University of Stirling
- Rank: 38/131 Sunday Times 2021 League Table, Sports Uni of the Year 2020, 3rd for grad employment, 11th for business management
- Address: University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA
- Country: United Kingdom
- International Office Contact name: Rishi Pokar - India Manager (Mumbai) Yoshita - Conversion Officer (Mumbai) Akash - India (New Delhi) Neil Austin - Head of International Recruitment Scott Morrice - International Recruitment Manag
- International Office Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com (use this for correspondence) firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
- International Office Contact Telephone: +91 7738283178 (Rishi) +91 72086 57313 (Yoshita) +91 7827858252 (Akash)
- Accommodation Office Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Accommodation Office Contact Phone: +91 7738283178 (Rishi)
- Tuition Fee Range: £15,100 - £22,825
UG INTERNATIONAL EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP
Our International Undergraduate Scholarship offers eligible students £2,000 per year (£8,000 over four years) towards the payment of annual fees. No need to apply as students are considered automatically.
PG INTERNATIONAL EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is awarded in the form of a £4,000 tuition fee waiver for the first year of a Master's degree and is open to all full-time, self-funding students who are classed as international for tuition fee purposes.
PG INDIA SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is awarded in the form of a £4,000 tuition fee waiver and is open to full time, on-campus, self-funding applicants who are either Indian nationals or are living in India at the point of application, and are classed as overseas students for tuition fee purposes. You must have received a conditional or unconditional offer of admissions for an eligible postgraduate taught course at the University of Stirling starting in September 2021 or January 2022. You must be classed as overseas for tuition fee purposes. You must be an Indian national or living in India at the point of application. This award is only available to students entering directly into a full-time postgraduate degree programme, delivered at the University’s Stirling campus. This scholarship cannot be combined with any other Stirling scholarship or award. If offered more than one University of Stirling award then the highest value award will be applied. So in most cases PG students from India will get £4000 off the tuition fee amount.
- Additional Info:
CONTRACT COVERS INDIA ONLY. STIRLING IS THE HIGHEST COMMISSION PAYING CLIENT OF C2C AT 20% FOR ALL STUDENTS
AGENT TRAINING RECORDING (JANUARY 23)
Please watch the webinar recording for agents carried out in January 23 if you need a refresher about the university, its courses and entry requirements from India:
UG ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Direct Entry to 1st Year: Year 12 Grade – cumulative score of 65% and above. Advanced Entry to 2nd Year: Year 12 Grade – cumulative score of 75% and above. Advanced entry is possible on a range of courses. Student applications will be considered on a case by case basis. Please note that advanced entry options for students who have scored 35 in the International Baccalaureate or GCE A-Levels ABB in one sitting will also be considered on a case by case basis.
PG ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
We welcome applications from applicants graduating with 50% from Tier 1 College/ University (namely University of Mumbai, University of Calcutta, University of Delhi) or graduating with 55% from a Tier 2 College/University.
SEPTEMBER 23 INTAKE UPDATE FROM UNIVERSITY (17 February)
Please read the important updates below in relation to the September 2023 intake and share with your students and colleagues as appropriate. Please note these dates only apply to students who require a visa to study in the UK.
Course Closures: Stirling Management School and Faculty of Social Sciences
Due to significant demand, the University will now close to all new PG applications to the Stirling Management School, and the Faculty of Social Sciences, from Wednesday 15th February.
This follows on from the notification sent last week around the closure of MSc Business & Management, MSc Human Resource Management, and MSc International Business with immediate effect.
Courses now closing on 15th Feb are: MSc Applied Social Research, MSc Behavioural Science, MSc Business Analytics, MRes Business & Management, MSc Criminological Research, MSc Criminology, MSc Disaster Interventions & Humanitarian Aid, MSc Data Science for Business, MSc Digital Banking & Finance, MSc Education, MRes Educational Research, MSc Finance, MSc Finance & Data Analytics, MSc Finance & Risk Management, MSc International Accounting & Finance, MSc Investment Analysis, MSc Management & English Language Teaching, MSc Marketing, MSc Marketing Analytics, MSc Marketing & Brand Management, MBA, MSc Social Statistics & Social Research, and MSc TESOL.
Many of the above courses also start in January 2024, and applications are open for this intake.
Both Faculties also remain open for UG applications for September 2023.
PG Application Deadline: Faculty of Health Sciences & Sport, Faculty of Natural Sciences
PG applications to the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport, and the Faculty of Natural Sciences, will close on Friday 24th February.
