EU



EU confirms they won’t allow Scotland to join Erasmus

27th February 2022

The Glasgow Guardian held an interview with a source from the European Commission, where it was revealed that the only way Scotland can take part in Erasmus+ is if the UK as a whole remains in the scheme. Since the UK decided to leave the EU student mobility has remained one of the contentious issues, ...


International students disappointed by careers support at UK universities

9th November 2021

From a lack of work experience to adequate advice on opportunities abroad students are dissatisfied at the levels of careers support. A report that has investigated international students’ experiences with careers and employability support at UK universities, commissioned by The Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and Kaplan International Pathways, has found low levels of satisfaction ...


UofG spinout company granted EU funding for development of a drug against malaria

17th October 2021

Keltic Pharma, part funded by several UofG scientists, will use the multi-million Euro funding to develop its research into a drug treating malaria. University of Glasgow spin-out company, Keltic Pharma, which was incorporated in February 2021, has been granted multi-million Euro funding from the European Union (EU) to further develop research into a groundbreaking new ...