Faculty of Arts and Humanities

The University of Stirling’s largest faculty has earned a reputation for delivering some of the most highly-rated Arts and Humanities courses in the country. With a focus on innovation, exploration and creativity, our courses equip you with the range of skills you’ll need to transition into the field you’re most passionate about. Whatever you study, you’ll be part of a vibrant environment defined by world-class teaching and research – a place where asking big questions, feeling inspired and forging independent ideas are all everyday occurrences. We think you’ll fit right in.

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Study with us

With high student satisfaction rates, internationally renowned researchers and a wealth of full and part-time courses, the Faculty of Arts and Humanities is the perfect place for anyone who loves to explore, innovate and create.

Arts and Humanities Divisions

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Communications, Media and Culture

Preparing you for a career in journalism, digital media, broadcasting and more.
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History, Heritage and Politics

Explore the forces that shape the past, present and future in our vibrant division of History, Heritage and Politics.

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Law and Philosophy

Our Law and Philosophy division is defined by stand-out teaching, research and student satisfaction rates.

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Literature and Languages

Broaden your horizons by unlocking new languages and exploring the power of literature.

Your future career

Our focus is on your future – 94.3% of our graduates were in employment or further study 15 months after graduation (Graduate Outcomes 2019/20, HESA).

Scholarships, fees and funding

Explore our wide range of scholarships at both undergraduate and postgraduate level – helping you succeed and achieve your future ambitions. 

Indian graduate named as top 75 Achiever

Indian graduate named as top 75 Achiever

A Media Management graduate has been recognised as one of the 75 top young Indian alumni of the United Kingdom.

Burns’ influence on working class English writers revealed after the discovery of ‘lost’ works

Burns’ influence on working class English writers revealed after the discovery of ‘lost’ works

The influence of Robert Burns saw poets in the north of England writing verse in Scots, say researchers who have uncovered a host of ‘lost’ literary works penned by industrial workers in the 19th Century.

Art tour at Pathfoot

Art tour at Pathfoot

Pathfoot Building

Join the Art Collection team for a short tour around the galleries in the Pathfoot Building.

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