American High School Diploma
The University of Stirling normally requires US applicants to hold a combination of the qualifications for entry. As a minimum, applicants must hold an accredited high school diploma with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale, minimum B average), one letter of reference, plus one of the following:
The University welcomes applications from students studying towards the full IB diploma. Normally, applicants are required to obtain an overall score of between 26 - 34 points, depending on the programme they are applying to. Certain HL subjects may be stipulated dependent on the programme being applied to.
The University welcomes applications from students holding a relevant Bachelor's degree with a GPA of 2.7 for entry to most Master level programmes.
If English is not your first language, you’ll need to demonstrate a minimum level of English language proficiency. The University of Stirling accepts a variety of tests, details of the minimum grades required can be found in the English Language Qualifications List.
Prospective postgraduate students should also check the specific grade required for their chosen programme by checking the postgraduate programme listings as appropriate.
There are a number of options available to you, ranging from a course for those who need only a little help, up to a long-term programme.
Scholarships and studentships can assist students in paying tuition fees and living costs during their study. The value of award differs from one scholarship to another and normally students must apply directly to the awarding body.
The University of Stirling offers a number of scholarships for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across a range of subject areas. In addition to this, a number of external organisations grant awards which may be of interest to Stirling students.
For details of the funding opportunities available to international undergraduate students please visit here.
For details of the funding opportunities available to international postgraduate students please visit here.
US Applicants may be interested in applying for the following funding opportunities:
For details of tuition fees for the 2017/18 academic year, please visit our Financial Advice Page.
Please check our International Travel Schedule for up to date information regarding this trip. For further information, please contact our International Office on: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Stirling's website is packed full of information to help you make an informed choice about study in Stirling.
You will find lots of information in each of the below weblinks to help you apply for study and to support you in preparing for your arrival on campus.
In addition to the University's website you may like to check out external organisations webpage which provide lots of information on study in the UK.
|Agent Name||Agent Code||E-mail Address||Web Address|
|Across the Pond||771ATPemail@example.com||http://www.studyacrossthepond.com/|
|CIS ( Centre for International Studies)||771CISfirstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.cisabroad.com/|
|International Studies Abroad (ISA)||www.studiesabroad.com/degrees|
Scotland Counselor Tour 2018
for High School Counselors
4-9 March 2018
University of Aberdeen
University of Glasgow
University of Stirling
The Universities of Aberdeen, Glasgow, and Stirling invite U.S. high school counselors to join us for the Scotland Counselor Tour 2018. This is a unique opportunity to visit 3 Scottish campuses and tour facilities, meet with staff and students, and find out more about the Scottish higher education system. The itinerary also includes a day of social activities to allow counselors to explore some of Scotland.
The program includes transportation between the universities, 5 nights’ accommodation (Sunday-Thursday), optional Friday night accommodation, some meals, and the day excursion. Unfortunately the universities are unable to assist with flight expenses but participants will be transported back to Glasgow at the conclusion of the tour.
Scotland Counselor Tour 2018 Itinerary:
Sunday, 4 March: Arrival in Glasgow
Monday, 5 March: University of Glasgow campus visit
Tuesday, 6 March: University of Stirling campus visit
Wednesday, 7 March: Experience Scotland day excursion
Thursday, 8 March: University of Aberdeen campus visit
Friday, 9 March: University of Aberdeen campus visit & bus transfer back to Glasgow, counselors depart or can opt for accommodation in Glasgow.
To register interest, please complete the Application Form (hyperlink to bit.ly/2vN7jTg) by October 15. Selected participants will then be notified in early November.
For questions, please contact us at ScotlandCounselorTour@gmail.com