The University of Glasgow was established in 1451 and is the fourth-oldest English-speaking university in the world. Students from over 140 countries study with Glasgow each year. Some of the university's achievements include:
The university is also a beacon for exceptional research, where pioneering work has bettered the lives of people from all over the world. It has six cross-disciplinary areas of research that are world leading. Seven Nobel laureates are connected to the university, and it works with international partners to make a global impact.