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Getting here

Walking: 20 minutes from Glasgow Central station.

Walking: 21 minutes from Glasgow Queen Street station.

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PRINCE2 course Glasgow

Choose to study the popular PRINCE2 with a PRINCE2 course in Glasgow.

Courses include 2-day PRINCE2 Foundation for beginners, and 4-day Practitioner for students wanting to apply PRINCE2.

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PRINCE2 Agile courses Glasgow

PRINCE2 Agile training is for people working in an agile environment.

Choose from PRINCE2 Agile Foundation or Practitioner courses in Glasgow.

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More information about Glasgow

Training courses in Glasgow

Glasgow the biggest city in Scotland and 4th most-populated in the UK. The city forms the Glasgow City Council area and is governed by Glasgow City Council. It is situated on the River Clyde in the country’s West Central Lowlands.

If you’d like to attend classroom training at our Glasgow training venue, you can find us at 9 Newton Place, Glasgow G3 7PR, Scotland, near Kelvingrove Park and the Mitchell Library.

Mitchell Library Glasgow

Travel to and from Glasgow

Public transport

Buchanan Bus Station Glasgow

Glasgow has a large urban transport system, including bus services, urban rail and continental railways.

The main bus terminal in the city is Buchanan bus station.

Glasgow has the most extensive urban rail network in the UK outside London, with rail services travelling to a large part of the West of Scotland. Central station and Queen Street station are the two main rail stations.

The city is linked to Edinburgh by four direct railway links. The Glasgow Subway is the UK’s only completely underground metro system and is generally recognised as the world’s third oldest underground railway.

As part of the wider regeneration along the banks of the River Clyde, a bus rapid transit system is operational between Glasgow City Centre to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Queen Street Station Glasgow

Roads

The main M8 motorway passes around the city centre and connects with the M77, M74, M73 and M80 motorways, all of which pass within the city’s boundaries.

Airports

Glasgow Airport – Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland

The city has 2 international airports as well as a seaplane terminal located within the city – Glasgow Airport, Glasgow Prestwick Airport and Glasgow Seaplane Terminal.

All of the international airports are easily accessible by public transport, with bus routes from the main bus station and direct rail connections.

Things to do in Glasgow

Theatre and festivals

Glasgow is home to many theatres including the King’s Theatre, the Theatre Royal and the Citizens Theatre as well as museums and art galleries, the largest being the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, and the Gallery of Modern Art. Most of the museums and galleries in Glasgow are free to enter.

King’s Theatre Glasgow

Architecture

Provand’s Lordship in Glasgow

Very few examples of medieval Glasgow architecture remain. Only 2 structures from this period survive, the 15th-century Provand’s Lordship and 13th-century St. Mungo’s Cathedral

Glasgow has many examples of Victorian architecture including the Glasgow City Chambers, the parts of the University of Glasgow, and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

Modern buildings in Glasgow include the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, the Glasgow Science Centre, The OVO Hydro and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, and the Riverside Museum.

Glasgow City Chambers

Glasgow trivia

Museums

University of Glasgow

Glasgow grew from a small rural settlement on the River Clyde. With the establishment of the University of Glasgow in the 15th century, it became a major centre of the Scottish Enlightenment.

It later grew into one of Britain’s main trade hubs with North America. During the Industrial Revolution, Glasgow grew to become a major manufacturing centre of chemicals, textiles and engineering. It had a notable marine engineering industry, which produced many ships.

Glasgow’s major cultural institutions – the Burrell Collection, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Ballet and Scottish Opera are internationally famous.

The city hosted the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the first European Championships in 2018.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Glasgow is a major centre of higher and academic research, with the following universities and colleges close to, or within, the city centre: University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Caledonian University, University of the West of Scotland, The Glasgow School of Art, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, City of Glasgow College, Glasgow Clyde College, Glasgow Kelvin College, and West College Scotland.