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Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest speaking university in the English-speaking world. The University of Glasgow has been inspiring people and changing the world for over 560 years. We have a history of world changers and Glasgow University is a place that inspires ambitious people to succeed.

We follow the legacy of Adam Smith

The University of Glasgow is well renowned for its world-changing alumni including the Father of modern Economics Adam Smith, after whom the Adam Smith Business School is named. Today, we continue his legacy to develop enlightened, engaged, and enterprising graduates ready to change the world.

We are triple accredited 

The Adam Smith Business School is among the top 100 business schools in the world and holds triple accreditation from AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. Triple accreditation is testament to everything we do and means you will earn a degree that is internationally recognisable to the highest of standards.

We follow world-class teaching and research

We are a leading international business school renowned for our world-class research. The University is a member of the illustrious Russel Group of research-intensive universities in the UK. Our teaching programmes are research-led and combine theory with practice to enrich the learning experience.

Scholarships and funding opportunities

We have several scholarship opportunities available to students entering the Adam Smith Business School for academic session 2023/24.

These scholarships are for students starting full-time postgraduate degree programmes in the academic year 2023/24.

Details of scholarships:
  • Search our full scholarships database which will help you determine which scholarships you are eligible for.

Who is eligible to apply?

UK, EU and International students.

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