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Strathclyde, University of

Strathclyde, University of
Glasgow, Scotland
48th place, according to the Complete University Guide 2017
18%
£13,000 – £19,000 per year
97% of graduates are in employment or further education in the first 6 months after graduation.

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, well known for its creative life.

The university offers innovative, industry-relevant approach to learning and is currently introducing cutting edge facilities with £350 million worth of new equipment.

Many courses at Strathclyde have been endorsed by leading professional bodies, which means they count towards professional qualifications.

There are plenty of opportunities to gain work experience or to study abroad which is reflected in the impressive graduate prospects score.

 

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