By attending our new Postgraduate Open Day, you'll be able to explore our stunning campus, learn more about our diverse range of Masters courses and spend invaluable time with our staff and students to get a taste of what life at Stirling is really like.
The 21st-Century Book Historian is a series of three events which aims to provide PhD students with hands-on training in the History of Printing, Publishing and Authorship. The first of these events, Printing, will be held at the University of Stirling.
Staff and students of the University of Stirling are invited to our annual Burns' Supper and Ceilidh. Join us for an exciting night of festivities as the University celebrates the life and work of Robert Burns - Scotland's national poet - with an evening of traditional food and drink, poetry and Scottish dancing.
A multi-media exhibition of art, photography, video and audio installations, This powerful and hard hitting exhibition is the result of an initiative undertaken by the Encompass Network involving women working inside the sex industry and it provides a rare insight into their hidden world. The exhibition is organised in collaboration with the Art Collection and the Centre for Gender Studies. This project includes outreach work with women at Cornton Vale which will be exhibited in the Pathfoot Building from April onwards.
This exhibition takes its name from the long, sandy road linking Bechuanaland (now Botswana) to Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia), crossing South West Africa (now Namibia) and Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) along the way. It was the road along which refugees travelled to escape from the South African oppression in the 1960s, often helped on their desperate journey by humanitarian organisations or mysterious foreign drivers.