We have a long history of welcoming Chinese students, and a proven track record of supporting them to achieve their academic and professional career goals.
Empowered by the University of Stirling experience, our Chinese graduates have become global citizens, successfully forging careers in a variety of fields around the world.
Visit our China microsite to learn about our courses, studying in Scotland, life at Stirling and more. You can also download our information brochure for Chinese students.
International students are at the heart of what we do at the University of Stirling. We're proud to educate students from over 120 nationalities on our beautiful campus.
We deliver high quality courses that produce intellectually-able graduates, who are highly sought after by employers throughout the world.
The University is home to an ever-growing list of student clubs and societies. Among them is our Chinese Students and Scholars Association, which hosts a regular schedule of events and offers plenty of opportunities to make friends for life. Whatever you're into—from athletics to anime, volleyball to videogames—it's easy to find a club that matches your passions.
If you're a prospective partner, find out more about our partnerships in your country.
There are a range of convenient flights from China to Scotland. Beginning on 12 June, there will be 4 direct flights per week between Beijing and Edinburgh, making it even easier for you to travel to Stirling.
Glasgow International Airport is about 1 hour away, and Edinburgh Airport is approximately 45 minutes from our University campus, travelling by car or taxi. From Stirling to Edinburgh Airport it's 60 minutes by bus, and to Glasgow Airport, 1 hour and 20–50 minutes by bus.
What our students said
MSc Psychology of Sport
Read Dongliang's storyStudying here at Stirling, and also this course, will definitely help me with my future career because I have acquired all the knowledge about how to be a sports psychologist.
MSc Media Management
It was an unforgettable experience in my life because it was my first time studying abroad.....It cultivated my personal ability to solve some difficult things.