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Glasgow Caledonian University (Scottish Gaelic: Oilthigh Chailleannach Ghlaschu, IPA: [ˈɔlhɪj ˈxaʎan̪ˠəx ˈɣl̪ˠas̪əxu]), informally GCU, Caledonian or Caley, is a public university in Glasgow, Scotland. It was formed in 1993 by the merger of The Queen’s College, Glasgow (founded in 1875) and Glasgow Polytechnic (originally Glasgow College of Technology (GCT), founded in 1971). It is located in the Cowcaddens district, just to the immediate north of the city centre, and is Glasgow’s third university, after the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde.

In June 2017, the university’s New York partner institution, which was founded in 2013, was granted permission to award degrees in the state, the first higher education institution founded by a foreign university to achieve this status. In June 2023, GCU noted that they planned to sell their New York campus as it had not lived up to its potential.
The university traces its origin from The Queen’s College, Glasgow (founded 1875), and the Glasgow College of Technology (founded 1971). The Queen’s College, which specialised in providing training in domestic science, received the royal accolade of being named after Queen Elizabeth II in its centenary celebrations in 1975. Queen Elizabeth was, herself, patron of the college since 1944.[6] Glasgow College of Technology (which changed its name to Glasgow Polytechnic in 1991), which was one of the largest central institutions in Scotland, offered externally validated degrees and diplomas in engineering, science, and the humanities: the first of which was a BA in Optics, followed by degrees in Social Sciences (1973) and Nursing (1977).

On 1 April 1993, the two institutions amalgamated to form Glasgow Caledonian University. The new university took its name from Caledonia, the poetic Latin name for present-day Scotland. The main campus of the university is built on the site of the former Buchanan Street Station, built by the Caledonian Railway.

Independent research carried out in 2015 revealed that the university contributes over £480m to Scotland’s economy each year with the quantifiable lifetime premium of a one-year class of graduates estimated at £400m, bringing the university’s total annual economic impact to around £880m in Scotland alone.[8][unreliable source?]

Annie Lennox was installed as GCU’s first female chancellor,[9] taking over the role from Nobel Peace Prize laureate Muhammad Yunus, at a ceremony in July 2018.[10] Stephen Decent is the principal and vice-chancellor of the university, appointed in 2023.