Stirling joins forces with top Singapore education institute

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The University of Stirling is partnering with a leading education provider to deliver Stirling courses in Singapore. 

The agreement between the University and Amity Global Institute will allow students in Singapore to enrol on undergraduate and postgraduate-level degree courses.

From September, students will be able to sign up for: BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance; Master of Business Administration; and BSc Management. And from February 2019, students can enrol on: MSc Banking and Finance; and MSc Data Science for Business.


University Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Gerry McCormac, welcomed Dr Aseem Chauhan, Chancellor of Amity Education Group, to Stirling’s campus on 1 May, to meet key staff and explore future areas for collaboration in teaching and research.

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L-R: Stirling's Professor Malcolm MacLeod, Professor Dave Mackay, Professor Leigh Sparks, Eileen Schofield, Professor Gerry McCormac; and Amity's Dr Aseem Chauhan, Dr Easwaramoorthy Rangaswamy, Dr Lim Keai, Sagar Bahadur.

Amity Education Group has more than 150,000 students in 300 programmes at 150 institutions. It has 35 campuses in India, as well as in London, Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Netherlands, Mauritius, South Africa and China. More than 6000 staff and faculty work in the Amity Group and are credited with having completed 300 funded research projects and having filed over 900 patents.