The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is located in the Pathfoot Building.
Pathfoot is the first building you see, on your left on the hill, as you enter the University of Stirling Campus
by the main entrance. Constructed in 1967, it was the first to be completed on the new campus and is now a listed building.
Alongside the offices and lecture theatres, Pathfoot is also a public art space, displaying the University's permanent art collection alongside a series of temporary exhibitions in its main concourse and corridors, the large Crush Hall and some of its seventeen courtyards
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities has a vibrant postgraduate research community working across its four Divisions. Research students are provided with access to research rooms, with a mix of dedicated and hot-desking space. Computing facilities are provided in each room, along with storage space for each student.
The School also has dedicated teaching rooms available for taught postgraduate programmes, and a computing laboratory for Publishing students.
The School is supported by first class administrative support that comprises of a dedicated team of staff within the Graduate Studies Office who are available to provide support to students.
Please see our Guidelines for the Use of Research Rooms and Application Form for further details.