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Undergraduate Open Days

Thinking of joining us in 2023? An Undergraduate Open Day is your golden opportunity to find out everything there is to know about life at the University of Stirling. You'll learn all about our courses, the application process, and chat to students and staff.

At our on-campus Open Days you can check out our beautiful campus, find out more about our courses and meet our staff and students face-to-face. Can't make it to campus? You can still discover all we have to offer at our Virtual Open Day, which includes course presentations, live chat and a Virtual Tour.

Book your place now and see for yourself why Stirling is where you belong.

Our 2022 Undergraduate Open Days are taking place on:

Our on-campus Open Days will be subject to Government guidance and offered as Virtual Open Days if on-campus events are not permitted.

On-campus Open Days

By attending one of our on-campus Open Days, you’ll be able to explore our beautiful campus, check out our diverse range of courses and spend invaluable time with staff and students. It’s your opportunity to get a taste of what life as a Stirling student is really like and you’ll be able to attend:

  • Subject-specific presentations
  • Drop-in academic showrooms
  • Talks on student finance, accommodation, and catering, and study abroad opportunities
  • Tour of the campus with our Student Ambassadors to see our facilities for yourself

If you’re coming to an on-campus Open Day, please follow the latest Scottish Government Coronavirus guidance.

Student ambassadors and the Stirling Squirrel

What happens at an on-campus Open Day?

Read our guide on what to expect and how to explore everything we have to offer.

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Guide to Open Day for parents and guardians

Find out more about what happens at our open days and how to prepare.

Virtual Open Day

Our Virtual Open Day features a mix of presentations, videos and live chat. It also includes our Virtual Tour, which showcases our beautiful campus and facilities.

  • Presentations: Watch presentations including studying at Stirling, applying, funding your degree and scholarships, and accommodation
  • Virtual subject booths: Discover more about our courses and chat with our course directors and students
  • Chat rooms: Chat and ask questions with our friendly staff, lecturers and students
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What happens at a Virtual Open Day

Read about the key features of our Virtual Open Day and what to expect during the event.

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Blog: How to make the most of your Virtual Open Day

To make sure you make the most of your Open Day experience, we’ve rounded up a few top tips.

Campus tours

We are offering the opportunity for prospective students, applicants and their families to visit the campus. Visits take place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, subject to availability. The University follows guidance from the Scottish Government on COVID-19 mitigations and safety measures. Campus tour dates therefore may be subject to change, however we will endeavour to give as much notice as possible should a tour have to be cancelled.

Our socially distanced campus tours, led by trained Student Ambassadors, will last up to 90 minutes. The tours allow you to see our fantastic facilities and beautiful campus for yourself, giving you a sense of what it will be like to live and study at Stirling.

Campus life

Book your place

Booking is compulsory. Spaces on tours are limited, so please book a minimum of five working days prior to your preferred visit date.

Campus tour booking form
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Top 20 in the UK for student satisfaction

National Student Survey 2021

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1st in the UK for campus environment

UK International Student Barometer Benchmark 2018

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Getting here

Our campus is just two miles from the centre of Stirling in central Scotland. There's great public transport links from Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Getting here

Got a question?

If you've got any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch. We're always happy to help, and we can't wait to welcome you onto campus soon!