We also have a travel agent on campus to help you plan your travel. As Stirling is at the heart of Scotland, it makes it an obvious starting place to explore the country.
Students who study on an Undergraduate course on average spend around £5,000-£6,000 per year; this can of course vary depending on your lifestyle. This includes accommodation, food, travel and entertainment.
Students on a postgraduate course on average spend more per year, due to the length of Master's courses (11 months). We estimate that the living costs for a postgraduate student would be approximately £7,000 - £8,000. This again will vary depending on the student's lifestyle.
For full information on both Undergraduate and Postgraduate accommodation prices, please visit the Accommodation dedicated webpage.
|University Accommodation||Please see Accommodation page using the link above|
|Food||£150 - £170 per month|
|Wine||£5 - £6 per bottle|
|Beer||£1.60 per 500ml can|
|Haircut||£9 - £20|
|T-shirts, underwear||£5 - £10|
|Shirts and tops, light sweaters, light shoes||£15 - £25|
|Jeans and casual trousers, heavier sweaters and shoes||£35 and under|
|Small electrical appliances (eg hairdryer/toaster)||£15 - £20|
|Textbooks||£10 - £50 (although these can be bought second hand very cheaply)|
|Newspaper||20p - £2.00|
|Magazines||50p - £3.00|
|CDs||£5 - £18|
|Restaurant Meal||£10 - £15 per head (excluding drinks)|
|Cinema Ticket||£4 - £9|
|Bus journey to London||£30 return|
|Train journey to London||from £55 return|
|Flight to London (from Edinburgh or Glasgow)||From £60 return (depends on time of year)|
This is only a guideline to costs at the University of Stirling. The amount that can be spent varies from student to student depending on their lifestyle.