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GCU named UK's best-value-for-money university

GCU has been named the UK's best-value-for-money university in StudentCrowd's 2021 University Awards – the country's only awards based entirely on student reviews.

Ten to be honoured as graduates set to enjoy online celebration

Glasgow Caledonian University will honour 10 notable personalities this week, including singer-songwriter Ricky Ross.

GCU joint top Scottish university for graduate full-time employment

GCU is the joint top university in Scotland for graduates who are in full-time work 15 months after completing their studies.

Emeritus Chancellor receives Olympic Laurel

Glasgow Caledonian University’s Emeritus Chancellor Professor Muhammad Yunus was awarded the Olympic Laurel at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics on Friday night.

Hundreds of school pupils engage with climate change project

More than 500 P4 and P5 pupils from six Glasgow primary schools have taken part in the first phase of the Caledonian Club’s new COP26: STEM Project.

Launch event announced for African climate study

Glasgow Caledonian University has won funding to share the testimonies of those hit hardest by COVID-19 and climate change at an international event.

Blood cancer research reaches ‘significant milestone’

Research led by Glasgow Caledonian University blood cancer scientist Dr Mark Williams investigating new targeted treatments for Acute Myeloid Leukaemia has reached a 'significant milestone'.

Major names in climate change sign up for World Forum

Some of the biggest players on the world stage of climate change will be speaking at the second World Forum on Climate Justice, to be held at Glasgow Caledonian University in September.

Researchers call for mandatory health warnings on alcohol labels

A new world-wide study has found that large alcohol labelling using negative health warnings similar to that used on cigarette packets could help people change their drinking habits.

Fears that lack of mental-health support for construction workers could lead to suicide

Initiatives aimed at protecting the mental health of construction workers may not be getting to those who need them, researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University have warned.

Important information to applicants on provisional results

Provisional Results: what you need to know

An appreciation of Professor Iain Renwick, President of the British School of Fashion at GCU

Professor Iain Renwick, President of the British School of Fashion at the London campus of our University, sadly passed away on Monday, June 21, 2021. His loss will be deeply felt by the many students he inspired.