Here you will find all the latest news and events from the Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation.
Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation welcomed staff from GFG and Liberty to host their first ever scholar’s reception in Scotland on Wednesday 26th June.
Over the past four years, students in both Glasgow and Mauritius have also benefitted from exchange opportunities to visit each other campus, partly supported with funding raised by the Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation.
A total of 10 students were presented with Magnus Magnusson Awards during a ceremony on Tuesday, June 4. The awards will enable them to volunteer with projects across the globe, bringing their expertise and knowledge to parts of the world where it will make a real and lasting difference.
More than 30 staff members, students and graduates took part in the Glasgow Kiltwalk yesterday (Sunday, April 28), raising over £9,000 for the University’s Common Good Fund.
The refurbishment of the Vision Center's Imaging Suite has been completed after a generous donation from Robert Barr's Charitable Trust, secured by the Foundation and the School of Health and Life Sciences.
GCU's multi-award winning widening participation and community engagement initiative, the Caledonian Club, has secured A donation of £28,500 from the Scottish Children's Lottery to support its targeted literacy programme.
Ambitious young entrepreneurs are to share in £30,000 worth of funding to help launch their own retail businesses in Glasgow and London
Leading figures from the television industry joined graduates, students and staff to celebrate 10 years of GCU's pioneering MA TV Fiction Writing course.
Taggart star Blythe Duff has donated all of her scripts from the iconic detective show to the archives at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Pamela Gillies CBE, has led the University's tributes for Dr Don McCarthy CBE, who sadly passed away on Saturday morning after a long and courageous battle against cancer.
Glasgow Caledonian University has been announced as one of the first UK universities to benefit from a STEM scholarship programme designed to help school and college leavers.
Sean Neilson used his Magnusson Award to help children in Thailand with cerebral palsy.
retailRIGHT and Hammerson are offering GCU students and alumni the opportunity to apply for funding and support to take their retail business ideas to the next level.
Thanks to the generosity of donors to the Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation, the outreach initiative is making an impact in five of Glasgow’s most disadvantaged communities.
GCU student Craig Edward and the University have been commended in the Scottish Parliament as “excellent examples of best practice”.
Fourth year Jayde O’Connor delivered a powerful speech on widening access at Universities Scotland’s annual event in Holyrood.
A device that can aid the detection of diabetes through the eye has been donated to Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).
Sir Alex Ferguson CBE visited Glasgow Caledonian New York College at a landmark stage of its development.
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) student Nestor Lasuncion will be playing with the Glasgow Rocks in the British Basketball League (BBL) this season.
The Advanced Higher Hub at GCU has been nominated for a ScottishPower Foundation Award.
Pupils studying at Glasgow Caledonian University’s (GCU) Advanced Higher Hub received a unique insight into renewable energy today (Friday, September 8).
A research centre that aims to tackle climate-change issues affecting manmade structures and their surroundings has been launched by Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).
Sir Alex Ferguson assembled a team of sporting legends and celebrities for a round of golf that raised £73,000 to offer talented students life-changing experiences.
A drive to boost pupil participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics has received backing from the ScottishPower Foundation.
PhD student James Bowness is to represent Britain in the World University Games with the support of Sir Alex Ferguson and the Talented Athletes Programme.
Glasgow Caledonian University has received a boost from Robert Barr's Charitable Trust to further enhance its clinical investigation facility.
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has signed a new agreement with Santander Universities, signifying an incredible £1m of support for students and staff.
GCU welcomed the Founder and Chairman of Barrhead Travel, Bill Munro, one of the largest independent travel agencies in the UK, to deliver the 2016 Moffat Lecture.
Glasgow Caledonian University’s British School of Fashion, retailRIGHT and European retail property specialist Hammerson have teamed up to create a new initiative to support students in becoming successful fashion entrepreneurs.
The programme is to have a further 10 places funded for the 2017/18 academic year thanks to a scholarship from Data Lab, the Scottish Funding Council and the European Social Fund.
Students from GCU London had the chance to experience what it is like to study in Glasgow as part of a mobility trip coordinated by the Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation. The students participated in a range on and off campus activities, as well as experiencing Glasgow’s cultural offerings.
Honorary graduate and founding donor to the Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation, Sir Alex Ferguson CBE returned to campus on the 29th of March to meet with a group of students who have benefitted from his generous £500,000 donation
The only vision science teaching unit in Scotland based at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has received state-of-the-art equipment from a leading provider in ophthalmic instruments.
Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation is delighted to announce renewed support from two local charities, including the Hugh Fraser Foundation, for widening access scholarships
A pioneering partnership between Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) has won two top accolades at the SQA Star Awards.
The first Sir Alex Ferguson Award recipients thank Sir Alex Ferguson CBE personally for his support enabling them to volunteer on life changing projects in Africa and Asia.
The inaugural 2016 Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) Foundation Dinner raised more than £80,000 in support of student scholarships and activities.
Students, staff and representatives from Santander Universities gathered for the celebration event
GCU student entrepreneurs developing innovations in gaming and travel have been awarded funding from Santander Universities following a pitching competition.
The Magnusson Awards will support students to volunteer with projects across the globe, bringing their expertise and knowledge to parts of the world where it will make a real and lasting difference.
The Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation team has recruited a team of enthusiastic students from across the University to work on its annual alumni telephone campaign, starting in February 2017.
GCU marked the tenth year of the Magnusson Awards with a special event, celebrating the achievements of award winners and the generosity of donors and friends who made it all possible.
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is delighted to launch its Foundation with a generous donation from Sir Alex Ferguson CBE to deliver scholarship programmes for students from all backgrounds and across all disciplines.
Glasgow Caledonian University, in partnership with GCU Students’ Association, is working to develop equality for GCU talented athletes, through the presentation of new awards which recognise the achievements of both male and female sportspeople.
Glasgow Caledonian University students Daryn MacRae and Calum Woodger have hit the back of the net on their internship with the SPFL Trust.