Studying at a beautiful campus in the heart of central Scotland

University of Stirling

Image of loch and Cottrell Building

The highly rated University of Stirling offers international students the chance to receive a quality Scottish education whilst studying at a beautiful campus in the heart of central Scotland.

Unlike many United Kingdom universities, Stirling is truly a campus university. It is located on the outskirts of the historic city of Stirling and next to the spa town of Bridge of Allan, both of which are in easy walking distance of the campus. The City of Stirling was the home of the kings and queens of Scotland and a great deal of the history of Scotland was forged in and around the Stirling area. Nowadays however, whilst it retains its historic apsects, it is a modern vibrant city with excellent shopping and leisure facilities.

The University is extremely proud of its prominent international student community and extends a warm welcome to students from all countries. If you are thinking of studying away from your home country, there are many questions you will wish to ask. These web pages should help to answer some of those questions. Please feel free to contact the International Office or the Study Abroad Office for further information.

Stirling has welcomed international students onto the campus for many years. Currently students from outside the United Kingdom represent about 13 percent of the student body, and in any single year there are generally around 80 nationalities represented on campus. The diversity of cultures and the range of backgrounds never fails to make a lasting impression on those who study here.

Why Stirling?

1. Beautiful Campus

"Traditionally one of Scotland's top universities, Stirling's campus is located in 310 acres of stunning countryside. Where else can you study on the shores of a loch, by an 18th century castle, beneath rolling hills?" (The Guardian, 2004).

Take the Campus Tour

2. Flexible Study

Stirling degree programmes have unrivalled flexibility and choice, including innovative February entry to degree programmes, evening degree programmes and cross-faculty study.

Flexible Study

3. Highly rated for Teaching and Research

The University performs exceptionally well in Teaching and Research assessments.

Teaching and Research Quality

4. Advanced Information Technology

Stirling has an integrated IT service, bringing together media, computing, networking and library facilities into integrated Information Services to support students.

Information Services

5. Excellent Career Opportunities

Stirling is consistently rated in the top third for graduates finding employment. Our alumni include: Iain Banks, novelist; Rt Hon Jack McConnell MSP, First Minister; Catriona Matthew, golfer; and Rt Hon Dr John Reid MP, Secretary of State for Health.

The University also offers exciting opportunities for entrepreneurial students wishing to start their own business. A dedicated team of professional business advisers from Stirling University Research & Enterprise (SURE) develop and support student businesses, offering advice and training in all aspects of starting up, coordinating resources and offering a dynamic alternative to traditional employment destinations upon graduation.

6. An International Institution

Stirling is proud of its diverse international community and extends a warm welcome to students from all countries and of all nationalities.With over 80 nationalities represented on-campus, 13 percent of our students are from overseas

International Students

7. Friendly Atmosphere

Many of our prospective students and parents comment on the friendly atmosphere when they visit the University. As a medium-sized, campus based University, with many students living on campus, Stirling has a strong community feel.

Student Viewpoints - Undergraduate

Student Viewpoints - Postgraduate

8. Great for Sport

The campus has some of the finest sports facilities on a single site in the country, including the National Swimming Academy and the Gannochy National Tennis Centre. The campus is also home to the Scottish Institute of Sport, Commonwealth Games Council for Scotland and Scottish Swimming.

Sports Facilities

9. Arts Centre

With a lively programme of drama, dance, comedy and music, the recently refurbished MacRobert Arts Centre is based at the heart of the campus. Facilities include a cinema, theatre and cafe bar.

MacRobert Arts Centre

10. Ideal Location

The historic City of Stirling is a short bus ride from the University campus, and both Glasgow and Edinburgh can be reached in less than one hour.

CONTACT

International Office

University of Stirling

Stirling

FK9 4LA

Scotland, United Kingdom

Tel: + 44 (0) 1786 467046

Fax:+ 44 (0) 1786 466800

Email:international@stir.ac.uk

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University of Stirling



CONTACT

International Office

University of Stirling

Stirling

FK9 4LA

Scotland, United Kingdom

Tel: + 44 (0) 1786 467046

Fax: + 44 (0) 1786 466800

Email: international@stir.ac.uk


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