The University of Stirling Releases Course and Scholarship Information for January 2020

28 October 2019

The University of Stirling has announced new courses for the January 2020 entry along with scholarships for all qualifying international students. Founded in 1967, the University is located in a quaint 18th century castle estate in central Scotland.

 January 2020 courses

The University is offering a range of undergraduate subjects for January 2020 entry.

The University has added a unique new postgraduate programme; MSc Human Rights and Diplomacy for January 2020 entry. Designed in collaboration with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), this programme offers the possibility of an on-the-job placement opportunity within the United Nations system.

Other postgraduate programmes available for January 2020 include MSc Applied Social Research and MSc Social Enterprise.

Scholarships

No scholarship application is necessary; all international fee-paying students who achieve the entry requirements and enroll on a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate degree at the University for January 2020 intake will be awarded a scholarship towards tuition fees.

At undergraduate level, the value is worth £5000 for the 1st year, followed by £2000 per subsequent year up to 3 years.  This scholarship is potentially worth up to £11,000 towards tuition fees. The Admissions team will confirm the scholarship with the student as part of the application process.

At postgraduate level, the value is worth £2000 towards tuition fees. The Admissions team will confirm the scholarship with the student as part of the application process.

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