All applications are considered in line with the University of Stirling Admissions Policy and therefore with the Equality Act (2010).
The University of Stirling routinely gathers and stores Personal Data relating to prospective students, applicants and students at the points of application, admission, enrolment and on an ongoing basis throughout the period of your studies at the University, in line with the nature and requirements of its work.
Personal Data is gathered and stored in line with the University's obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
When you submit an application to the University, the University will use the information about you that you provide on your application form to process your application and communicate with you through the admissions process. Your Personal Data will also be used by the University for management activities such as strategic planning,
statistical analysis and equal opportunities monitoring. The University may also require to share your Personal Data with selected third parties in line with external and statutory requirements. Where this is the case, data will be shared in line with the parameters of the GDPR and the provisions made within the University policy on data protection.
For detailed information about how we will process your personal information please see the University’s Privacy Notices
If you go on to enrol as a student with the University, the University will continue to use your Personal Data throughout the period of your studies. The University may also require to share your Personal Data with selected third parties in line with external and statutory requirements. Where this is the case, data will be shared in line with the parameters of the GDPR and the provisions made within the University .
University courses, services and procedures are continuously reviewed, revised and enhanced and this may result in some changes between the time of application and the date a student commences study with the University. Where any changes may impact upon an applicant, the University will keep the applicant fully informed.