Course teams in each Faculty will arrange for you to meet the staff, other students and learn how things work at Stirling. You'll get essential information to help you settle in and find your feet. Inductions will be delivered both online and face-to-face in accordance with social distancing guidelines. Select your Faculty for more information:
If you're unsure of what Faculty you are part of then see our list of subjects and the Faculty that runs them.
The timetable for the autumn semester will be available in August 2020.
Once the timetable has been published you can use our timetable generator to check for any timing clashes with your modules.
The timetable generator only includes lecture times for each module. Signup for tutorials/seminars/labs is usually done through Canvas, the University's online learning environment at the beginning of the semester. When you're fully enrolled (got your ID card), you'll get access to Canvas.
Seminars and tutorials do not appear on timetable initially as they will be available at the start of semester through Canvas. Depending on the subject you're studying, there may be a choice of tutorial or seminar times so do check your modules promptly when you get access to Canvas, to choose a suitable slot for you.
In your first fews weeks the University will run a range of online and on-campus activities, events and useful information sessions to help your make a great start to life at Stirling.
You will be fully enrolled once you have completed all of the online enrolment processes and received your ID card. Information on how you will receive your student ID card will be available soon.
All students will be allocated a personal tutor. Details of who your personal tutor is will appear on your portal once you are fully enrolled. They will be in touch to arrange to meet you in the first two weeks of semester.
The medical and dental centre on campus is open for new registrations.
If you have any questions about student life then who better to ask than one of our current students!