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GCU among UK’s best in Guardian University Guide

Two subject areas at GCU have been listed in the top 10 in the UK and first in Scotland in this year's Guardian University Guide 2021.

GCU and Crear make wedding tourism vow

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has teamed up with one of Scotland's most successful wedding venues in a bid to encourage international guests to explore the rest of the country during their stay.

Skye "highly vulnerable" to international travel slump

Skye is “highly vulnerable” to the downturn in international visitors amid the coronavirus pandemic as a new study reveals tourism is worth £211million a year to the island.

Moffat Centre steps up walking trails project

GCU is playing a key role in a new project to boost the economic spin-offs of walking trails across Europe.

Three inspirational women honoured by University for the Common Good

Three truly inspirational women received honorary degrees today (July 3) by Scotland’s University for the Common Good, Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).

Join us for our annual celebration of research

The politican in charge of Scotland's finances will outline the importance of the Sustainable Development Goals at GCU's annual research celebration in May.

Tourism spin-offs spreading across Scotland

Tourism spin-offs are spreading across the whole of Scotland thanks to the success of the V&A Dundee and Highland attractions, according to new research.

Major GCU study to examine impact of tourism on Skye

Visitors, residents and businesses in Skye are being encouraged to take part in a major new study on the economic impact of tourism on the island.

Moffat Centre masterplan to transform Ayrshire tourism

A tourism masterplan devised by the Moffat Centre at Glasgow Caledonian University is set to attract thousands of extra visitors to the west coast of Scotland.

Glasgow Caledonian University played key role in North Coast 500 success, says Tom Campbell

The man tasked with driving forward one of the world's most iconic coastal touring routes paid tribute to Glasgow Caledonian University for helping to make it a success.