Today marks International Day of Women and Girls in Science. To celebrate #WomenInScience, we spoke with University of Stirling Research Fellow Susan Fitzer. Name Susan Fitzer Job title Research Fellow Course studied Marine Biology and Oceanography degree, Applied Marine Science… Continue Reading →
Interested in studying at the University of Stirling? Find out more about the BA (Hons) Human Resource Management course, or browse our full range of courses for more information. Simron Kandola studied Human Resource Management at University of Stirling and was also named Student… Continue Reading →
With over 92,000 alumni in 170 countries, Stirling alumni possess a diverse range of experiences and skills. In 2019, The Stirling Network was introduced in a collaboration between the Alumni Team and the Careers and Employability Service to bring together… Continue Reading →
Happy New Year! Over the next two weeks Lunar New Year, Chinese New Year and the Spring Festival will be celebrated. Find out what’s on at #UofStirling!
Robert Burns was born on 22 January 1759. He embodies Scottish national pride to the fullest – matched maybe only by our own Andy Murray. A celebrated poet, Burns is remembered by an annual supper which is usually held within… Continue Reading →
A message from Student Support Services ahead of the 2019 winter break. Hi to all our students! The University will be closed for the winter break from Saturday 21 December to Monday 6 January 2020. You won’t be able to… Continue Reading →
Last week, we sent three of our Student Ambassadors to explore the Christmas markets in Edinburgh and Glasgow. As it’s their first time in Scotland for Christmas, they discovered lots of new things to enjoy! Glasgow Jessie: It only takes… Continue Reading →
Scotland is a magical place year-round – but around the holidays, we really up the ante. From snow-capped mountains and roaring castle fires to bustling Christmas markets, sparkling lights and rip-roaring ceilidhs, Scotland is the perfect place to spend the… Continue Reading →