Written by Rachel Swan, BA (Hons) English Studies and Psychology student at the University of Stirling. With COVID-19 continuing to have an impact on our daily lives, the University of Stirling’s clubs and societies have been finding ways to adapt to… Continue Reading →
The global COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has had a major impact on our lives in 2020, and every single one of us has faced some incredible challenges over the last several months. There are still many hurdles to overcome in the… Continue Reading →
5 -11 October 2020 marks Dyslexia Awareness Week. To find out how you can get involved, please visit the British Dyslexia Association website. Megan McCluskey – First year Criminology and Law I have dyscalculia, which is a specific learning difficulty… Continue Reading →
Do you want to learn more about the University of Stirling? Register for our next Open Day on 24 October 2020. Although we are living in uncertain times, lockdowns and social distancing won’t last forever. When the time comes, you’ll still be… Continue Reading →
In this blog BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology student, Emily Snowling, reflects on her experiences as a first-year student at the University of Stirling. 430 miles, and a nine-hour car drive from South London later I had arrived at my new home… Continue Reading →
We might be living in uncertain times, but this shouldn’t stop you from getting started on a brand-new adventure at uni. There are loads of amazing universities and colleges to choose from, and so in order to narrow down your… Continue Reading →
How you will make friends at university is one of the main things new students worry about, but it’s actually much easier than you might think. Here are various ways you can do it!