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  • 16 January 2019

    Cream of student talent at Celtic Connections on Campus

    The cream of student talent will be back on stage and behind the scenes at Celtic Connections on Campus, GCUs annual lunchtime concert series.

    Catch up-and-coming live acts every day from 12.30pm
  • 14 January 2019

    GCU showcases help for veterans and their families

    Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), Edinburgh Napier University (ENU) and Veterans Scotland are hosting Scotlands first major event on Tuesday (January 15) to showcase how universities and colleges are helping Armed Forces veterans find new careers and adapt to civilian life.

    John Templeton graduated from GCU in November 2018
  • 09 January 2019

    Assessment process update for January exams

    To ensure that no students are disadvantaged in their academic performance, we wish to reassure all students that all assessment boards will consider each individual student and their module performance in discussion with external examiners.

  • 04 January 2019

    Flexible exam schedule and new assignment deadline

    Students now have the choice to sit each scheduled exam either in the week beginning January 7 or the week beginning January 21. This new arrangement provides students with the flexibility many have requested.

  • 03 January 2019

    Going green on a global scale

    Glasgow Caledonian has been ranked the 11th most sustainable university in the UK and 92nd in the world.

    Paulo Cruz
  • 14 December 2018

    THE research nomination puts Sinan in the spotlight

    Recognition in the Technological Innovation of the Year category at the Higher Education Oscars has boosted the profile of research at Glasgow Caledonian.

  • 14 December 2018

    GCU hosts 2018 Cyber Security Christmas Lectures

    Digital security experts warned more than 1000 Glasgow teenagers about the dangers of logging-on to public Wi-Fi in coffee shops and shopping centres.

  • 14 December 2018

    Computer game developed in Glasgow played at UN climate summit

    Delegates at this month's key United Nations COP24 global climate-change negotiations in Poland were invited to play a computer game developed by students from Glasgow Caledonian University.

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