During my exchange semester, I lived in the university’s campus, Caledonian Court. I had my own bedroom in a flat I shared with five other people. Living with other students is a great way of meeting people and making friends, but it is not the highest standard of living and at times it could be noisy. You apply for the accommodation in your application for the exchange semester. They have Wi-Fi so doing homework, watching Netflix and Skyping is no problem. The accommodation is right behind the university so walking to school takes just five minutes and it is also really close to the city centre. The pricing in Glasgow is similar to Sweden’s. I would recommend trying some of Glasgow’s many restaurants though because they have an amazing variety of food from all over the world. No matter who you are and what interests you have I am sure you will find something in Glasgow that suits you. The city is full of museums, pubs, clubs, sports, music etc. The school has a gym, a student association bar and several societies you can join like the football society, drawing society, hiking society, Disney society etc.