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Hong Kong

We have a long history of welcoming students from Hong Kong, and a proven track record of supporting them to achieve their academic and professional career goals.

Empowered by the University of Stirling experience, our Hong Kong students have become global citizens, successfully forging careers in a variety of fields around the world.

  • Welcome

    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.

  • Partners

    If you're a prospective partner, find out more about our partnerships in your country.

  • Getting here

    From Hong Kong you can fly to Edinburgh Airport (EIA) via Emirates to Dubai International (DXB), or with KLM Airlines via Amsterdam Airport (AMS).

    You can also fly to Edinburgh Airport via Frankfurt Airport (FRA) with Lufthansa airlines, or via Amsterdam Airport (AMS) with KLM. British Airways flies from Hong Kong to Edinburgh, with a stopover at London Heathrow Airport (LHR).

    Glasgow International Airport is about 1 hour away, and Edinburgh Airport approximately 45 minutes from our University campus, travelling by car or taxi. By bus it's 60 minutes from Edinburgh Airport to Stirling, and 1 hour and 20-50 minutes to Glasgow Airport.

Karen Lai

Karen Lai, BSc (Hons) Environmental Science

I have met a lot of great people here, from across the world and of all ages. It has also helped me a lot with my course too, as well as my perception of different environmental issues and how we can do better as a community.

Christopher To, PhD in Mediation

Christopher completed a PhD in Mediation in 2016. He currently works as a Barrister and International Disputes Resolution Specialist for Gilt Chambers in Hong Kong. In this role he acts as an arbitrator, mediator and adjudicator, and represents disputants in international commerical disputes. 

He praises the University of Stirling experience for the adoption of innovative techniques, as well as thinking outside the box.

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