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    Welcome to the University of Glasgow’s Postgraduate Taught Admissions 2017 official thread!

    January 2017 intake

    January 2017 intake – is now closed for all programmes other than selected Online Distance Learning programmes offered by the College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences, see January 2017 intake for more information.

    September 2017 intake

    Applications to the September 2017 intake for all of our postgraduate taught degrees are open and we are currently processing and making offers on the majority of these programmes. Please see http://www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/ for the full list of the programmes we offer and details on entry requirements, application deadlines, course content and tuition fees for each.

    We have a list of Frequently Asked Questions which will give you detailed information about the applications and admissions process but please feel free to ask any other questions that you have.

    Thanks for visiting our thread and we look forward to chatting with you soon!
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    (Original post by Glasgow Uni)
    Postgraduate Admissions 2017 entry

    If you have any questions about getting in to the University of Glasgow then get in touch!
    Hi, I'm on track for a first, but possibly 2:1 in Biomed. I just got 680 in UKCAT, and meet the entry requirements. Glasgow is my first choice, am I likely to get an interview for A100 Medicine?Thanks in advance,
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    Hi, I am from international student. currently I have applied to master of international business and entrepreneurship, do you have any idea where I can find a student from this department to be asked for questions?
    thank you.
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    (Original post by drgoundry)
    Hi, I'm on track for a first, but possibly 2:1 in Biomed. I just got 680 in UKCAT, and meet the entry requirements. Glasgow is my first choice, am I likely to get an interview for A100 Medicine?Thanks in advance,
    Hi drgoundry, thanks for your post

    The A100 Medicine is our undergraduate course so if this is want you are interested in the please see
    http://www.gla.ac.uk/undergraduate/degrees/medicine/. There is also an Undergraduate Admissions thread that you can view at
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4259322.
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    (Original post by ouije)
    Hi, I am from international student. currently I have applied to master of international business and entrepreneurship, do you have any idea where I can find a student from this department to be asked for questions?
    thank you.
    Hi ouije!

    Great question You can get in touch with current University of Glasgow students through our website at
    http://www.gla.ac.uk/studentlife/ask...ntenquiryform/. You can also connect with our students via the HelloUoG App
    http://gla.hellouni.mobi/app/.

    Please also have a look at our International Student webpages
    http://www.gla.ac.uk/international/ for more useful information.

    Thanks!

    Marie-Louise
    The PGT Admissions Team
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    Hi Everyone!

    My name is Marie-Louise and I am part of the Postgraduate Taught Admissions Team.

    Myself and some of the other members of the team are here and very happy to help with any questions that you have so please feel free to ask!

    Looking forward to hearing from you soon
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    I need to know the UCAS centre number for university of Glasgow for my PGDE application. Can anyone help me out?
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    hello, thank you for your help! I want to ask a few more, I have applied to postgraduate program and it said that it takes 4 to 6 weeks to get the LoA. However, I have to apply to a scholarship which requires the LoA from the university. Is it yet possible to ask for conditional letter earlier for the evidence of my application? Thank you!
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    (Original post by ksmorrow1)
    I need to know the UCAS centre number for university of Glasgow for my PGDE application. Can anyone help me out?
    Hi ksmorrow1, thanks for your question!

    The UCAS code for the PGDE Primary Education is X100 (see
    http://www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/ta...y/#/howtoapply).

    If you are interested in the PGDE Secondary Education please see
    http://www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/ta...y/#/howtoapply as there are different UCAS codes depending on which subject you wish to teach.

    Good luck with your application :gthumb:

    Marie-Louise
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    Hi Everyone :hello:

    My name's Claire and I'm a member of the Postgraduate Taught Admissions Team.

