Buchanan View is a 15-minute walk to the University of Strathclyde, 8 minutes stroll to Glasgow Caledonian University and 13 minutes to the City of Glasgow College. It is situated at the heart of the city with a magnificent view of the skyline. It is also 25 minutes bus ride away from the University of Glasgow and a couple of extra minutes away from The Glasgow School of Art.
Thurso Street Glasgow student housing is just across the street from the University of Glasgow and a 19-minute bus ride to the University of Strathclyde. There are various excellent transport links within a short walking distance from the property. Your new home is located just a short stroll away from the picturesque Kelvingrove Park, perfect for a morning walk or stroll before heading to university.
Living here you will be just a 3-minute stroll from Glasgow Caledonian University, a 5-minute walk from the University of Strathclyde and a 7-minute walk from Glasgow School of Art. You will be very close to a Queen Street station and various transportations and you will be able to reach Cineworld cinema a couple of steps away for a quick outing anytime.
Foundry Courtyard is just a 7-minute walk to the University of Strathclyde and a 7-minute walk to the City of Glasgow College. It is also a 6-minute walk to Glasgow Caledonian University and a 28-minute subway ride to the University of Glasgow. You can easily travel all around Glasgow while living here. Cowcaddens subway station is nearby and there is a bus station 2 minutes away from the property. Various attractions are also available in the area. The Royal Theatre is one of the few places to check out and there are various art galleries nearby as well. Glasgow Cathedral is not that far away from the property and it is a perfect place to visit if you are interested in the history of the city.
Located on the River Clyde in Scotland's western Lowlands, Glasgow is a city that is known for its unique architecture and cultural background. It is the third largest city in the UK, after Londonand Birminghamand probably the largest city in Scotland. The Scottish population inside Glasgow alone amounts to 40% or more of the overall Scottish population. Glasgow is a historical city with various architectural highlights. It is generally known for its 19th century Victorian buildings including; Crookston Castle, Glasgow Cathedral and more.
Because of its diversity and cultural importance, Glasgow is a famous destination for international students. It has a lot of highly-regarded universities. The Glasgow School of Art is one of these schools. It is a well-known school for its unique contribution to the field of visual creations (Game Design, 3D modelling, fashion design etc.). Other internationally recognized universities include; the University of Strathclyde and The University of Glasgow.
Glasgow is famous for culture and entertainment, boasting many museums, galleries, modern shopping complexes, movie theatres, pubs, discos and everything else a modern city should have.
Getting around Glasgow is very easy. If you are a student going to Glasgow for the first time, you can download the Traveline Scotland app, where you can find all types of transportation information. There is also a smartcard for daily transportation via the subwayand there is TheSPT "Roundabout" ticket, which allows you unlimited trips in one day. Glasgow’s subway line is called Clockwork Orange; it is the third oldest subway in the world. It got its name from the circular shape of the stations on the map. You can find the detailed map of the stations on SPT’s website, the main company that runs the subway right now. Bus lines are also available all over the city.
Glasgow has several major train stations and is only 4 hours to London and 2 hours to Manchester. It is also only between 30-45 minutes to Stirling and Edinburgh making it easy to travel to other cities within the UK. More importantly, Glasgow has an International airport allowing students and young professionals to fly to or from Glasgow from many international destinations in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.