The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health has three campus bases. Stirling Campus is based on the University's campus in the beautiful Airthrey estate, Stirling. Highland Campus is housed in the Centre for Health Science, Inverness. Western Isles Campus is housed in the Western Isles Hospital, Stornoway.
The University's Stirling Campus is recognised as being in the top five most attractive campuses in the UK.
On Stirling Campus, nursing students can choose to study Adult Branch or Mental Health fields. The campus has dedicated teaching and skills lab facilities and students take their clinical placements around the NHS Forth Valley area.
In addition to teaching, a wide variety of support, career, student and recreational facilities are found on the campus.
Situated adjacent to Raigmore Hospital, our Highland Campus is a main tenant of the Centre for Health Science. This provides us with high quality facilities including access to a modern clinical skills centre. The new building features up-to-date technology.
Our Highland Campus also features:
The Campus consists of purpose-built teaching accommodation within the Western Isles Hospital. Teaching accommodation is enhanced by the provision of library services and a range of information and communication technologies.