- 21 Masters
INTO courses at Glasgow Caledonian University are proven to help international students progress to undergraduate and graduate degrees in the UK. The Centre also offers a number of general English courses for professional or everyday use.
Have a dream job in mind? The University degree programmes are designed to prepare you for your future career. Want to become a doctor, a CEO or an engineer? Whatever you want to be, thereís a perfect degree here waiting for you to take your first step.
If youíre unsure what you want to do yet, donít worry. Most degrees offer the opportunity for work experience. This will give you a great advantage over the competition. And when youíre ready to graduate, the University careers service can help you find your true calling.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at INTO Glasgow Caledonian University!
Your accommodation is a five minute walk away from the INTO Centre. With the city centre close by, youíll have everything you need on your doorstep.
Worried about living alone? Don't be. Although you'll have your own private bedroom, there are communal spaces in each flat. You can share a cup of tea in the kitchen with your roommates, or take it in turns to cook for each other.
Friendly library staff to help you find the books you need.
Youíll find the latest technology here, to make sure you have a great experience. Computers are built into the desks and connected to the interactive whiteboards, so itís easy to get involved. You won't just be listening to lectures - you'll be learning through doing.
Need to study independently? You'll find quiet and comfortable spaces to study - and Wi-Fi to keep you connected.
Need to refuel? Head across to the University refectory for a coffee and a pastry. The refectory also serves lunches such as baked potatoes, salads, pasta and soup. When you want something a bit more filling, thereís always that British classic, fish and chips!
Have a special dietary need? No problem, vegetarian, kosher, halal and vegan options are available on campus.
On campus, you'll find plenty of spaces to relax and take a break from your studies. There are two cafes on campus, where you can sit with friends and chat over a hot drink or snack.
Like sports? The Arc Sports Centre is the place to go. Here you can play football, badminton and basketball alongside other racket and field sports. And, there are over 35 sports clubs to join at the University.
The Faith and Belief Centre brings together students from all faiths. Here you'll find space for prayer, meetings and social events.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.