Category: Hints and tips

Your Favourite Hiking Spots Around Stirling – Part Two

Walking can help you find out more about, and connect with, your local area. You can explore some of the best of Scotland’s landscapes and experience a wealth of history and culture right on our doorstep at the University of Stirling. Discover some of our unmissable walking routes, as our Stirling community share three more of their favourite hiking

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Your Favourite Hiking Spots Around Stirling

Walking helps you find out more and connect with your local area. Luckily, you don’t need to go far to experience incredible views and relaxing surroundings. Discover what’s waiting for you at the University of Stirling as our community share some of their favourite hiking spots in and around Stirling.

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 to unwind when you feel stressed? We’ve compiled a handy-dandy list of simple, practical ways

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How to choose the right university from your offers

Applicant Day - squirrel with student ambassadors

Choosing from hundreds of courses at loads of universities to try and figure out which ones you’d like to apply for can be incredibly tricky – but once you’ve received your offers, how do you know which uni is actually right for you? We appreciate a lot of things are going to work differently this

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How to stay fit in University

For the vast majority of us, university is the first time we live away from our family. With that new-found freedom to do as we please, without any parental discipline (yes!), it can be easy to slip into Netflix binge sessions and living off pot noodles and beans on toast. Staying fit while at university

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Results Day: keep calm this summer

Students canoe Airthrey Loch

Don’t let the stress of waiting for results ruin your summer. We’ve got plenty of hints and tips to help you keep the nerves at bay and enjoy your summer break. Try to be a bit more mindful It’s so easy to get caught up in a loop of negative thoughts about what might happen

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