Category: Postgraduate

Why study informatics in environmental management at Stirling

In a series of blogs, we look at why you should develop your career in Environmental Management at Stirling. Here, we explore the specialised pathway of informatics in our MSc Environmental Management (Informatics) degree. Graduates from our core MSc Environmental Management degree will play a vital role in the protection and sustainable use of resources. It’s a

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5 Reasons You Should Attend Postgraduate Open Day

Do you want to learn more about postgraduate study at the University of Stirling? We’d love to show you around. Register for our next on-campus Open Day on Wednesday 29 March, 2023, 2:00pm – 5:00pm. With more and more universities and colleges to choose from, attending an Open Day will give you a fantastic opportunity to

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Four Tips to Help You Adjust to Studying Abroad [Student Blog]

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Valentina Figueroa, from Canada, is a University of Stirling student currently studying the MSc Strategic Communication and Public Relations course. In this blog, Valentina shares some of her advice for adjusting to the transition to studying abroad as an international student. Making the decision to study abroad for the first time can be scary, and

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Postgraduate Clearing 2021

If you’re considering applying for a postgraduate course in 2021, you may be wondering if you can gain a place through UCAS Clearing. UCAS Clearing is the process in which applicants are matched to places on courses at UK universities that haven’t yet been filled. But the UCAS Clearing process only applies to undergraduate courses.

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Postgraduate and got an offer – now what?

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Congratulations! You’ve received an offer to study your postgraduate degree at the University of Stirling. Before you can start, there are a few things you need to do. This blog will help you make sure you’ve ticked all the boxes before your course begins no matter whether you have an unconditional or a conditional offer.

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