The Globe is a high-quality residence that is just a five-minute walk from the College.
With a games room, cinema room and communal eating areas, The Globe is the ideal residence for GIC students who wish to socialise and make new friends. All bedrooms have en-suite bathroom facilities and many rooms boast excellent views over the stunning architecture of the University of Glasgow and Kelvingrove Art Gallery.
The Globe is available to all GIC students.
Free 8MB wi-fi internet access (in communal areas) and all utilities included in the price
A fully-equipped kitchen and a communal eating area
The Globe provides a safe and secure living environment with CCTV and security staff available 24/7
Plenty of space to socialise and relax, with a communal snack/study area, a cinema and a games room
All utility bills, bed and study furniture provided at no extra cost
Avoid expensive commuting costs with a three-minute stroll to the University and the College
Quality accommodation is at the top of our priorities. We want you to feel stress-free in a home away from home, so that you can make the very most of your studies.
We have designed a starter pack to cater especially for your needs as an international student. The pack contains kitchen essentials, a duvet and a set of fresh bed linen to help you settle into your accommodation.
Make the most of your university education and book your room today at The Globe halls of residence. Find out how on our booking procedures page.
Your university education: the Glasgow experience
International students feel right at home in the culturally diverse city of Glasgow. It is exciting to think that you will be receiving your university education in a place of great historical significance. The city’s history goes back to prehistoric times when settlers lived around the River Clyde. You can relax outside of your studies by visiting a large variety of theatres, including the Kings Theatre, Pavilion Theatre and Theatre Royal. There is also the Scottish Ballet, art galleries, numerous shopping centres and a wealth of museums, plus the world’s tallest Cineworld cinema. There is something fun for everyone!
Glasgow has been home to a rich variety of musical talent, including the globally successful Snow Patrol and Franz Ferdinand. In 2009 the city hosted the Mobo awards, and in 2008 was awarded the UNESCO City of Music award. International festivals run throughout the year, and in 2008 Lonely Planet recommended Glasgow as one of its ten top tourist destinations. In 2014, Glasgow was the proud host of the Commonwealth Games. You definitely won’t run out of things to do in Glasgow!