The Big Fish Series are one hour, online seminars brought to you by the Institute of Aquaculture. The purpose of this series is to highlight Seafood’s Roles in Sustainable Food Systems.
If you want a career in natural sciences we'll inspire you to be the difference. Our courses are highly-rated for their flexibility, practical training, and student satisfaction. Many are accredited by leading industry bodies.
We pride ourselves not just for our world-class teaching but also for our passion and curiosity about science. Study with us and you'll join a vibrant natural science community with a reputation for exploring new big ideas about technology, the environment, computing and the mind.
Welcome to the Faculty of Natural Sciences
Top 5 in the UK
for Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences
Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014
Top 5 in Scotland
Geography and Environmental Studies
The Guardian University Guide 2021
3rd in Scotland and Top 20 in UK
3rd in Scotland and 18th in the UK for Psychology
Top 5 in Scotland for
National Student Survey 2017
What our students said
BSc (Hons) Psychology
Read Papoula's storyStudying at Stirling has been a defining time in my life. I now know what direction I want to take my career, I have made great friendships and built a strong connection to Scotland.
BSc (Hons) Computing Science
Read Andrew's storyI will always have fond memories of Stirling as a place with beautiful surroundings, where I completed a degree in something I loved, met lots of new people, and worked with a great team of teaching and support staff.
We provide a number of biological, environmental and scientific consultancy services and specialised business services.
We also provide a psychology children's playgroup and statistics service.
New research from the University of Stirling into the effectiveness of international conservation projects could help to save endangered species from extinction.
Research by experts at the University of Stirling has revealed the impact that the increased wearing of face masks may be having on people’s ability to recognise each other.