University of Glasgow was founded in 1451 and is the fourth oldest university in UK. Through these years, it has evolved from being an institution for privileged kids to becoming an institution for students from all classes of the society. Glasgow prepares students in the field of the law, medicine, civil service, science, engineering teaching, and the church. The university is associated with 7 Nobel laureates. It has students like Engineer James Watt, who gave power to the industrial revolution as its alumni. The University's teaching quality is one of the finest in the country. They generate an annual income of £450,000,000 which is also amongst the top 10 in the UK. Something to be fascinated about is that in June 1933, Albert Einstein gave the first Gibson Lecture, on his General Theory of Relativity at the University of Glasgow.
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