To apply for a full-time undergraduate degree, you’ll need to apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
We have places available on many of our courses starting in September 2019. Get a head start by registering your interest or call us now on 01786 466166 to discuss your course options and entry requirements.
Students from the UK, EU and overseas countries can all apply via UCAS. If you’re applying for a transfer, deferring your entry for a year, or applying for advanced entry you’ll also apply via UCAS.
If you’re applying to more than one university, we don’t see who the other universities are, until the other universities have made their decisions. We make our decision on your application without knowledge of your other choices.
Make sure you use the correct UCAS codes. Our UCAS name is STIRL and our UCAS institution code is S75. UCAS course codes are found on our course pages.
For 2019 entry, you must pay UCAS a fee of £24 for up to five course choices or £18 for one course.
Use UCAS Track to see any offers as soon as they’re made.
You’ll also get access to our Applicant Portal within a few days of submitting your application. Here you can apply for accommodation and upload any additional documents we might need.
A couple of our courses have additional steps in the application process.
If you’re applying for a Nursing course, you’ll need to attend a compulsory applicant day that includes an informal interview. Find out more on the Adult Nursing course page or the Mental Health Nursing page.
An interview is also part of the application process for the degree in Sports Studies, Physical Education and Professional Education, and the joint degrees we offer with Forth Valley College – Applied Biological Sciences, Applied Computing, Digital Media and Heritage and Tourism.
If you’re a Social Work degree applicant and your UCAS application is successful, you will be asked to submit an additional piece of written work. Learn more about the Social Work application process.
Our Admissions team will deal with your application to the University of Stirling. Find out more about how we make decisions on your application and how to deal with any offers you're made.