Glasgow

  • Strathclyde University Glasgow
  • IT Law LL.M.
  • Language skills: English
  • Fees:
    • Home/EU: £634.00 per 20 credit (10 ECTS) module Minimum requirement: 40 credits (20 ECTS)

    • Overseas - £1,167.00 per 20 (10 ECTS) credit module Minimum requirement: 40 credits (20 ECTS)

 

Strathclyde University

Strathclyde University was established in 1796 and received its Royal Charter in 1964 making it UK’s first technological University. Nowadays it is one of 3 universities in Glasgow and boasts of having prime location in the middle of the City, round the corner from the main shopping and economic districts. Strathclyde University boasts of being the ‘place of useful learning’ and this message is true since it was stated by the benefactor who helped found Strathclyde University, John Anderson and who gives his name to the University’s main campus. Stathclyde University offers a wide range of courses in accounting, business, marketing, engineering, pharmacy, languages, social sciences and of course Law.
The Strathclyde Law School has been operating for the last 40 years and is ranked 13th out of 67 law schools.

As well as an excellent education, Strathcyde university can also provide a substantial and broad range of sports, societies and nightlife. There is a gym and sports centre on campus and students can take part in many activities. The Union itself is the largest in Britain and includes cafes and bars.

Glasgow

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland although it is not the capital. It is situated on the West coast of Scotland and is 50 min by train from Edinburgh. In its entirety encompassing the surrounding areas it includes 2.3 million inhabitants reflecting 41%  of the population of Scotland.


Glasgow is one of the cultural hubs of Scotland and has a diverse range of social activities on offer. It was named as the European City of Culture in 1990 and this can be seen by the range of museums, theatres, libraries and music venues that Glasgow has. Glasgow is also a very green city encompassing 70 parks and gardens providing a well rested break from the busy and vibrant city atmosphere. The Botanic Gardens in the West end created in 1817 is a great place to visit in the summer months.


Glasgow is famous for its beautiful Cathedral and City Chambers building, which is situated in George Square. This theme of beautiful architecture continues throughout Glasgow and a lover of architecture will be facinated by the buildings of Glasgow, ranging from the medieval 15th century provest’s house to the modern luxury flats being built on the River Clyde, redeveloping the now wasteland, previous shipping areas. The City has a modern and dynamic atmosphere and this is no more apparent than in the nightlife offered in Glasgow. Sauchiehall street is the home of many bars and clubs to suit any music lovers tastes and in the West end on Byres road, many quaint restaurants and bars can be found. The West end is 10 minutes away by underground from Strathclyde university. The best way to experience Glasgow is to take the open tour bus around many of the great sites such as the Glasgow Royal concert hall, Kelvingrove art gallery and museum, Glasgow cathedral and the Peoples’ Palace.