Come in, we're open! If you are interested in studying at the University of Stirling, our Open Days offer campus tours, presentations, talks and displays. Speak to University support staff, academics and students, who will be delighted to answer your questions. All prospective students, parents, teachers and careers advisers are welcome!
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Book a place at one of our Open Days
To register for the Open Day, please select the date you'd like to attend, and complete the registration form:
To find out more about Open Days at our Highland and Western Isles Campuses, please visit the Highland and Western Isles Open Days page.×
Further information about the format of the day and timings will be available soon.
A visit to an Open Day provides you with information about what it is like to study at Stirling and allows you to find out all you need to know about the application process. It includes:
You can also take a tour of the campus with our Student Ambassadors to see our facilities for yourself.
Please see: Highland and Western Isles Open Days.
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It’s great that you are considering the University of Stirling for your future studies. Here are five top tips for applying:
Dr Tim Whalley
Dean of Student Affairs
Stirling is one of Scotland’s newest cities, having been awarded city status in 2002. While easily navigated by foot—and with the likelihood of bumping into people you know—it also has all the amenities you would find in a bigger city, from a shopping centre to concert hall.
The University of Stirling is Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence, with fantastic facilities like the National Swimming Academy and Scottish Tennis Centre located within the University campus. The surrounding hills provide an excellent escape for walkers, runners and cyclists.
Once the capital of Scotland, the City of Stirling is an historic hub. Its castle is the second most visited attraction in Scotland, and with many other historic sites, including the Wallace Monument, there is a lot to learn and discover about Scotland’s history.
Stirling is perfectly situated in the Central Belt, with excellent rail and bus links, and within an hour of two international airports, Scotland's capital Edinburgh and largest city Glasgow. Stirling is also affectionately named the ‘gateway to the Highlands’.
Stirling and its surrounds, including neighbouring Bridge of Allan, offer a wide range of pubs and venues serving up lively atmospheres and music performances. Stirling also hosts many festivals, from Bloody Scotland - Scotland's International Crime Writing Festival - to its very own arts and cultural Stirling Fringe Festival.
I am delighted that you are considering coming to Stirling to study. Choosing a University is a big decision. By visiting on an Open Day, you can gain an invaluable insight into what we offer at Stirling. Meet student representatives, who will happily answer your questions about life as a Stirling student. And find out about Stirling Students’ Union’s fantastic clubs and societies – from politics to creative writing. I hope to see you soon!
Collections of pictures snapped throughout Open Day on our Stirling Campus on 19 September and 31 October.
If you have any further questions about Open Day, or want to chat to someone about studying at Stirling, you can get in touch with us using the details below.
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