    The area I look after is Social and Political Sciences, but I'm happy to answer any questions you have on other areas too :yy:

    Look forward to hearing from you soon
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    (Original post by ouije)
    hello, thank you for your help! I want to ask a few more, I have applied to postgraduate program and it said that it takes 4 to 6 weeks to get the LoA. However, I have to apply to a scholarship which requires the LoA from the university. Is it yet possible to ask for conditional letter earlier for the evidence of my application? Thank you!
    it has been 3 weeks now. and I assume to have the LoA on 12 November, yet my scholarship interview will be on 9 Nov. Can you help me please?
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    (Original post by ouije)
    hello, thank you for your help! I want to ask a few more, I have applied to postgraduate program and it said that it takes 4 to 6 weeks to get the LoA. However, I have to apply to a scholarship which requires the LoA from the university. Is it yet possible to ask for conditional letter earlier for the evidence of my application? Thank you!
    Hi Ouije.

    You must have applied to one of our high demand programmes for which places to the September 2017 intake are limited.

    If you want more specific information on your application then please feel free to send us an email at [email protected] and we can better advise you.

    Thanks,
    Marie-Louise
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    (Original post by University of Glasgow admissions)
    Hi drgoundry, thanks for your post

    The A100 Medicine is our undergraduate course so if this is want you are interested in the please see
    http://www.gla.ac.uk/undergraduate/degrees/medicine/. There is also an Undergraduate Admissions thread that you can view at
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4259322.
    Thank you, when do you start to send out interview notifications?
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    Hi! I applied for PGDE secondary in Chemistry and also Biology. I was wondering when interview offers are normally sent out?
    Thanks ☺️


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    (Original post by drgoundry)
    Thank you, when do you start to send out interview notifications?
    Hi drgoundry, please try the
    Undergraduate Admissions thread that you can view at
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4259322, they will be able to better advise you. Good luck!
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    (Original post by brownie.22)
    Hi! I applied for PGDE secondary in Chemistry and also Biology. I was wondering when interview offers are normally sent out?
    Thanks ☺️


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    Hi brownie.22,

    We are currently reviewing the applications for both Chemistry and Biology and we have started to send out invitations for the first round of interviews which will be in December. If you don't get an interview in the first round and your application is still open then you will still be considered for the second round of interviews in January.

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    Hi,
    I have received a conditional offer for MSc Statistics and in the email it says I have to respond to the offer in 4 weeks. I was wondering if this is a hard deadline as I am still waiting to hear from other universities I have applied to.
    Thanks
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    (Original post by myshrm)
    Hi,
    I have received a conditional offer for MSc Statistics and in the email it says I have to respond to the offer in 4 weeks. I was wondering if this is a hard deadline as I am still waiting to hear from other universities I have applied to.
    Thanks
    Hi myshrm, congratulations of your offer :yy:

    The 4 week deadline given on your offer can be flexible so please make your decision as soon as possible and either accept or decline through Applicant Self-Service once you have made up your mind. For your information, accepting the offer now does not come with any obligations, and you can change your mind, you can decline the offer or defer to the next intake at any time.

    If you have any other specific questions we would be happy to help you, please email [email protected].
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    (Original post by University of Glasgow)
    Welcome to the University of Glasgow’s Postgraduate Taught Admissions 2017 official thread!

    January 2017 intake

    We are still accepting UK and EU applications for our January 2017 intake for selected programmes from the Schools of Engineering, Physics & Astronomy and Veterinary Medicine. If you are interested in joining us then please see http://www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/january/ for more information on the programmes offered in the January intake and how to apply.

    Unfortunately the International application deadline has passed but we would be delighted to receiving your application for the September 2017 intake.

    September 2017 intake

    Applications to the September 2017 intake for all of our postgraduate taught degrees are open and we are currently processing and making offers on the majority of these programmes. Please see http://www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/ for the full list of the programmes we offer and details on entry requirements, application deadlines, course content and tuition fees for each.

    We have a list of Frequently Asked Questions which will give you detailed information about the applications and admissions process but please feel free to ask any other questions that you have.

    Thanks for visiting our thread and we look forward to chatting with you soon!
    Hi there; ive applied for the pgde in primary teaching about 4 weeks ago and i havent heard anything apart from my confirmation email; getting a bit worried now, when can i if i do expect to hear?
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    Hello there,

    I'm currently enrolled for my MSc in Electronics and electrical engineering for 2017 January as an international student, my fees on the mystudent page shows different tuition fees to that on the website for my course and visa status. Is the fee split, and if so how?

    Regards
 
 
 
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