Glasgow School of Art: Glasgow - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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As one of the leading Art Schools in the UK, The Glasgow School of Art welcomes international students to all of its programmes. The School offers an environment in which difference is encouraged and diversity of background and approach is valued.... read more

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OVERALL RATING 3.3
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I grew so much more as a person and learned more of a practical studio practice that I can use here. - University of Hartford View Entire Review
It was worth my while in every way imaginable. I learned to be self-sufficient, how to live away from home, how to cook, how to travel by myself and really enjoy it. I learned to be happy while being alone and how to live in a city. I met people that gave me hope for my future and made me smile until my face hurt. I felt so much... - Middlebury College View Entire Review
100 % worth it. it just changes your life and your view on the world. allows you to really respect yourself for who you are and grow as a person. really broadens your horizons and you have so much more respect for people. you learn a lot about your self. gain a lot of self confidence. coming back was harder for me. being back at... - University of Wisconsin - Stout View Entire Review
Yes it was worth while - Goucher College View Entire Review
One of the most beneficial experiences was our class trip to London, as I not only got see a plethora of art and venues, but got to understand some underlying components to the art world, as well as how art is viewed/valued in other cultures. - Middlebury College View Entire Review
Yes. I learned how to live on my own. I learned how to structure my time. I learned I struggle with anxiety/depression. I learned to trust myself and my artist intuition. - Middlebury College View Entire Review

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As one of the leading Art Schools in the UK, The Glasgow School of Art welcomes international students to all of its programmes. The School offers an environment in which difference is encouraged and diversity of background and approach is valued.

Study at the GSA is done through one of three Schools: Fine Art; Design; and the Mackintosh School of Architecture. The focus of all courses is studio practice, and whilst not all students at GSA get allotted studio space in the famous Mackintosh Building, the provision of individual studio space to both undergraduate and postgraduate students, is one of our major strengths, as is individual tuition. All students, whilst developing their own work independently, will benefit from valuable one on one time from tutors. Courses also include lecture time, library research and "crits" time when students work in groups with tutors to analyse and explain their work.

International students at the School come from over 69 countries, ranging from Australia to Zimbabwe. Each year we welcome more than 80 students from our exchange and Study Abroad partners, who each, in their turn, further contribute to the international dimension of the learning experience at the School.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Architecture
  • Culinary Arts
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