Financial information for English, Welsh and Northern Irish students
It may be the case that the programme you are interested in studying offers a scholarship to help with tuition and living costs. The information below details the scholarships available to undergraduate students at Stirling for entry in the 2013-14 academic year.
Our new Merit Bursaries are awarded on the basis of academic achievement in the form of an annual grant, which does not have to be repaid. This bursary will be awarded to undergraduate students who achieve three A-levels at grades ABB up to AAA (or equivalent) in one sitting. These cash bursaries range from between £1,000 and £2,000 per year for the four years of your undergraduate degree course. In addition, you can apply for a range of funding provided by UK and international government bodies, the European Commission, funding trusts, industry and employers.
Only students who pay RUK fees are eligible.
Your eligibility will be verified at enrolment and you will be contacted with further details in September, through your University email address.
The University of Stirling provides the ideal environment for talented athletes to develop and flourish in their chosen sport, providing expert support and a comprehensive collection of world-class facilities set on our scenic campus.
Our International Sports Scholarship Programme is one of the largest high performance sports programmes in the UK and has supported more than 700 student athletes since its inception in 1981, sending athletes to Olympic, World and Commonwealth Games.More information and how to apply
The University of Stirling has joined with Falkirk FC to offer football scholarships. This unique initiative sees talented young footballers combine their sport with a university degree.
Scholarship players will benefit from up to £4,000 a year throughout their degree, which will cover the cost of essential requirements including accommodation and equipment. Players receive professional coaching and compete in the East of Scotland Premier Division.
To be considered for a scholarship award, applicants must meet the normal entry requirements to study at the University of Stirling and hold, or be in the process of applying for, a place on a degree programme. They will have to demonstrate footballing ability and a commitment to improve, and have the appropriate work ethic. Sports scholarship application forms are available from the School of Sport.Football scholarships
Talented athletes may be eligible to apply for a Winning Students sports scholarship. The national student sports scholarship programme provides funding support of up to £5,500 per annum. Current and prospective students should submit the nomination form before March 31 each year to be considered for support in the following academic year. The scholarships only support students competing in certain sports – please visit the Winning Students website for full information.Winning Students sports scholarships
As part of the University’s internationalisation strategy to build long term links overseas, Santander Universities are kindly supporting a number of mobility grants to allow students to travel overseas to further their study/research.
1award of £2,500
10 awards of £1,000
These mobility scholarships are to be awarded to students to study/research overseas. They may be used to support activity in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico or Uruguay, China, Germany, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, USA, Venezuela in this instance.
Please note that all applications must receive final sign off by the Head of School or Head of Division at the University of Stirling.
To apply candidates must fill out the application form.