Our comprehensive A-Z should direct you to any information you need.
You can also navigate to various areas across the University via the links within the sections below:
Academic Support and Contacts
Academic Schools and Divisions
The University of Stirling is organised for learning, teaching and research into 7 Academic Schools. In addition Stirling Graduate School provides a virtual hub for Stirling’s postgraduate community.
Academic Policy and Practice
A web page with information on the University's policies and how they are put into practice.
All undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research regulations can be accessed here. You can also view degree programme tables and the definition of University Terms.
Adviser of Studies
Help for students to plan their programmes of study and to act as a point of contact if academic problems arise.
The Calendar contains details of the University’s governance and rules and regulations. This regulatory framework includes the Charter, Statutes, Ordinances and other rules and regulations.
Student Learning Services
Help with study skills, essay writing, referencing, time management, understanding and avoiding academic misconduct, workshops and tutorials, etc.
Information about plagiarism and the University policy about it.
What you can appeal about and how to make an appeal.
What you can complain about and how to make a complaint.
Audio recording policy
Making a recording in lectures, tutorials, etc.
Personal Support and Contacts
Every student has a personal tutor who is a specific and consistent source of guidance, information and support for students throughout their studies.
To obtain advice from a fellow student about your studies, personal matters.
Students' Union - student support
The Students’ Union provides information, support and guidance to student on a wide range of subjects.
Additional information for international students.
English Language Support
Provides help with English language speaking or writing.
Student Development and Support Services
Here to assist students with a wide range of issues (see entries below).
To declare a disability, get advice or help with adjustments to improve your learning experience.
Counselling and Wellbeing
If you are worried or anxious about something and need to speak to someone.
Student Money Advice
To speak to Student Money Advisers about money issues, debt advice and hardship funds.
Careers Development Centre
Help with job seeking skills, work experience, vacancy information, employer details, working/studying abroad, etc.
Technical Information and Support
Information Services - Library
Library services and opening hours.
Information Services - IT Services
Network accounts, e-mails, computing labs, etc.
Information on printing/photocopying at the University.
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