An internationalised university is concerned with the development of a multicultural community of students and staff, preparing its students for global political and social environments, and the development of international alliances in research, education and business.
Globally networked: International strategic partnerships
Glasgow Caledonian’s excellent international reputation stems not only from our award-winning support for international students at the University, but also our work with our many partners around the world. The International Partnerships Office coordinates and facilitates the University's work with international partners.
Our commitment to internationalisation
Internationalisation is one of the major forces shaping higher education. We have made significant progress through the recruitment of a growing international community of students, the appointment of international staff, the development of a range of international alliances based on research and scholarships, student exchanges, articulation agreements with overseas institutions and our successful validation partnership with the College of Engineering in Oman.
Our Internationalisation Strategy is interlinked with the University's Learning and Teaching and Research and Knowledge Transfer strategies.
International and European project collaboration
Glasgow Caledonian University's in-house European Programmes team works on European and Internationally funded collaborative projects.