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10 Easy Ways to Relax as a Student

As a university student, you are probably just about done with this semester by this point. Everyone gets a little (or a lot) stressed out. ‘Just relax’ is probably the most annoying advice imaginable. So, what can you actually do… Continue Reading →

Five Student Stories from Summer Graduation 2018

We spoke to loads of happy grads on both days – here’s what five of them had to say about Graduation, their time at Stirling and plans for the future. Kate Penton-Voak BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology “I had always… Continue Reading →

How to make the most of a Postgraduate Open Day

Do you plan on visiting our Postgraduate Open Day on Wednesday 28 November from 2:30pm – 6:30pm? You’ll get more out of your visit if you arrive prepared, so today we’re sharing our tips on how to get the most… Continue Reading →

“Special relationship” showmanship to be expected – but contentious issues brew

By Dr Megan Dee, Lecturer in International Politics, University of Stirling Donald Trump makes his first official visit to the UK as US President this week. The choice of date and portents of bad luck (Friday 13th) aside, the visit… Continue Reading →

How to Make the Most of University Open Days

With more and more universities and colleges to choose from, going to an open day will give you a fantastic opportunity to find out about all aspects of university life. As it will be your home for the next three… Continue Reading →

My Open Day Experience [STUDENT BLOG]

Hi there! My name is Annabelle, I am a third year (moving into forth year) politics and social policy student. I am from the North of England, despite being born in Edinburgh. When applying to Stirling I was first interested… Continue Reading →

My Open Day Experience [STUDENT BLOG]

My name is Katie Farmer and I’m from Edinburgh. After applying for five universities including Stirling for Primary Education with Specialism in environmental science I eagerly attended many open days in 2016. Prior to the Stirling open day, I had… Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day 2018 #WomenOfStirling – Jill Stevenson

It’s International Women’s Day and this year’s theme is #PressForProgress. What does the word “progress” mean to you in regards to women and gender?  Progress to me means everyone, regardless of gender, age, ethnic background or sexuality, understanding that equality… Continue Reading →

What four international students had to say about Stirling

We’re thankful for the 120 nationalities studying and working on the University of Stirling campus. Our campus is genuinely a better place for having our international students and staff, and today we’re embracing the multiculturalism and diversity – and wealth… Continue Reading →

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