 100 undergraduate courses in various subject areas, including:
You can read more about the courses here.
To apply for a course at GCU, you will need to do so online via UCAS, here you can also find out about deadlines and how to apply.
Fees and funding
Scottish and EU students living in Scotland may not have to pay tuition fees if eligible for funding. Eligible students must apply each year through the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS).
The undergraduate tuition fees (2016-17) for students from England, Wales or Northern Ireland are £7,000 (US $10,100) and a maximum fee of £25,000 is set for any honours degree completed in three or four years. Students can apply to their local Student Finance body for support. Students with suitable A-levels are encouraged to enter year two of their program.
Annual tuition fees for international students undertaking undergraduate courses at GCU range between £10,200 and £11,000 (US$14,800-16,000) depending on the school and course. More information can be found here.