Why choose us?
The University of Stirling is an international university based in Scotland the UK with a word-class reputation. We’ve been awarded 5 Stars in the QS Stars University Ratings 2021 for our teaching, employability, research, internationalisation, facilities and inclusiveness. We’re passionate about the fantastic International Summer School experience we can offer you.
Scotland is renowned for being friendly and welcoming, and you’ll soon feel at home at Stirling. We welcome thousands of international students every year, with more than 140 nationalities represented on campus.
A stunning campus location
Our beautiful 330-acre campus offers you the perfect location. Situated beneath the Ochil Hills, the University of Stirling campus is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world. With our own lake (loch), 18th century castle, and views of the Wallace Monument, our campus offers you a tranquil and welcoming environment.
Study in the most beautiful country in the world (Rough Guide 2017)
Scotland is, quite simply, beautiful. Mountains, lochs, beaches, islands and castles offer wonderful opportunities for cycling, climbing, walking, skiing, swimming or simply having the space to sit and think. Our towns and cities all have their own character, and Stirling’s central location means you’re never far from a new adventure.
A vibrant and young city
The city of Stirling offers students a unique blend of Scottish history and contemporary culture. Almost 100,000 people from all over the world call Stirling home – and the city’s friendly atmosphere and rich variety of shops, bars, restaurants and things to do make it a fantastic place to spend your summer.
Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence
Sports membership is included in the cost of our International Summer School programme. You’ll be able to enjoy our world-class , including a gym, Olympic swimming pool, tennis courts and more. We’re Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence and our campus is a training ground for some of the UK’s most promising Olympic athletes.