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£2.2 million project will explore how access to work could support migrant integration across Europe

Glasgow Caledonian University is to lead a £2.2million Europe-wide project exploring how joining the labour market could help migrants, refugees and asylum applicants integrate in their new host countries.

GCU student picks up SQA Star Award for volunteering

A third-year student who volunteers in his local community as a sports coach was honoured at the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Star Awards 2017

Chief executive of VisitScotland delivers 2017 Moffat Lecture

Malcolm Roughhead OBE discusses the need to attract new talent into the industry.

GCU hosts major seminar on 'Insider Threat' in the workplace

Security experts from major public and private sector organisations have examined the threat posed by rogue employees at a seminar hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University.

Corks pop on minimum pricing decision

It is heartening that Scotland is leading the way in implementing minimum unit pricing, just as it led the way with the smoking ban in public places.

New eye technology to help optometry students lead the fight against diabetes

A device that can aid the detection of diabetes through the eye has been donated to Glasgow Caledonian University.

GCU Law Clinic alumnus lands prestigious traineeship

A former director of the student-led GCU Law Clinic has landed a prestigious traineeship with the WS Society, a historic Scottish legal body.

Fuel poverty research demonstrates impact

Research by Glasgow Caledonian University's Dr Keith Baker has contributed to a Scottish Government decision to review its definition of fuel poverty.

Silver success for Sian

Second-year student Sian Bamping has returned laden with silver from the World Unified Championships in Carrara, Italy.

GCU London honours public health professor

The University presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to Professor Mike Kelly at its winter graduation ceremony.

Inaugural Common Good Award presented to student

GCU student Joanna McAleer has become the first recipient of a Common Good Award digital badge for 'Active and Global Citizenship'.

Working together against gender-based violence

GCU is developing a comprehensive support network for students and staff affected by sexual and gender-based violence.