Built in the shadow of the Ochil Hills, the Stirling campus is situated on a magnificent 310-acre estate, centred around a large loch and 18th-century Airthrey Castle.
The views around campus are breathtaking, particularly as the surrounding woodland changes colour dramatically with the seasons. The campus also attracts a variety of wildlife - ducks, rabbits and squirrels abound - which adds to the relaxed atmosphere.
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All facilities are a short walk from each other. In particular, a central social area links the library, eating facilities, shops, Students' Union and arts centre (the MacRobert). Click on the sub-links on the left of this page for further details of:
Facilities close to campus include: