In order to become an official University of Stirling student, you'll need to complete enrolment.
Enrolment is the process for selecting courses and classes, registering for your modules, setting up your University computer account, paying your fees and getting your all Student ID card. You'll need to quote your student number at various points, so make sure you have it handy.
If you have applied for standalone modules Admissions will have already registered you for the module.
If you're enrolled in distance-learning only modules, you can access Canvas via the University Portal once you've enrolled and semester commences. This is where the module coordinator will post a welcome and further instructions.
If you're undertaking a module with on-campus days, you'll receive correspondence from the Faculty of Health Sciences regarding attendance dates, times and venues.
If you have any queries regarding your course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions your course, contact the CPD Administrator:
The University's Student Support Services team are on hand to offer advice/guidance. Our services offer a broad range of guidance and support including money advice, support for disabled students including students with specific learning difficulties as well as counselling and wellbeing support.
The University's Stirling campus is located right at the heart of Scotland, easily accessible by public transport. Our Getting Here pages provide details of how to travel to Stirling.