Of the many reasons students come to Stirling, such as academic reputation and research standards, one factor is always cited: the outstanding beauty of the University's Stirling campus.
The campus-based University of Stirling was founded by Royal Charter in 1967 on the historic Airthrey Estate, close to Bridge of Allan and two miles from the Royal Burgh of Stirling. The University's location and history make Stirling that bit different from other UK universities. Since 1967 we have grown considerably and we now also have Highland and Western Isles Campuses.
This is our central campus which hosts the majority of our courses. You can enjoy undergraduate and postgraduate studies in beautiful surroundings.
University of Stirling's Highland Campus offers a wide variety of medicine and teaching courses. The Highland Campus hosts a world-class centre for health science, and is situated in the grounds of Raigmore Hospital.
Our Western Isles Campus is situated close to Stornoway, the largest town in the Western Isles which is a collection of islands including Lewis, Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist and Barra.