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The Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport manages a comprehensive collection of sports facilities, which are spread across our scenic campus, including a golf course, floodlit grass and artificial pitches and ten indoor and outdoor tennis courts.
Cutting edge research and analytical laboratories provide the perfect base to develop innovative health and exercise science solutions for society while new performance assessment laboratories help athletes gain the edge on their competitors.
Built in the shadow of the Ochil Hills, the Stirling campus is situated on a magnificent 330-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.
Studying for a degree means learning in different ways; managing your own time; conducting research; mastering new computer skills. We have the facilities and advice on hand to help you do all this — and do it well.
Departments have subject librarians, who can advise you on specialist collections and information sources. Tailored workshops and seminars are provided for most taught postgraduates; for research postgraduates, individual consultations may be more appropriate.