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    The University’s undergraduate honours degrees in arts, social sciences and science offer the flexibility to study several subjects before choosing a specialism.

    Application deadlines for UG programmes commencing September 2020 have been extended, where vacancies are available:

    • UK, International & EU applicants: 31 August 2020 (via UCAS, inclusive of Clearing)

    Glasgow has a very wide range of subject choices and combinations, making it easy to find a degree programme to match most interests.

    Find a programme using the A-Z search.

    Fees and funding

    Fees vary according to fee status (often the same as country of residence) and programme. Average tuition fees for international students range between approximately £18,000 per year, to £22,000 per year.

    Fees and scholarships information

    Choosing a degree

    The subject(s) chosen determine the type of degree programme you will take and for how long you will study, but the most standard flexible degree programme structure lasts four years.

    The main undergraduate degrees awarded at Glasgow are as follows:

    Professional degree programmes:

    • Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc)
    • Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)
    • Bachelor of Divinity (BD)
    • Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
    • Bachelor of Finance (BFin)
    • Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
    • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)
    • Bachelor of Music (BMus)
    • Bachelor of Nursing (BN)
    • Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine & Surgery (BVMS)
    • Master of Design & Technological Education (MDTechEd)
    • Master of Education (MEduc)
    • Master of Engineering (MEng)


    Flexible degree programmes

    • Bachelor of Science (BSc)
    • Master of Arts (MA)
    • Master of Arts (MA) (Social Sciences)
    • Master in Science (MSci)

    More information on choosing a degree 


    Although you don’t need to step foot on campus to experience the outstanding teaching and cutting-edge research, the university’s online programs allow you study at a time and pace that suits you.

    To bring you closer to the content, lecturers and class colleagues, the University of Glasgow’s online degree programs feature a flexible and stimulating combination of formats, including videos, storylines and transcripts. Live seminars, discussion areas and multiple web resources are also a prime feature of the university’s online degree programs which offer a level of interactivity that is hard to rival.


    From the moment you enroll onto one of the university’s online degree programs, all the way through to graduation, you will be supported every step of the way.

    The multidisciplinary online learning environment includes tools such as group chat rooms and private discussion forums. You may also end up studying a subject alongside students from another program which opens you up to the viewpoints of people from more than one discipline, giving you a broader all-round knowledge, as well wealth of networking and additional learning opportunities.



    Entry requirements vary between the online degree programs. To find out specific candidate criteria, you will need to visit the University of Glasgow’s website and select the online degree program you are interested in.

    Graduating with an online postgraduate degree program from the University of Glasgow will unlock a wide choice of career prospects, as well as help you further your ambitions.

    With MSc, PG Diploma and PG Certificate qualifications available, you can choose a program of study to suit your individual career plans and commitments.

    The University of Glasgow is proud of its heritage and alumni hall of fame:

    • James Watt gave power to the industrial revolution
    • Adam Smith laid the foundations of modern economics
    • Lord Kelvin proposed an absolute scale of temperature, now called the Kelvin scale
    • Joseph Lister gave us antiseptic in surgery
    • Frederick Soddy discovered isotopes
    • Ian Donald developed the first ultrasound image of a fetus
    • Jocelyn Bell Burnell discovered radio pulsars
    • Sheila Rowan led the Glasgow team that first detected gravitational waves


    About

    The University’s undergraduate honours degrees in arts, social sciences and science offer the flexibility to study several subjects before choosing a specialism.

    Application deadlines for UG programmes commencing September 2020 have been extended, where vacancies are available:

    • UK, International & EU applicants: 31 August 2020 (via UCAS, inclusive of Clearing)

    Glasgow has a very wide range of subject choices and combinations, making it easy to find a degree programme to match most interests.

    Find a programme using the A-Z search.

    Fees and funding

    Fees vary according to fee status (often the same as country of residence) and programme. Average tuition fees for international students range between approximately £18,000 per year, to £22,000 per year.

    Fees and scholarships information

    Choosing a degree

    The subject(s) chosen determine the type of degree programme you will take and for how long you will study, but the most standard flexible degree programme structure lasts four years.

    The main undergraduate degrees awarded at Glasgow are as follows:

    Professional degree programmes:

    • Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc)
    • Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)
    • Bachelor of Divinity (BD)
    • Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
    • Bachelor of Finance (BFin)
    • Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
    • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)
    • Bachelor of Music (BMus)
    • Bachelor of Nursing (BN)
    • Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine & Surgery (BVMS)
    • Master of Design & Technological Education (MDTechEd)
    • Master of Education (MEduc)
    • Master of Engineering (MEng)


    Flexible degree programmes

    • Bachelor of Science (BSc)
    • Master of Arts (MA)
    • Master of Arts (MA) (Social Sciences)
    • Master in Science (MSci)

    More information on choosing a degree 


    Although you don’t need to step foot on campus to experience the outstanding teaching and cutting-edge research, the university’s online programs allow you study at a time and pace that suits you.

    To bring you closer to the content, lecturers and class colleagues, the University of Glasgow’s online degree programs feature a flexible and stimulating combination of formats, including videos, storylines and transcripts. Live seminars, discussion areas and multiple web resources are also a prime feature of the university’s online degree programs which offer a level of interactivity that is hard to rival.


    From the moment you enroll onto one of the university’s online degree programs, all the way through to graduation, you will be supported every step of the way.

    The multidisciplinary online learning environment includes tools such as group chat rooms and private discussion forums. You may also end up studying a subject alongside students from another program which opens you up to the viewpoints of people from more than one discipline, giving you a broader all-round knowledge, as well wealth of networking and additional learning opportunities.



    Entry requirements vary between the online degree programs. To find out specific candidate criteria, you will need to visit the University of Glasgow’s website and select the online degree program you are interested in.

    Graduating with an online postgraduate degree program from the University of Glasgow will unlock a wide choice of career prospects, as well as help you further your ambitions.

    With MSc, PG Diploma and PG Certificate qualifications available, you can choose a program of study to suit your individual career plans and commitments.

    The University of Glasgow is proud of its heritage and alumni hall of fame:

    • James Watt gave power to the industrial revolution
    • Adam Smith laid the foundations of modern economics
    • Lord Kelvin proposed an absolute scale of temperature, now called the Kelvin scale
    • Joseph Lister gave us antiseptic in surgery
    • Frederick Soddy discovered isotopes
    • Ian Donald developed the first ultrasound image of a fetus
    • Jocelyn Bell Burnell discovered radio pulsars
    • Sheila Rowan led the Glasgow team that first detected gravitational waves


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