The University of Stirling and Forth Valley College have teamed up to deliver four innovative courses taught on both the college's nearby Falkirk and Stirling campuses, as well as the University's campus.
Each course combines the applied technical knowledge of Forth Valley College with the advanced academic training and expertise of the University. You'll spend the first two years studying at the college and the final two studying at the University of Stirling campus, with full support and use of facilities available from both institutions across the duration of your course – and if you're ready to start in 2018, we've saved a place for you!
We are accepting new applications until 30 June 2018 via UCAS. And if you have already applied via UCAS but don't yet hold an offer, we're still accepting applications for our joint degree courses until 30 June 2018 via UCAS Extra.
UCAS Extra is now open – and the process is fast and simple.
Clearing doesn't open until 5 July 2018 – but by registering your interest, a member of our team will be sure to get in touch with you later this summer to chat about your options and tell you all about the courses we still have available.
Our joint courses with Forth Valley College are designed to develop forward-thinking graduates with the skills and knowledge to achieve success and be the difference in some of Scotland's top up-and-coming industries.
Plan for your future with a Digital Media course delivered jointly by the University of Stirling and Forth Valley College. Our career-focused media courses rank among the best in the UK.
Planning a career in heritage, travel or tourism? Our Heritage and Tourism course is the perfect place to start your professional journey.
We’ve worked with our business partners to ensure our Applied Biological Sciences course will prepare you for a career in life sciences.
We’ve worked with our business partners to ensure that our Applied Computing course gives you the skills they need. Study at Stirling to become a highly employable, work-ready IT professional graduate.
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The Guardian University Guide 2019
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The International Student Barometer 2016
for Teaching, Employability, Internationalisation, Facilities and Inclusiveness
QS World University Rankings 2018
Clearing might feel a bit daunting, but it can actually be a fast and simple process – and we'll do our best to guide you through the process each step of the way.
Don’t Panic. Act fast. Clearing at the University of Stirling is a competitive process, so you must be prepared on Results Day.
Get in touch. Once you’ve spotted a course on our Clearing List that interests you, phone our Clearing and Exam Helpline immediately on +44 (0) 1786 466166. Please note that this helpline does not open until 5 July. If you have any questions before then call our Admissions team on +44 (0) 1786 467044.
Have your exam results ready. Our Clearing Team will want to know your UCAS Personal ID number and exam results.
Tell us about yourself. Our Clearing Team will want to know more about you, your interests and why you would like to apply for your new course.
Ask questions. It’s up to you to make an informed decision, but we’re happy to help in any way we can!