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       Ranked 74 out of 425

University Statistcs

  • Uni Compare Ranking
    74 / 425
  • Full Time Students
    86%
  • Guardian Ranking
    VARIED
  • Students in work/study
    88%
  • Undergraduate to Postgraduate UG to PG Ratio
    75 : 25
  • UK to InternationalForeign Ratio
    91 : 9

University Summary

The University of Stirling is a campus university founded by Royal charter in 1967, on the Airthrey Estate in Stirling, Scotland.

As well as the main campus in Stirling, the University also has campuses in Inverness and Stornoway which specialise in Nursing and Midwifery. The Highland site is on the outskirts of Inverness and within the grounds of Raigmore Hospital. The site has purpose-built teaching facilities and student accommodation, recently benefiting from its relocation to the new Centre for Health Science, officially opened in January 2007. The Highland Health Sciences Library is also on this campus, and caters for both the students and staff of the University as well as the employees of NHS Highland and its associated Trusts.

The Western Isles campus is located in Stornoway and the teaching accommodation is an integral part of the recently built Western Isles Hospital. This is a small campus site which also has student accommodation within the environs of the Western Isles Hospital.

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University Location

University Address: University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA Scotland

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