University of Strathclyde Student Hub




The University of Strathclyde Student Hub connects the Asia Scotland Institute to the extremely vibrant student body of the university. Our active community of Ambassadors ensures a grass-root approach in encouraging the next generation to engage with Asia. 

“I have attended multiple events by the Asia Scotland Institute who have brought in speakers from a wide range of industries. As a Finnish citizen, I found the events particularly informative as I have not interacted on a conversational level with professionals from Asia,. Listening to various speakers such as Kiyohiko Nishimura, Ex Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan, helped me understand the opportunities and impact of the various Asian economies”

-Dante Jarhos, 3rd year Economics Student


We were delighted delighted to welcome Dame Vivian Hunt to Scotland on the 11th of October. She presented ‘Challenges for Tomorrow’s Leaders in the Century of Asia – A Global Perspective’ at the Strathclyde Business School in front of a room full of students, members, and partners.

You are able to download Dame Vivian’s digital presentation by clicking on the link below:

Dame Vivian Hunt – Asia Scotland Institute



Become an Ambassador

FIRESDIECHATWe are currently expanding our Student Hub initiative. By participating as an Ambassador, you’ll effectively be a member of a student-run organisation which has a lot to offer to its members from the beginning. Being an Ambassador at the Asia Scotland Institute will provide you with a hands-on learning opportunity.

We are introducing Fire Side Chats, in which students are able to speak privately with our guest speakers prior to our events. This is a great opportunity to meet global leaders, ranging from CEO’s of global companies, from heads of state to renowned economists and successful authors.

Sign up for upcoming talks with Global Leaders in Business & Politics using the discount code STRATH1920

Student Blogs

LearnBlog about our student ambassadors experience with the Asia Scotland Institute.