We offer a variety of scholarship and funding options to help you finance your studies at the University of Stirling.
Why study Psychology at the University of Stirling?
Graduate careers in Psychology
The wide range of skills and knowledge gained from a Psychology degree can open up many different career paths to you. Jobs that are directly related include:
- clinical psychologist
- health psychologist
- educational psychologist
- forensic psychologist
- sport psychologist
- academic researcher
There are also many areas that value Psychology skills including human resources, marketing, emergency services, careers advice and teaching.
Psychology research at Stirling is of a very high standard. In the Research Excellence Framework 2021, we ranked 2nd in Scotland for research impact in Psychology. 100% of our research impact and environment, and 87% of our overall research in Psychology is classed as world leading or internationally excellent. Our academic staff have a diverse range of research interests from animal behaviour to social psychology.
Postgraduate research opportunities
We have a collegiate working environment that provides excellent support and mentoring to early career researchers, making Stirling the perfect place to study for a PhD or MPhil in Psychology.
See our MPhil, PhD and Doctorate opportunities in the areas of Psychology including Health Psychology.