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Clearing courses for Hong Kong students

Clearing 2020 officially opens on 6 July. Register your interest now and we’ll keep you up-to-date with useful information and tips to secure your university place.

The University of Stirling is based in the heart of Scotland, UK. We have a strong reputation for high-quality teaching, research with impact and skilled, employment-ready graduates. Every year, we help talented students just like you study in the UK and find a place on one of our world-class undergraduate courses through Clearing.

Choose the University of Stirling

What is Clearing?

Clearing allows International students to make late applications to university based on your HKDSE results.

£8,000 in scholarships

Our International Scholarship offers eligible students £2,000 per year (£8,000 over four years) towards the payment of annual fees.

Guaranteed accommodation

Apply by 31 August and you'll be guaranteed an offer of University-managed accommodation in your first year of study.

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Who we are

We’re an international university based in the heart of Scotland, UK. With over 120 nationalities on campus, we offer a diverse and multi-cultural student experience. Join Stirling and you’ll discover a thriving student community on a stunning 330-acre campus.

Why Stirling for international study?

How do I apply?

If you're from Hong Kong, we can accept undergraduate Clearing applications online via UCAS. Members of our team can also help you apply.

Hear what our students have to say about life at Stirling

Alexandria Tsui
The practical side of the course, which involved planning and organising my own sports event, has provided me with first-hand experience of managing people, and engaging with sponsors and other organisations which will help me in my future career.
Alexandria Tsui
MSc Sport Management
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Study in the heart of Scotland

Stirling is home to some of Scotland’s most famous historical sites and tourist attractions. The city is also a short train ride away from both Glasgow and Edinburgh, and is known as the gateway to the Scottish Highlands – making it the perfect starting point for all kinds of amazing experiences.

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