The University of Stirling is in the top 30 of the UK's best universities (Guardian University Guide 2020) and ranks in the top 20 for student satisfaction (National Student Survey).
At the University of Stirling, being the difference is in the DNA – providing education with a purpose and carrying out research that helps to shape society. The aim is to unlock the full potential of the students and provide the knowledge and skills they need to redefine their careers. The world-leading research informs the teaching and will open the doors for you to connect with leading academics and industry experts.
Choose from more than 200 undergraduate degrees and from over 90 postgraduate courses at an institution that is founded on innovation and excellence. Major areas of vocational and academic study on offer include Accounting, Finance, Banking and Economics, Aquaculture, Business and Management, Computing and Data Science, Education, Environmental Sciences, Health Sciences, History and Philosophy, Law, Politics and Policy, Literature and Languages, Media, Communications and Culture, Psychology, Social Sciences, and Sport.
Just because you’re choosing to study doesn’t mean you’ve got to fall into the cash-strapped student stereotype. There are plenty of ways to manage your money and stretch your finances to make sure you live comfortably while studying with us.
However, it's important to put together a budget for living costs at university so that you can see the potential costs of living away from home. The cost of living can vary greatly depending on your lifestyle and spending habits.
Stirling has been named the UK's most affordable city five years in a row by Lloyds Bank (Lloyds Bank’s Affordable Cities Review 2019). The cost of living in Stirling is more than 40 percent lower than in London.
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