This exhibition is a student-run project about raising awareness of the diversity that exists within the University of Stirling.
Studying in such an international environment teaches us tolerance and understanding of different cultures and this exhibition captures the similarities between students, regardless of their nationality.
Overall, there are about 120 nationalities represented at the University. This exhibition captures photographs and stories of 66 of them.
We invite you to experience a glimpse into each personal life.
Thanks to everyone who participated in this exhibition.
In recognition of the need to equip our students with academic and employability skills, the Professional Development and Practice module, delivered by Stirling Management School, helps students to articulate the skills they have already gained through-out their academic career as well as to develop their understanding of self through an articulation of their personal strengths, their goals and their preferences.
With an appreciation that students benefit from practicing their employability skills, students were asked to plan, develop and implement an ‘Event’ which met the criteria ‘Raising Awareness at the University of Stirling’.
Students of Stirling is the result of one group’s interpretation of the remit.
The success of this beautifully photographed, insightful exhibition is to the credit of Thea, Andrew, Jennifer, Ryan, Mhairi and Sophie. We are all very proud of their achievement.
Dr Carol Marshall, Module Coordinator