Start your degree in January

The University is one of only a very small number of institutions, that gives you the chance to start your degree in January.

If you start in January, it's possible to graduate within three and a half years. Ways of doing this are:

  • Taking additional half modules during a semester

  • Having previous qualifications that count as credit towards your degree

     

Please Note: Any places for January entry will be confirmed soon, please check back for further information.

Because of the modular nature of our degrees, you'll be joining and starting modules at the same time as all our other students. Entry requirements are mainly the same as for September entry. Applications for February entry are made direct to the UK Undergraduate Admissions Office and not through UCAS.

 

List of subjects - January entry

Applications

 

Applications for January Entry at Stirling should be made directly to the University and not through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Further details and an application form can be requested from the UK Undergraduate Admissions Office.


Sample programme

Sample Programme: BA (Hons) English Studies with January Entry
  Subject 1Subject 2Subject 3
Semester 1
Semester 2 English Studies (level 8) History (level 8) Sociology (level 7) Learning Strategies (half module level 7)
Semester 3 English Studies (level 8) English Studies (level 8) History (level 8)
Semester 4 English Studies (level 9) English Studies option (level 10) History (level 8) Career Planning (half module level 9)
Semester 5 English Studies (level 10) English Studies option (level 10) English Studies option (level 10)
Semester 6 English Studies (level 10) English Studies option (level 10) English Studies option (level 10)
Semester 7 English Studies (level 10) English Studies option (level 10)
Semester 8     Dissertation (level 10)

 

Please note:

  • Not all subjects are guaranteed to be available each year, due to number restrictions
  • Because the timetabling for January starts is slightly complex, not all of our combined programmes are available
  • Your ability to change programmes may also be affected

To discuss all this, please contact our UK Undergraduate Admissions Office — they'll explain and advise you on your options.

 

Contact us

Undergraduate Admissions Office Student Recruitment & Admissions

University of Stirling, Stirling,
FK9 4LA Scotland UK

+ 44 (0) 1786 467044
+ 44 (0) 1786 466800

admissions@stir.ac.uk

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