Criminal Justice, English, Environmental Studies, History, International Relations, Internships, Management, Marketing, Political Science, Psychology, Sports
1-freshman, 2-sophomore, 3-junior, 4-senior
internship abroad, study abroad
The University of Stirling is consistently recognized and rated highly for teaching and research. The main campus is located in a breath-taking setting beneath the stunning Ochil Hills, and it even boasts the 18th-century Airthrey Castle in the center of campus. The University is located in a vibrant community full of shops, restaurants, concert and arts venues, and numerous tourist attractions. As the ancient capital of Scotland, you will have no shortage of sites to see and activities in which to partake.
The University of Stirling International Summer School is widely recognized as having one of the best summer programs in international education. Students have the option of taking one or two sessions, where they can earn a minimum of six hours (one session) or a maximum of twelve hours (two sessions). Courses available to students in the second session cover certain disciplines like Criminal Justice, Political Science, International Relations, Art, Marketing, English, Psychology, History, Management, History, and Internships. Each course you take is accompanied by course-specific, exciting and educational excursions like a visit to the Edinburgh International Festival, The National William Wallace Monument, or even the Edinburgh Dungeon.
University of Stirling faculty
Various with departmental approval
Varies based on courses selected
Program Price Includes
Tuition, housing, international health insurance, course excursions, program excursions, social program, airport transfers
Program Price DOES NOT Include
UM Study Abroad Application Fee, airfare, ground transportation, personal spending money, passport and visa fees
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.