GCU registers best performance in university guide

Glasgow Caledonian University has climbed 15 places in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022, moving from 75th to 60th out of 132 universities in the UK.

Research centre to advise on just transition

European policymakers are to be advised on a just transition from coal by Glasgow Caledonian University’s Centre for Climate Justice and other UK experts.

Star alumnus awarded prestigious scholarship

Former Glasgow Caledonian University student nurse Craig Davidson has been awarded a prestigious scholarship on the Healthcare Leadership Academy Scholars programme.

Zimbabwean international credits university for cricket career

Sikandar Raza is used to shouting “Howzat?” to umpires on the cricket field, but it was also a question he would regularly ask his tutors when handing in his coursework.

Major names in climate change to speak at University’s World Forum

Glasgow Caledonian University to host second World Forum on Climate Justice from September 21-23.

GCU among UK’s best in Guardian University Guide

Glasgow Caledonian University has moved up eight places in the Guardian University Guide, to be ranked 69th out of 121 universities in the UK.

Seeking a link between climate change and gender-based violence

Researchers have launched a study in Africa to find out if an increase in gender-based violence and mental health problems is down to climate change.

THE World University Rankings 2022

GCU has once again been named one of the world's top universities.

Using Virtual Reality to revolutionise kidney dialysis training

Glasgow Caledonian University researchers develop tool to revolutionise the way nurses, children on kidney dialysis and their families are trained.

Principal praise for award-winning veteran Peter Yetton

Congratulations to Glasgow Caledonian University’s Head of Visa Immigration Support and Advice (VISA) team and army reservist Peter Yetton for winning the prestigious Military Values in Business Award at the Scottish Ex-Forces Business Awards.

Creating new spiritual worlds for young disabled people

Researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University are looking to use the popular video game Minecraft to help young people with disabilities better engage with spiritual communities.

Ageing expert behind new data predicting falls rise in older people as a result of COVID-19 lockdown

Professor in Ageing and Health Dawn Skelton was one of the experts behind new data predicting that the number of falls among older adults could increase due to a decline in balance and muscle strength caused by inactivity during the first lockdown.