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The University of Stirling is located in central Scotland, with over 120 different nationalities represented amongst its 14,000 students. Stirling was founded in 1967 and its campus is set in an 18th century castle estate on the shores of a loch, surrounded by beautiful hills.The University of Stirling continues to have several unique factors outside of its location. It is a pioneer of a two-semester structure and modular degrees, allowing great flexibility in start times and changes in study. Degrees are also made up of credits earned from modules, which means that students can effectively change their subject as/or if their interests change.More than 95% of all undergraduates were in employment or further study fifteen months after graduation (Graduate Outcomes Survey 2020, HESA) and it was Stirling students who named the University first in Scotland for having good teachers, quality lecturers and performance feedback (International Student Barometer 2016).Work placement opportunities are also encouraged. These include ‘Making the most of your Masters’ and a university initiative with Edinburgh and Aberdeen aimed at building links between universities and employers. A number of Scholarships are also available for international and EU students and details can be found here, while Student Money Advisers can help you with your budget and assist in applying for financial support.


  • 38th in the Times University Guide 2021
  • 28th in the Guardian University Guide 2021

The QS World University Rankings awarded the University of Stirling 5 stars in the areas of teaching, employability, internationalisation, facilities and inclusiveness, whilst the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey saw Stirling excel in the following areas:

  • Type: Public
  • Established: 1967
  • Endowment: £3.2m (2016)[1]
  • Chancellor: Jack McConnell
  • Principal: Gerry McCormac[2]
  • Location: Stirling, Scotland, UK
  • 56°08′45″N 3°55′10″WCoordinates: 56°08′45″N 3°55′10″W
  • Campus: 360 acres (1.5 km2)

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