You will only need permission (known as ‘entry clearance’ or ‘a visa’) to come to the UK for a business visit of up to six months if you are a visa national.
Currently, 108 countries require a visa to enter the UK. You can apply for a visa within three months of the intended date of travel at visa sections at UK embassies, high commissions and consulates, and through visa application centers around the world. The visa is valid for six months.
If you are a non-visa national, permission to come for up to six months is not needed.
For more info on visas click here.
To request a letter of invitation on ECS letterhead, click here.
For basic travel information about Glasgow and Scotland, click here.
It’s never too early to start thinking about where you are going to eat. With an amazing dining scene that will satisfy all tastes and budgets, Glasgow is sure to provide you with some memorable meals.
Whether you want to explore the city under the guide of an expert or are bringing friends and family who will be looking for things to do, make sure to check out the variety of tour options available.
Extending your stay? Take some time to get outside of the city and explore what Scotland has to offer.
Finally, to help welcome you to the city, there are a variety of discounts on local services (transportation, tours, food and drink, and retail) that are available to ECEE attendees.