Watch this quick introduction to the university and then use the tabs at the top to find out more about what we can do for you.
Find out about studying and living on campus at Stirling as well as opportunities to study abroad.
Broaden your horizons - Study Abroad for a semester or a year in a variety of countries around the world.
From applying for accommodation to moving in - this film gives you the lowdown on living in Stirling
Castles, a loch and ancient battles - the varied history of Stirling and the University campus.
A history of the Wallace Monument - commemorating one of Scotland's most famous warriors and depicted in the 1995 film Braveheart.
The varied history of the castle and estate on which our picturesque campus is built.
A variety of clubs, outstanding sports facilities, a great students' union and brilliant nightlife - its all here at Stirling
Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence encourages people of all abilities to participate, at competition level or to get fit and meet new friends.
From manga to the chocolate appreciation society, there's a wide range of clubs and societies on campus for you to take part in.
Shops, bars, clubs, cafes, bowling, cinema - everything you need is near at hand in the city of Stirling.
The Students' Union provides support, representation and fantastic entertainment to students on campus.
Welcome to the University of Stirling
Subjects taught in the Pathfoot building include Aquaculture, Education, English Studies, Film Media & Journalism Studies, Languages, Cultures & Religions, History, Philosophy, Politics
Our four Halls of Residence are a short walk from all facilities.
The University guarantees accommodation to all students in their first year.
All halls have network sockets installed which enable residents to access the University's computing resources.
Subjects taught in the Cottrell Building include Biological and Environmental Sciences, Computing Science, Economics, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Nursing and Sports Studies.
At the centre of the campus with access to the library, Students' Union, shops, macrobert (cinema and theatre) and catering outlets
Opportunity to share with other students from around the world.
Most rooms are let as singles, but some family rooms are available.
Scotland's University for sporting excellence and one of the designated London 2012 Olympic Training camps.
Committed to providing opportunities to take part in physical activity and improve sporting performance.
The campus has some of the finest sports facilities on a single site in the country.
A picturesque, historic, Victorian spa town located north of the city of Stirling and only one mile from the University campus.
With beautiful surroundings and bustling shops and restaurants, it is a popular place to visit.
Many postgraduate students live in flats here.
One of the most attractive places to live in the UK.
The ancient capital of Scotland and the site to the monument to William Wallace, the Scottish figure immortalised by Mel Gibson the film Braveheart
Students form 20% of the city's population.
Consists of a 9-hole par 3 course, and a practice centre with a specialist short game area, mid-game driving range and an indoor video analysis teaching room.
This magnificent 18th century castle has teaching rooms and is home to the School of Law.
The medical centre offers medical and dental care and is available to students living on campus, in Bridge of Allan and parts of Stirling.
The innovation park is home to over 40 companies prospering in a technology-based business.
Stirling Management Centre is a conference venue with a wide range of facilities.
There are 33 detached timber chalets on campus that each provide accommodation for up to five students.
sportscotland Institute of Sport is the national sports development body in Scotland and provides high-performance expertise.