Glasgow is vibrant and multicultural, and Strathclyde University is situated in the heart of the city. Our campus is a short walk from two mainline railway stations, a bus station and the subway to help you get around the city and to visit the rest of the UK.
The University of Strathclyde’s programs give you the opportunity to make an impact on the world, developing transferable skills for today’s society across an array of humanities and social science subjects. Below is a selection of our most popular programs amongst our Canadian students.
Strathclyde Law School is ranked 11th out of 103 UK Law Schools in the 2020 Complete University Guide. Studying law means you will benefit from high-quality research-led teaching at one of Scotland’s leading providers of legal education. Law firms value students with knowledge of more than one legal jurisdiction. Being able to deal with transactions encompassing both areas of law puts you ahead of other graduates.
Savio is one of our recent Canadian graduates:
“The Dual Qualifying Accelerated (Scots and English Law) LLB program at the University of Strathclyde stands out amongst other graduate-entry LLB degree programs, since it allows an individual to gain an in-depth understanding of both English and Scottish legal systems.”
Strathclyde is home to Scotland’s first and largest student-run Law Clinic, where students are responsible for real cases and making policy decisions, ensuring they gain invaluable practical experience.
This one-year program provides you with a recognised qualification and has proved popular amongst Canadian students. You’ll spend 18 weeks of the course on placement in a school within Scotland, gaining first-hand classroom teaching experience.
“One of the biggest draws for me was that I could do my degree in under a year here whereas in Canada a post-graduate degree in education is two years in nearly every university.”
Check out our Canada webpage for more information about Strathclyde, entry requirements, and funding, and also information about our Dean’s International Excellence Award of up to £4,000 for Canadian students:
Did you know?
National Geographic named Glasgow as one of its ‘Best of the World’ destinations, while Rough Guide readers have voted Glasgow the world’s friendliest city! Time Out also named Glasgow in the top ten best cities in the world.
Glasgow is a UNESCO City and Music, home to the SSE Hydro – one of the world’s busiest concert venues.