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Mexico

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

Empowered by the University of Stirling experience, our Mexican graduates 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 rated 1st in Scotland for welcoming international students and are 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

    You can fly to either Edinburgh or Glasgow airports from a wide range of international and domestic airports.

    If you're an international student flying to Edinburgh or Glasgow airport, then you may want to take advantage of the University's Airport Pickup Service.

    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.

Lislie Solis-Montero, 2014 with a PhD in Ecology

Lislie Solis-Montero from Mexico graduated in 2014 with a PhD in Ecology. Before starting at the University of Stirling, Lislie obtained a Horizon Fellowship which gave her the opportunity to study a PhD abroad. She is now working as a scientific researcher in Mexico.

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Margarita (Maria) Posada Falomir, MSc Sport Nutrition

Margarita (Maria) Posada Falomir from Mexico completed an MSc Sport Nutrition in 2017. Having worked in Clinical Nutrition for many years, Maria had the opportunity to start working with a professional football team. She wanted to expand her knowledge in sports nutrition to help these professional athletes. This led her to taking a degree with the University of Stirling. Since graduating Maria has started a new sports nutrition programme for injured players at her football club, which includes insights learnt on her Masters degree.

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