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Students domiciled in Scotland

The University of Stirling offers undergraduate funding opportunities for students domiciled in Scotland. To find out if you are eligible for a scholarship, use our scholarship finder.

EU students

For EU students starting their studies in the 2021/22 academic year, we will award an automatic scholarship of up to £ 30,000 over the duration of your course. This is subject to eligibility criteria.

Students domiciled in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

The Undergraduate Scholarship provides a cash award of £ 1,000 to all students from England, Wales, Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland who qualify for their offer and choose the University of Stirling as their choice of firm or insurance on UCAS.

The University also offers the Undergraduate Merit Scholarship, which is awarded to selected students and offers a cash award of £ 1,000 per year for years 1-3 of study. To be considered for the merit scholarship, students must have at least an AAB at level A or equivalent.

In addition, students from England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland who enter first year and successfully progress to years 2 and 3 will receive our Specialized Scholarship, which covers the cost of undergraduate tuition fees during the year of specialized study.

You don’t need to apply for the awards listed above – we’ll automatically identify your eligibility as part of the admission process.

To explore other scholarships and find out more about funding opportunities, use our scholarship finder.

Students domiciled abroad

The University of Stirling offers generous undergraduate funding opportunities for international students. To find out if you are eligible for a scholarship, use our scholarship finder.


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