Courses now closing on 24th Feb are: MSc Aquatic Pathobiology, MSc Aquatic Veterinary Studies, MSc Artificial Intelligence, MSc Autism Research, MSc Big Data, MSc Environmental Management, MSc Financial Technology, MSc Health Psychology, MSc/MA Human Animal Interaction. MSc Mathematics & Data Science, MSc Psychological Research Methods, MSc Psychology, MSc Psychology of Sport, MSc Sport Management, and MSc Sustainable Aquaculture.
Both Faculties remain open for UG applications for September 2023.
PG Application Deadline: Faculty of Arts & Humanities
PG applications to the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, will close on Friday 10th March.
Courses now closing on 10th March are: MLitt Creative Writing, MSc Digital Media & Communication, MSc English Language & Linguistics, MLitt/MSc Gender Studies, MSc Heritage, MRes/MSc Historical Research, MRes Humanities, MSc International Conflict & Cooperation, LLM International Energy & Environmental Law, MSc International Journalism, MSc Media Management, MRes Media Research, MPP Public Policy, MSc Public Relations & Strategic Communication, and MLitt/MRes Publishing Studies.
The Faculty remains open for UG applications for September 2023.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
Important note: students from the Punjab have to take a SELT. No exemptions will be given.
For other students from India, we only accept IELTS Academic and Pearson PTE Academic in addition to UKVI approved SELT tests, including ‘IELTS for UKVI’, if the below requirements are not achieved.
Details of the minimum grades we require from UKVI approved SELT tests can be found on our individual course pages.
Undergraduate Students who score 70% in English in Year 12 from the following exam boards won't be required to submit IELTS, if studied within the last 5 years of our course start date: CBSE ISC/ICSE Metro State Boards (Delhi, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal) Students who score 80% in English in Year 12 from any other state boards won’t be required to submit IELTS, if studied within 5 years of our course start date. Any student who does not meet the above criteria is required to take a SELT from the UKVI list within 2 years of our course start date.
Postgraduate Students who score 70% in English in Year 12 from the following exam boards won't be required to submit IELTS, if studied within 5 years of our course start date: CBSE ISC/ICSE Metro State Boards (Delhi, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal) Students who score 80% in English in Year 12 from any other state boards won’t be required to submit IELTS, if studied within 5 years of our course start date. Students who meet the above criteria, but Year 12 scores are between 6 and 10 years old, will also be required to submit an official letter from their University or College, stating that the medium of instruction (MOI) was in English, and the student graduated within 5 years of our course start date. Any student who is unable to meet the above criteria is required to take a SELT from the UKVI list within 2 years of our course start date.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications can be made on line.
C2C has a specific code which needs to be entered in the agent code box.
This code is: 5826CON
DECISION MAKING TIME
Generally around 7 days
These are done on a case by case basis. Students will be advised if they are required to do an interview
DEPOSITS & TUITION FEES
£3000 is the deposit
Students have the pay 50% of the remaining tuition fee before the start of their course. They may be able to pay the remainder in monthly instalments but this will need to be checked with the University
MBA Requires 3 years work experience
Please see document section for a "checklist" that the university sends to students to prepare for their visa.
Multi-Factor Authentication of student login
Like many online services, we use Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) to keep student data as secure as possible, when accessing the university portal, app, email, Office 365 etc. Students are prompted to set up MFA when their status changes from applicant to student (pre-enrolment) in our system.
This transfer from applicant (where an agent has been involved) to student has proven to be problematic in cases where the student themselves do not always have access to the authentication account used to initially register the students access to the Applicant Portal.
To avoid issues (essentially students being locked out of their own accounts) please share the following guidelines:
1. Students must set up MFA themselves using their own mobile phone. If you set this up on their behalf, they will not be able to login to University systems without access to your phone.
2. If getting a new SIM card on arrival in the UK, set up the Microsoft Authenticator app as the default method of authentication. Even with a new SIM card, the app will continue to work. Many students set up a text message as their default method which of course stops working when the phone number changes.
3. Set up more than one authentication method – to ensure they can login if they forget their phone or have no reception. You can change your default MFA method and add additional sign in methods such as email or security questions on the Microsoft ‘My SignIns’ page.
4. Watch our video https://youtu.be/92kpdj4Yx0k
- Commission(%): 20%
- Commission(Additional Information):
20% for UG and PG students
10% can be claimed for "Study Abroad" students coming for one semester or for International Summer School students
£1000 will be paid as a flat fee for direct applicants who then contact C2C to seek assistance with applying for a student visa.
VAT can be added on top of the commission invoice.
Commission is based on the gross fee before the deduction of any scholarship.