Undergraduate study

With over 170 single and combined courses to choose from, our flexible degree courses will help you to be the difference in your chosen career, by giving you the knowledge, expertise and lifelong employability skills to ensure you stand out from the crowd.

How to apply

To apply for a full-time undergraduate degree, you should apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). There are alternative application options for January and part-time entry, Forth Valley College degrees and international students.

Entry requirements

Each student needs to meet the course-specific entry requirements listed on each undergraduate course page. See the wide range of qualifications we accept.

Fees and funding

The cost of studying at the University of Stirling depends on where you live and the course you choose. We have many available scholarships and bursaries, which can support you in your studies.

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Why Stirling?

At Stirling we offer you much more than just a qualification. Join us on our stunning 330-acre campus to discover an amazing student experience, with a strong community feel and opportunities to help you grow personally and professionally.

Why Stirling for undergraduate study?

Open days

We have on-campus and virtual open days. Both let you explore our beautiful campus, check out our range of courses and spend time with staff and students. It’s your opportunity to get a taste of what life as a Stirling student is really like.


Our range of secure and affordable accommodation includes over 2,000 rooms right on our beautiful campus, as well as easy-to-reach off-campus residences.

Widening participation

The University of Stirling believes that everyone has the potential to succeed and actively encourage applications from student groups such as care experienced students, young or adult carers, estranged students, and students living in a priority postcode area. As a widening access student you can get support throughout your university journey.

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Be career ready

Our students gain more than a degree - we ensure our students graduate as confident and career-ready individuals prepared to make a difference in their chosen field.

See more about our Careers Service

Student stories

Aislinn McAleer
Aislinn McAleer
Northern Ireland
BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology
I made 24 new friends straight away, from England, America, Scotland and Northern Ireland too! I now live in the City and it’s like a mini Edinburgh, there’s everything you could want, but closer together.
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Simron Kandola
Simron Kandola
BA (Hons) Human Resource Management and Law
The spectacular setting of the University, the flexibility of the undergraduate courses, the social life and the excellent career prospects all brought me to Stirling.
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Thea Brønlund
Thea Brønlund
BA (Hons) Business Studies and Economics
The University has all the resources you need, including fantastic sport facilities, as well as great flexibility with your degree.
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