University of Glasgow
A place that inspires ambitious people to succeed
Inspiring ambitious people to succeed
Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world and has been named Scottish University of the Year 2018. Glasgow is a place that inspires ambitious people to succeed. A place where inquiring minds can develop their ideas. A place where people make discoveries that change the world. The University of Glasgow Dumfries campus opened its doors to students in 1999 and is home to the School of Interdisciplinary studies. Academics and students based in Dumfries specialise in a number of disciplines including Environmental Sciences and Sustainable Tourism.
Working with The University of Glasgow
We’re pleased to be members of the SSDA. Organisations such as the SSDA help bring academia and business closer together, and since recently joining, we have already collaborated together on joint events and tourism projects such as the European Summer School of Advanced Management (ESSAM). We are hoping that through our partnership with SSDA, the University will be able to deliver knowledge to organisations throughout the region. We would be pleased to hear from any organisation within the network who would be interested in accessing our student and academic expertise.
Contact Business Development Manager Ed Green for more information
Based regionally throughout Scotland, Interface works with individual and groups of businesses of all sizes, in all sectors, to match them to Scotland’s world-leading academic expertise to help them grow.
With connections into all Scottish universities, research institutes and colleges, Interface has an established and efficient process that will save time and money in finding and accessing academic expertise, research, technologies, specialist facilities and funding.
The free and impartial service has helped hundreds of organisations to become more competitive enabling them to increase their profits, maximise their export potential and ultimately become more sustainable
We’re delighted to be members of the SSDA. Interface’s role is to help facilitate academia and business to work together to help grow Scotland’s economy and SSDA have a very important role in helping to make those connections for the tourism industry. Since joining SSDA, we have already collaborated on a webinar and facilitated three projects developing digital technology for Whithorn Museum Trust, Robert Burns Ellisland Trust and Trimontium Museum Trust and we look forward to delivering on more joint events in the future.
We work with all of Scotland’s universities and have access to several opportunities suitable to tourism businesses that range from developing marketing strategies to creating virtual reality displays. We hope that through our partnership with SSDA, we will be able to enable more businesses to access academic and student support to help develop and grow their business.
Mari Findlay, Business Engagement Executive, Dumfries & Galloway
Shelley Breckenridge, Business Engagement Manager, Scottish Borders.
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