Science Without Borders
I’m always learning new things at GCU and seeing things with a fresh perspective; I will carry that with me for the rest of my life.
Glasgow is a lovely city, with awesome people. I was not expecting to adapt so fast to a new city, but the people from Glasgow made it all very easy and fun.
It’s a big city with a lot of places to go out at night, but also with amazing architecture and lots of beautiful parks. "Luiza Saboya Hilgert, Brazil, BSc Physiotherapy
Glasgow Caledonian University has been welcoming Brazilian Science without Borders students to our Glasgow campus, since the launch of the programme in 2012. There are options to study a range of subjects across our School of Health and Life Sciences and School of Engineering and Built Environment.
You can listen to what our Science without Borders students have to say about GCU on our You Tube channel.
Applications for September 2015 undergraduate entry and June 2015 (with pre sessional English) will open at Universities UK on 7 January 2015. Please refer to the Universities UK website for further information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
If you have a query about Science without Borders at Glasgow Caledonian University, please contact email@example.com.
For those interested in PhD opportunities at Glasgow Caledonian University, funded by Science without Borders, the next application deadline is the 19 December 2014 for entry in 2015. Find out more information on the application process visit the How to Apply section of the the Science without Borders website.
For information on the research themes and groups and current PhD opportunities, at Glasgow Caledonian University please visit our Science without Borders PhD web page.