About University of Glasgow
The University of Glasgow was established in 1451, making it the fourth oldest university in the UK. Scotland’s first female medical graduates completed their degrees here in 1894 and the world’s first ultrasound images of a foetus were published by Glasgow Professor Ian Donald in 1958.
If you choose to study at UoG, you’ll be walking in the footsteps of some of the world’s most renowned innovators, from scientist Lord Kelvin and economist Adam Smith, to the pioneer of television John Logie Baird.
About International Summer School
UoG International Summer School is an excellent introduction to what it’s like to study at an international university. It is a opportunity to explore a particular topic in more depth and to experience teaching from world-class academic staff. Summer study allows you to supplement your studies and gain international experience and credits at a world-class university.
According to your own schedule, you can choose from 12 courses as long as you have fulfilled the specific course entry requirements. Course details can be found HERE.
Courses take place between 11 June and 10 August 2018 and span from 3 weeks to 8 weeks.
|11 June - 29 June 2018 (3 weeks)|
|• Education in a globalised world|
|18 June - 6 July 2018 (3 weeks)|
|• Environment, change and the future: the Scottish experience
• Religion and spirituality in Scotland
|18 June - 13 July 2018 (4 weeks)|
|• Functional anatomy|
|18 June - 10 August 2018 (8 weeks)|
|• International physics summer school
• Mathematics - linear algebra, differential equations and Scotland
|17 July - 3 August 2018 (3 weeks)|
|• Geology of Scotland
• History of Christianity
• International business
|17 July - 10 August 2018 (4 weeks)|
|• Bioscience for global disease
• Essential Genetics
|23 July - 10 August 2018 (3 weeks)|
|• Theatre and performance|
- You are expected to arrive on the day before the program starts for student dormitory check-in. Please refer to the host institution’s acceptance package for the arrival information.
- You should only depart after completion of the program.
Under the student exchange agreement, tuition fees are waived. HKUST students will bear the costs for accommodation, meals, travel, visa, insurance, personal expenses and other administrative fees.
|Tuition fee||Waived||GBP 2,750 - 4,750
(Student will receive 10% discount on tuition fee)
|Accommodation||Approximate GBP 540 per month|
|Social Programme Fee||Approximate GBP 120*|
* the cost may vary according to the duration of course
You are eligible to apply for the program if you:
- will have completed Year 1 by the start of program; and
- have a cumulative CGA of 3.0 or above (For some courses, students are required to have higher CGA).
For details of the selection criteria, please CLICK HERE.Documents required by host institution
- Academic transcript
- Copy of valid passport, including the data page and passport expiration date
HKUST students must apply through the Global Student Programs Office. Individual direct application to University of Glasgow will not be accepted.
To apply, click the “Apply Now” button on this page. The whole application process has two steps.
Step 1: Complete HKUST application form and submit supplementary documents (CLICK HERE for details)
Step 2: The Host Institution Application (TO BE COMPLETED AFTER YOU ARE NOMINATED BY HKUST)
If you are nominated, you will be notified to submit a formal host institution application. Detailed information and application instructions will be provided in due course.
The HKUST Study Abroad Financial Assistance aims to help HKUST students with financing their study abroad programs. More details can be found at HKUST Study Abroad website.
You are advised to discuss your study plan with your major department or any pre-major advisors in your School. For details of the credit transfer procedures, please CLICK HERE.
You may be required to apply for a visa to attend the program. Check HERE.
HKUST students who take part in the University's exchange programs will be covered by the University's Travel Insurance Plan. Please CLICK HERE for details.
You will stay at the flat located in the University's Students accommodation, within easy walking distance of both the main campus (where classes will take place), and of the West End of Glasgow. You will have your own room within a self-contained flat including a well-equipped kitchen and laundry facilities. Bedding and kitchenware are provided. Normally 4 – 5 other students will share the flat so you’ll be well-placed to make new friends.
Students who take the Environment, change and the future course, your accommodation will be based at the Dumfries Campus.
For details about accommodation, please CLICK HERE.
Disclaimer: The host institutions may release updated information from time to time. Information on this page will be updated on a rolling basis. While the Global Student Programs Office tries the best effort to post the most updated information on this page, you are advised to refer to the host institutions' official websites for the most updated information.
Last update: 14 November 2017