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IELTS start from overall 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in all component)

Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University is a public university in Glasgow, Scotland. With a history traceable to 1875, the University was formally instituted in 1993 by an Act of Parliament that created Glasgow’s third university, and what would become one of Scotland’s largest universities with more than 18,000 students. Glasgow Caledonian University is a distinctive, inclusive and forward-looking university that is committed to its social mission to promote the common good. In addition to the many specialised research centres that are based within its academic schools, the University has three university-wide institutes that engage in cross-disciplinary research across various disciplines: The Institute of Applied Health Research, which carries out research on a range of health-related topics; The Institute for Sustainable Engineering and Technology, which carries out research on a range of disciplines aimed at minimising impact on the environment; and The Institute for Society and Social Justice Research, which carries out research on the topics of citizenship and participation, crime and justice, and gender and economy. The latter is home to the Scottish Poverty Information Unit, which was established in 1995 and is regarded as a lead authority on issues related to poverty and social justice in Scotland. GCU is regularly ranked as one of the UK's top 10 modern universities and is one of very few modern universities to rank among the top 50 universities in the UK in at least one of the national league tables. It is also the first and, so far, only modern Scottish university to rank among the top 400 universities the world, making Glasgow home to three universities in the top 400 world rankings. The University has had mixed reviews in UK-wide (national) league tables over the years, attributed by the Guardian to its firm accent on widening participation in higher education. A 2013 review by the UK's Higher Education Statistics Agency placed GCU as top in Glasgow, 2nd in Scotland, and 11th in the UK for employability among graduates. Also in 2013, the University was ranked 2nd in the UK for international student satisfaction.

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