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Glasgow Caledonian University

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About Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has campuses in some of the busiest and most exciting university cities; Glasgow, London and New York. The Glasgow campus is very centrally located, with good public transport links and on-site parking. The campus grounds are relatively flat and all buildings are in close proximity to each other.

The University promotes a learning environment that minimising the impact that the disability can have on the student experience. The University values integrity, creativity, responsibility and confidence and is helping to build a fairer world through its research, teaching and community engagement. Teaching areas can be accessed by either lift or stair lift and entrances to all buildings have automatic doors, and ramps where applicable.

More detailed information regarding physical features of the campus and access to individual buildings on campus can be found in the individual accessibility guides.

“The University has allowed me to grow as a person, it also provides me with the perfect mix – a fun social life, meeting loads of new people from all around the world and also a great mix educationally. The campus itself is incredibly modern and just a cool place to hang out in.” Yanira, Tourism Management student.

Find out more - Glasgow Caledonian University Equality Outcomes 2017-2021.


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