Ucas code: G28
Costs are easy enough to manage if you are organised about it. There is a bus service to transport students between halls and...
Costs are easy enough to manage if you are organised about it. There is a bus service to transport students between halls and campus so using that would cut travel costs. Eating at campus offers a variety of good quality food for excellent value.×
Managing costs depends very much on the type of person you are. I used to eat very healthy (many fruits and vegetables) so I...
Managing costs depends very much on the type of person you are. I used to eat very healthy (many fruits and vegetables) so I had to pay more for these. But if you like frozen or semi-prepared dishes you can substantially decrease costs. There is quite a wide range of food and drinks available on campus but they seemed a bit pricey to me so I found making sandwiches from home a good option (never tesco value stuff- stay away from those!). I didn't get a part-time job but I know there are quite a lot of opportunities, many of which on campus, at the student unions or for the library services. I found transport to be pricey as well, especially the subway, so I walked to and from uni pretty much all the time. It was a 30 minute walk from where I lived so it was ok. There are also some free buses on campus in the morning and in the evening going to different areas of the city.×
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The best way to make new friends is to participate in a society. In regards to unions there are four main bodies. glasgow...
The best way to make new friends is to participate in a society. In regards to unions there are four main bodies. glasgow University Union (GUU) and Queen Margaret Union (QMU) are there for you to have fun while being at Uni. GUSA is a sports association, and you probably can find something that appeals to you and will keep you fit. Student Representative Council (SRS) provides a connection between lectors and students. As for facilities there are lots of bars and cafes, including those at GUU and QMU, so it is easy to meet new people. GUSA has four spots halls.×
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