Venue – University of Glasgow

University Avenue, Glasgow, G12 8QQ

Founded over 500 years ago the University of Glasgow is one of Scotland’s most famous and prestigious landmarks. With venues ranging from beautiful wood panelled rooms through to grand Victorian halls and state-of-the-art seminar rooms and lecture theatres.

What sets the University apart, other than the sheer size and scale of the portfolio is the history and tradition associated with one of Scotland’s most famous and prestigious landmarks. The unique architecture and atmosphere of the University of Glasgow never fails to impress and, in combining that with the flexibility and variety of the venues, it is guaranteed that you will be anything other than delighted with your experience at the University of Glasgow.

The main Gilmorehill campus with its distinctive outline silhouetted on the city’s skyline is in the cosmopolitan West End of Glasgow, just three miles from the vibrant city centre and well-connected by frequent bus and subway services.

Accessibility

The University strives to make all their campuses accessible to all users. They understand the importance of enabling access to accurate, practical information on the accessibility of their physical estate but recognise users may encounter limitations around our main Gilmorehill campus, due to the historic hilltop location.