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Stirling Graduate School

The Stirling Graduate School supports our growing and thriving postgraduate research community with resources and networking opportunities.

We’ll connect you with a global community of scholars, industry experts, leading academics and employers from a diverse range of interdisciplinary research areas.

The Postgraduate Research Zone

You’ll have access to a central hub for skills training and community activities. Housed within the library, our Postgraduate Research Zone places a 60-seat lecture theatre, presentation and videoconferencing facilities, two boardrooms, and an informal meeting area at your disposal.

Unrivalled support for study and research

We offer you 24/7 access to a range of valuable resources that will assist you in your studies and research. You’ll be able to:

  • consult our research frameworks and reviews
  • sign up for digital workshops
  • get advice on how to carry out your research and skills development projects

Spark: our international postgraduate journal

Spark is our interdisciplinary, high-quality journal of postgraduate research.

We review and publish research from across all academic disciplines; encouraging the integration of disciplines, theoretical practices and data gathering. We’re particularly interested in international perspectives on global themes and issues.

View the Spark website.

Mentoring

Our Postgraduate Research Mentoring Programme is a scheme designed to help new research students settle in and enhance their development, progress and sense of belonging.

International

We’ve established a PhD exchange programme with Lingnan University, Hong Kong.

It’s a unique opportunity for students to conduct research on an international level and gain a different perspective from scholars. Scholarship funds are available on the programme to cover travel and most accommodation. 

Events and networking

The Graduate School organises postgraduate skills workshops, research seminars and support events that run throughout the year, giving you the opportunity to meet industry experts, researchers and visiting academics.

Our events enable you to build industry contacts, enhance your academic experience and find your place in our dynamic and ever-growing postgraduate community.

The Three Minute Thesis is a fun competition giving participants three minutes to present their ideas and research in a language that can be understood by a non-specialist audience.

Our premier event is our Postgraduate Skills Week which offers a diverse programme covering a range of key topics relevant to postgraduate researchers.

Contact us

If you have any general enquiries or queries about Stirling Graduate School please get in touch with us.

Stirling Graduate School
4B30 Cottrell Building, University of Stirling

+44 (0) 1786 466446
stirlinggradschool@stir.ac.uk

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