The definitive guide to studying abroad in Glasgow

Glasgow’s structure and character owes much to Britain’s Industrial Revolution. During the 1900s, the city grew rapidly as workers from the countryside flooded in to this newly urbanising centre. For nearly a century, it lead the way in pioneering new technology for steel production as well as in the chemical and textile industries. The city stagnated in the early twentieth century, seeming to have lost its sense of identity and purpose. Fortunat...
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