Why study at GCU?
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has one of the most modern and student-focused campuses in the UK. It has a community of 17,000 students and is one of the largest universities in Scotland. The University prides itself on its facilities and providing an outstanding student experience.
It’s the first University in Scotland to be awarded ‘Changemaker Campus’ status by Ashoka U. Through innovative research, teaching and collaborations, GCU changes lives. It’s a University dedicated to developing education and helping people worldwide. And you can be a part of it.
You’ll be studying on an international campus. The student community brings together people from over 100 countries. You’ll benefit from the University’s partnerships across the globe, including China, India, North and South America, Bangladesh and Oman. It has campuses in Glasgow, London and New York.
Preparing for your future
GCU’s degree programmes are career-focused. Whatever job you want to do in the future, a degree from GCU can help you get there. Over 95% of GCU graduates find work or further study within six months of graduation. Most degrees contain an element of work experience, so you’ll gain unique insight into the industry and make contacts for the future.
A degree from GCU is well regarded and respected worldwide, so you’re in good company. GCU’s programmes are supported by major global brands such as Santander, FMC Technologies and Marks & Spencer. The MSc in Risk Management was described as ‘a beacon of expertise’ by Steve Fowler, Chief Executive of the Institute of Risk Management.