As an undergraduate student in the Stirling Management School you'll receive a first class education and an unforgettable student experience.
We pride ourselves on being a student-focused institution. We have School Officers representing our students and ensuring that the student voice is heard. School Officers also work closely with module reps in raising any educational concerns, and acting on behalf of the students to ensure that the University is continuously striving towards enhancing all aspects of education and engagement between staff and students.
Our courses are designed to give you the knowledge to meet the rigorous demands of industry. The excellent support and opportunities available through the Careers and Employability Service means that when you graduate you are highly employable and have the skills necessary to progress your career.
All undergraduate students starting with us for the spring semester are invited to attend the Stirling Management School welcome on Thursday, 16 January 2020 at 1pm in Lecture Theatre W1.
More than 97% of the University of Stirling's undergraduate leavers are in employment or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016/17)
Stirling Essentials provides a summary of the key information you need to be a successful student and it links into more in-depth help and advice, as and when you need it. Before you arrive, please do take some time to familiarise yourself with this module and work through its sections. This module will remain available to you throughout your studies, through a link on each Canvas module. (Log on with your University username and password, if requested.)
We're delighted to welcome new students into the Stirling Management School community. Whether you're a first year student, a direct entry student, an INTO student or a visiting international student, you are invited to attend the Stirling Management School’s induction activities. If you are studying a joint degree then please attend induction events for both subject areas to ensure that you are fully briefed of what lies ahead.
Look out for the SMS Induction Platform, which will guide you through your initial studies and challenge you as a SMS student.