The conference will take place in the Sir Charles Wilson Building of the University of Glasgow. Built in 1889 as the Hillhead Congregational Church, this building at the corner of University Avenue and Gibson Street was bought by the University of Glasgow in 2004 and converted into an educational and conference facility with a 300-seat lecture theatre and seminar rooms.
Information on the building's accessibilty can be found here.
With a wealth of cultural attractions, impressive architecture, fantastic shopping and a year-round programme of world-class events, Glasgow is firmly established as one of Europe’s most exciting destinations. As the UK’s fourth-largest city and one of the world’s top student destinations, Glasgow has lots to offer. For further information please visit: peoplemakeglasgow.com.
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Glasgow is very accessible by air, rail and road. Information on how to get to Glasgow can be found here.
It’s also easy to travel around Glasgow, whether you choose to walk, take the bus or use the subway, which connects the main Glasgow University campus in the West End to the city centre in under 10 minutes. Information can be found here.