Glasgow is a modern, vibrant metropolis yet still retains its legendary warmth and generous hospitality – whilst still being Scotland’s largest city. Travel & Economic infrastructure is excellent which went a long way to ensuring Glasgow won its bid to host the 2014 Commonwealth games. Home to 5 city centre educational institutions and with a student populous of around 50,000 it has a young and vibrant atmosphere. Travel infrastructure is excellent, with the Glasgow underground allowing travel around various areas of the city in a short space of time. Without doubt, Glasgow is THE most fantastic student destination boasting a rich cultural heritage, including world-class architecture and design, a fantastic shopping district and a vibrant nightlife.
The Merchant City area has been rejuvenated with luxury city centre flats and warehouse conversions. This regeneration has supported an increasing number of cafés and restaurants. The area is home to some of Glasgow’s most upmarket stores. It is the centre of Glasgow’s growing “cultural quarter”, based on King Street, the Saltmarket and Trongate, and at the heart of the annual Merchant City Festival. Glasgow has the most extensive urban rail network in the UK outside of London, with the underground allowing travel around various areas of the city in a short space of time, making it easy to get around and explore.
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Clyde House, Glasgow – 2024/25 ACADEMIC YEAR BOOKINGS OPEN – AVAILABIILITY
£135 per week
Glasgow is a city with a young and vibrant atmosphere. September will see the launch of Clyde House – a boutique student residence with a riverside location perfect for all that Glasgow has to offer.