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University of Strathclyde Business School

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Student Reviews

University of Strathclyde Business School




On Campus

Best Business School in Scotland?

I have enjoyed my time at Strathclyde Business School with my specialising subjects being in Marketing and HR which are two predominantly interesting subjects. The university definitely delivers their digital marketing course better than the rest of them as it is much more interactive and effective which most of the other classes don't appear to offer as much.





Fun environment

So far I have enjoyed my class and love the environment. Everyone is friendly. Teachers are good at teaching especially in my field of marketing, they know what they are teaching and how to do their best (few exceptions of course). The tuition is pretty high for international students (although I received a generous scholarship). Career prospects are pretty good among the alumni. The best part about this university is the excellent library facility. Overall I think it's worth the experience.




On Campus


Amazing University with lots of opportunities for students in and outside Scotland. Also for students from wealthy households or low-income households. Help is given whenever needed and always felt safe and heard! Best 4 years of my life.




On Campus

Enjoyable and fun business school!

I loved my time at Strathclyde business school. The modules were incredibly interesting and surprisingly relevant to my current role as an eCommerce Associate in one of the biggest global food & drink companies. The lecturers are also very friendly and gave insightful lessons. My criticism is the lack of communication and support during the mandatory year abroad process. Strathclyde was one of the few unis who did not react well to the sudden change induced by the covid pandemic and so we felt we had to fend for ourselves. The level of work they were asking from us (60 credits minimum) is also way too high.




Good business school

The business school has really good lecturers who take time to explain things in a coherent way. The halls of residence are very well kept however the WiFi can be patchy around campus which can be problematic.