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Vibe of Campus
  • Friendly
  • Academically oriented
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Fun loving
Student Views
  • 60% students never faced discrimination in this university
Part time work3.2
Post study jobs2.8
Quality of faculty3.8
Student Life4.2
Value for money3.2
Public transportation4.6
Indian Food4
Permanent Immigration3.4
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MSc Business Analysis & Consulting - Batch of 2024
It was worth studying at the University of Strathclyde.
Tips: If you come to a different country you will feel the culture change because of food, fashion, languages and other aspects. But no need to worry you will be very comfortable in a few days. I availed scholarship of 3000 before entering the UK but that was given to me by my agency. Many other people got scholarships of 10k GBP, if you feel you can write an essay about why you should get the scholarship and send it to the university and for this, you have to check the university page. Overall, I am totally satisfied with my university and course.
Likes (Quality of faculty): Faculty is easily accessible and you can approach them if you want to discuss anything regarding your study in university. Most modules are taught on slides. To pass a degree, you have to clear your exams and assignments. There are faculty from different nationalities.
Dislikes (Part time work): I am not very much aware of university part-time opportunities and part-time is not always available in the university. But you can get part-time outside the university and a minimum pay rate which is set by the UK government. The most important and a little difficult task is to manage a part-time job with your regular classes. It gets a little hectic when you are working simultaneously on multiple assignments and regular classes and part-time simultaneously.
Reviewed on 24 Jun 2024Read More
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MSc Business Analysis & Consulting - Batch of 2024
The public transportation facility is good however finding accommodation is tough.
Tips: Some courses have scholarships that students can apply for. Getting accommodation is quite difficult, so I would recommend trying to get accommodation as soon as possible. The university is pretty good and I think most people would enjoy it. The course is tedious at times but I never really found it that difficult.
Likes (Public transportation): There are 2 train systems that link all of Glasgow, and they both have stations within 5 minutes of the university buildings. Ticket costs are dependent on distance, but should max out at around 2 or 3 pounds. Train passes are very affordable and save you a ton of money if you constantly use the trains. Students can also avail of the numerous city buses depending on what works for them best.
Dislikes (Internships): There is a careers service at the university but they are more specialized in helping students improve their resume and work on their employability in general. Students need to look for relevant internships on their own, and the university will not go out of their way to help you in the application process.
Reviewed on 18 Jun 2024Read More
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MSc Business Analysis & Consulting - Batch of 2024
Not too good and not too bad. Course is not worth it.
Tips: There was no cultural shift, no transition required as my university was filled with Indians but the experience was good. No scholarship is rewarded, I used my own money. I'm not satisfied with the university, not worth the course. The country is good, with good people but the climate is the biggest drawback.
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MSc in Finance - Batch of 2024
You will evolve as a person as well as academically.
Tips: First and foremost, I believe I have matured as an individual in all aspects. Every day will teach you something that will favourably impact your personality. There is a scholarship for my course; simply check the date and website. The M.Sc. Finance department provides excellent instruction. To be the best, you must have a competitive advantage. Aside from the weather, I believe my experience living in the country was above average.
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MSc in Investment & Finance - Batch of 2024
Not the best university also not the worst. Time management is crucial.
Tips: Need to do proper research about everything before moving here. Should carry all the medicines since the health care is very bad. Course is filled with Indian students. Getting a scholarship is quite possible. Maintaining a balance between assignments and part time job is very difficult.
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