University of Glasgow
In its heyday of the 19th century, Glasgow was one of the world’s great cities. As a major hub of the Industrial Revolution, it was immensely rich and constructed some of the most grandiose Victorian architecture in Britain. The city today offers a lively and dynamic contrast to the gentility of nearby Edinburgh. Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is ranked by QS (2013) among the top 75 in the world and has 23,000 students (including 6,000 postgraduates). It has produced seven Nobel Prize winners and two British Prime Ministers.
International student fees / per annum:
Undergraduate: From £13,000 – £16,500
Postgraduate: From £13,000 – £16,500