Scotland's second oldest University (1451) and now a major focus of scientific research in the U.K.
  The original buildings were constructed near the High Street.  
In 1870 the University moved to its current location on Gilmorehill in the West End of the city.

Today the University has Faculties covering the Arts, Divinity, Engineering, Law, Science, Social Science, Medicine, Education, Computing and Veterinary Science.

Close collaboration is maintained with Industry and various Medical Centres in and around the City of Glasgow.

The University welcomes visitors to the Hunterian Museum; the Hunterian Art Gallery; Charles Rennie Mackintosh House and the University Visitor's Centre.
(Near Hillhead
Underground Station)
For more information contact Glasgow University via the Internet at University of Glasgow   Related Sites

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