About the Program:
Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the UK and has maintained a consistent reputation for academic excellence and innovative research. Glasgow is a truly Scottish university, with over 73% of our students coming from all over Scotland, and offers visiting students the opportunity to study in a world-class teaching and living environment.
Glasgow, Scotland's largest city is a bustling, lively and cultural place to live and study. There is always something to see and do with excellent shopping, nightlife, museums, parks and galleries. Glasgow is a friendly and welcoming multi-cultural city which has recently been voted 'politest city in the UK'. Situated on the west coast of Scotland, Glasgow is an ideal gateway to further explore our beautiful country and is less than an hour away from many attractions, including Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Edinburgh, Stirling and the Ayrshire Coast.
Courses & Area of Study:
International students can choose from over 900 courses from a range of schools. This flexibility ensures a broad academic experience and allows you to match your study abroad options with your degree course at home. Available courses can be found in the course catalog
No specific language level is required. Some courses may require requrequisites.
Housing and Meals:
All exchange students at the University of Glasgow are guaranteed university housing. Housing options and fees can be found online here
Students participating in exchange programs will pay Miami University Tuition and Fees directly to Miami University. Housing and meals will be paid directly to the host university.
Financial Aid and Scholarships:
Financial Aid can be used towards all study abroad programs. The amount of aid available to each student varies according to the program of study adn the student's eligibility. Students are encouraged to meet with the Office of Financial Assistance in the 121 Campus Avenue Building to determine how much aid is available.
Students who currently hold any Miami Scholarships such as the Oxford Scholars, Harrison Scholarship, Honors Scholarship and many others can use those scholarships to study abroad. For specific information concerning Miami University scholarships students should check the Financial Aid and Scholarships information on the study abroad website
. Students are encouraged to meet with the Office of Financial Assistance in the 121 Campus Avenue Building, before they apply for their study abroad program to determine how their scholarships will be applied to their study abroad program.
There are a multitude of national and university scholarships available to Miami University students who study abroad. To determine which scholarships you would eligible for please review the Financial Aid and Scholarship information on the study abroad website
Students are required to attend a mandatory pre-departure orientation before they leave Miami University to participate in their study abroad program. The pre-departure session will cover your health and safety while abroad. But will also cover many other important travel details such as what to package and other important details.