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University of Stirling offer Undergraduate Courses with Scholarships Jan 2019 for Indian Students

1 October 2018

The University of Stirling is accepting applications from the Indian students for undergraduate courses commencing from January 2019. Stirling is pleased to award scholarships with undergraduate degree programmes in the form of a £2,000 tuition fee waiver per annum and is open to full time, self-funding students who are classed as international for tuition fee purposes. The scholarship has been awarded for a maximum of 4 years of undergraduate courses.

The university is an innovative world-class institution that provides one of the best student experiences in the UK and has earned global reputation for high quality teaching and internationally acclaimed research.

Undergraduate Courses for January 2019

Business Studies


English Studies 

Film and Media


Human Resource Management

Journalism Studies         

Law BA


Management Science   


Nursing (Degree Completion for Registered Nurses)        



Politics and International Politics              


Retail Marketing              

Scottish History

Sociology/ Social Policy 

Sports Studies  

To learn more about University of Stirling, available courses, scholarships, eligibility criteria, admission process and career prospects, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.


I had a very great experience right from the start to finish; All the staff were really great and very helpful. I recommend SI-UK for all students who are planning to study in the UK.

Anuradha Venkatesh Msc Energy Management, University of Stirling

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