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University of Glasgow MIM
Students Ratings & Reviews

3.6/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Friendly
  • Academically oriented
  • Multi-dimensional
Student Views
  • 50% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships4
Part time work3
Post study jobs3
Quality of faculty4.5
Student Life3.5
Value for money3
Public transportation4
Safety4.5
Indian Food3.5
Permanent Immigration3.5
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Msc International Banking & Finance - Batch of 2022
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University of Glasgow- A Place Beyond Excellence
Tips: Students should be prepared to actively participate in extra curricular activities and events, and not restrict themselves to people from their country. Moreover, given that the University of Glasgow is more academically oriented, they should be prepared to spend a lot of time reading and studying.
Likes (Internships): The university has a job board through which students can apply for part-time jobs and internships. Although they should also check LinkedIn regularly for any new openings. Often, professors and university staff post vacancies on LinkedIn as well as emails, so keep a tab on your emails as well.
Dislikes (Post study jobs): Although the UK has started providing a two-year post work visa, commonly known as PSW, students need to be proactive and network aggressively finding jobs related to their field of study. The university will not help with placements, though it has several career-related resources that can assist students in landing jobs.
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MSc Financial Economics - Batch of 2023
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Nice view and good for study, but accommodation availability is bad
Tips: Prepare for job applications as quickly as possible. Set a budget each month, and try to find some possible scholarship programs. Choose the course you like, and achieve the deadline as earlier as possible. Arrange your time and do wait until the deadline.
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FAQs

Q:   How can Indian students get admission to Glasgow University?

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The following is the process for Indian students to apply for Glasgow University:

For Undergraduate courses: 

Step 1:  You can apply through the common applicant's application portal. 

Step 2: Go to the website and select the course you are interested in.

Step 3: Make sure you meet the entry requirements for the course, such as academic qualifications, English proficiency (IELTS, TOEFL), etc.

Step 4: Once you decide on the course, you can apply online through the UWS portal, fill out the form and provide relevant documents such as transcripts, SOP, references and personal statements.

Step 5: You can track the application's progress through the UWS portal. 

For Postgraduate Courses: 

Step 1: Applicants must register and complete an application and any subsequent applications

Step 2:  Once you’ve applied, access the applicant self-service portal through the Online Application platform. This portal serves as a centralized hub to manage your applications.

Step 3: Checking the Application Status of your application. This can be done on the portal you have applied on, and you can be informed of further updates or decisions.

Step 4: Applicants must provide relevant documents such as transcripts, references and personal statements.

Step 5: You can track the application's progress through the official portal.

 

Q:   Is the University of Glasgow hard to get into?

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With an acceptance rate of around 50% - 70%, the University of Glasgow upholds its reputation as a highly selective university. The University of Glasgow admissions process involves a thorough evaluation process, Considering academic excellence, Letter of recommendation, SOP, extracurricular activities and many more. Applicants are suggested to approach the admission process with utter dedication, showcasing their strengths and talents to get into Glasgow. Beyond the numerical, Glasgow is a great institution with an exceptional education and renowned faculty. 

 

 

Q:   Is the University of Glasgow good for Indian students?

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The University of Glasgow has a rich history of Indian students, starting in 1870 with Gopal Chandra Roy, the first Indian graduate. DR. Marbai Ardeasir became the first female graduate in 1897. Over 1000 Indian Students came to the University in the first of the 20th century. Today the Indian community has grown drastically to 10,000 people. Glasgow also has a vibrant Indian community with diverse cultural organisations. The University Welcomes Indian Students and continues to do so.

 

Q:   How much is the application fee for Glasgow University?

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The University of Glasgow has distinct application procedures for Undergraduates through UCAS, the Centralized application system used in the UK, with an application fee of GBP 27.50. Applicants applying to UG programs must pay GBP 27.50 to the University of Glasgow. Students must adhere to the specific application process and submit the corresponding fees accordingly. It is very important to follow and check the official website to avoid last-minute confusion.

 
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Uni of Glasgow MSc Finance Management entry requirements are given below:

  • 2:1 Honors degree or non-UK equivalent in a relevant subject containing at least 20% credits in Business, Management, and Economics
  • Academic transcripts
  • Evidence of English language proficiency
  • One reference letter on headed paper

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Some of the suggestions according to students who studied at the University of Glasgow are”

  • Visit the local attractions in Scotland such as Loch Lomond or Isle of Arran
  • Go for a walk or cycle in the nearest park – Botanic Garden
  • Watch new movies at Cineworld or Opera at the Theatre Royal
  • Check out the c

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Both the University of Warwick and the University of Glasgow are the best universities from the United Kingdom. The University of Warwick is one of the top public universities located in Coventry, UK. It is recognised for its academic and research standards. The University of Glasgow is a public res

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Anurag Pal

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Students can check the course-wise University of Glasgow fees for international students from the table given below:

Courses

1st Year Tuition Fees

MS (112 courses)

INR 20 L - 41 L

Others PG (29 courses)

INR 7 L - 23 L

MBA/PGDM (50 courses)

INR 15 L - 37 L

MIM (49 courses)

INR 15 L - 31 L

BE / BTech (25 courses)

INR 23 L - 29 L

MA (59 courses)

INR 7 L - 24 L

BSc (31 courses)

INR 19 L - 56 L

M.Phil (41 courses)

INR 20 L - 24 L

PG Diploma (27 courses)

INR 14 L - 20 L

PG Certificate (19 courses)

INR 7 L - 9 L

LLM (13 courses)

INR 16 L - 29 L

Living Cost: Apart from the tuition fees, students are also required to plan the cost for accommodation, books, food, clothing, entertainment, travel and bills, etc. while studying at

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Akanksha Malhotra

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Here are the reasons why you should go for University of Glasgow:

Academics:  The University of Glasgow offers 77 undergraduate programs and 636 postgraduate courses through its four colleges: College of Arts; College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences; College of Science & Engineering; and Colle

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