University of Glasgow is an exchange destination for Utrecht University Bachelor students of the faculty of Humanities in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom.

Student experiences
Academic calendar

Semester I: early September until mid December
Semester II: early January until end of May

Academic Calendar


Language requirement: All Erasmus Students are required to submit evidence of language proficiency before they can be accepted to study at the University of Glasgow. As part of their application, students must supply confirmation that they are proficient in English in all four components of reading, writing, speaking and listening to a minimum CEFR B2 level. More information

Areas of study open to exchange students

Economic and Social History

Students have to take 2/3 of their courses in the subject of the agreement at the 'School of Social and Political Sciences'. However, students can request to take courses from  other schools in the university - normally at levels 1 and 2. Note that some departments will not permit students from other departments to take courses. Entry to other courses will depend on the student's academic background, availability of courses and permission from the coordinator of that department. Check well if the courses are open for Erasmus students.



Students can take History courses at the Department of History. Also, students can take a maximum of 20 credits per semester at other departments within the university. Note that some departments will not permit students from other departments to take courses, therefore students have to make sure that they have permission from the coordinator of the department they want to take courses at. Check well if the courses are open for Erasmus students.

Courses at Master’s level


Language of instruction


Housing assistance
Estimated living costs per month

You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table

Number of places available
  • History: 2 places per year
  • Social and Economic History: 2 places per year

More information

More information about studying abroad: in Dutch and in English.

Do you have any questions about this partner university or about studying abroad? Contact the International Office of the Faculty of Humanities (details below).

You can also see stories of students who have been abroad on Instagram!

International Office Humanities

Our front desk is currently closed until further notice. This means that there are no walk-in hours and it is not possible to make an appointment.  

You can reach us in the following ways:

Please mention your student number in all correspondence!


We are unable to sign physical documents. If you need to have a document signed, please send it to us via email.

Mailing address

Drift 10, 3512 BS Utrecht
+31 (0)30 253 6046

  • Sanne Boomsma - Head International Office Humanities;
  • Pooi Ji Hang - Exchange Coordinator (South and East Europe, Asia, Central and South America);
  • Monique Hanrath - Exchange Coordinator (North and West Europe, Africa, Oceania and North America);
  • Nelline Bogerd - Support Officer;
  • Agaath Sluijters - Support Officer.
Walk-in office hours

Our front desk is currently closed.

Making an appointment

You can make an appointment via this online form or send an email to

Handing in and picking up documents

Send an email to