"We have revoked the honorary degree awarded to Oscar Pistorius following his conviction for culpable homicide," said a spokesman from the university.
Pistorius had reportedly travelled to Glasgow to receive the award, according to France24 News.
The blade runner had defended his actions saying he shot four times at a locked toilet door in the early hours of Valentine's Day in 2013 believing there was an intruder in his house.
Prosecutors, however, argued that his actions were deliberate, which the trial judge did not accept saving him from a murder conviction.
Pistorius might be handed a lengthier sentence once his case goes before South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal after a South African judge granted permission for the state to appeal against the culpable homicide verdict.
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel had argued the sentence was, "shockingly inappropriate and does not fit the crime and the accused."
Nel is hoping to get the Paralympian convicted for murder.