What have we to be happy about, I hear the cynical among you cry! Its always raining and grey! Well, according to recent research by Britain Thinks, the people of Glasgow are 12% happier and prouder about our city heritage than the rest of the UK.   Heritage plays a powerful role in bringing people

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Lonely Planet has unveiled its list of best countries to visit in 2014 and Scotland came third, after Brazil and Antarctica. The guide said Scotland will “jam-packed schedule of world-class events” in 2014. But let’s have a look at what to expect if you head to Scotland next year: The XX Commonwealth Games will be

7 good reasons to study in Glasgow

Thursday, 25 July 2013 by

1) Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city, but with a population of just 600,000 people, you won’t get lost!  You can find everything you need here, it has the second biggest shopping area in the UK, (London is number one, of course!). 2) Glasgow and Scotland have a smaller population than London and England, so are

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