The University of Glasgow has partnered with Oxford International Digital Institute to increase international student access to their university. Starting from the current academic year, the University of Glasgow accepts the Oxford English Language Level Test, Oxford ELLT, as proof of English language proficiency.
Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow boasts a rich history spanning over 570 years. But it’s not just about tradition; this institution is dedicated to innovation, working hand-in-hand with global partners to create high-quality research with real-life impact.
The University of Glasgow takes on some of the world’s most pressing challenges. Their research excellence spans various areas, including precision medicine, chronic diseases, one health, future life, addressing inequalities, cultural and creative economies, and the nano and quantum world.
Glasgow is a melting pot of cultures, with students and staff hailing from over 140 countries. This diverse environment fosters a rich tapestry of experiences and perspectives, making it the perfect place to broaden students’ horizons.
As a member of the prestigious Russell Group, the University of Glasgow is part of a league of world-class, research-intensive universities in the UK. This affiliation guarantees academic excellence, access to cutting-edge resources, and a strong emphasis on quality education.
The University of Glasgow consistently shines on the global stage. It’s a UK top 15 university, a world top 100 university, and a world top 20 institution for sustainability. In fact, it was named the Scottish University of the Year in 2024.
The University of Glasgow is now among the 70+ universities accepting Oxford ELLT, broadening students’ horizons and expanding access to higher education.
At Oxford International Digital Institute, we’re excited to collaborate with the University of Glasgow to enhance international student pathways. Our mission is to join forces with institutions that share our commitment to limitless learning opportunities.