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September 2023

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June 2023

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Since its founding in 1967, the University of Stirling has always been driven by transformative thinking and a spirit of innovation. Their mission is to do everything they can to give students the knowledge and expertise to make their impact in the world.

Everything the university does makes a positive difference in people’s lives. They are an agent for change, connecting people, innovating and transforming the lives of our students, staff and the global communities we serve. There is a constant desire to innovate and improve in order to make a difference in society. It’s how they’ve earned their global reputation for high-quality teaching and internationally acclaimed research.

The university is proud of the way it prepares students with life-long careers and employability skills. It’s why 93% of graduates here were in employment or further study 15 months after graduation (Graduate Outcomes Survey 2021, HESA).

As part of the QS Stars University Ratings 2021, the University of Stirling was awarded five stars in the areas of teaching and employability. Students gave the university a 96% satisfaction rate for lecturer expertise (International Student Barometer 2018).

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  • Master of Science in Business Analytics

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (21/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry requirements:
    You’ll need a minimum of a second class Honours degree in any subject, or an equivalent qualification. However, you can still apply if you don’t have these formal qualifications, but bring significant work experience in a relevant area.

    English requirements:
    IELTS Academic (UKVI) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    IELTS Academic (other) or IELTS Indicator (online) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    (PTE) Academic - 60 overall with 59 in each sub-skill
    TOEFL (IBT) - 78 overall (18 in reading, 17 in writing, 17 in listening, 20 in speaking)
    Trinity - ISE II pass overall with a pass in each sub-skill, ISE III pass overall and pass in all sub-skills, ISE IV pass overall and pass in all sub-skills
    Cambridge C1 Advanced (CAE) - 169 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Cambridge C2 Proficiency (CPE) - 180 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Aptis (4 skills) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    LanguageCert International ESOL SELT - LanguageCert International ESOL SELT B2 with a minimum of 33 in each sub-skill
    Oxford Test of English (OUP) (in-centre test only) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    SQA Skills for English (SELT) and SQA Skills for English (Global) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    INTO English Language Assessment (IELA) - 169 with a minimum 162 in each sub-skill
    A/AS/O Level English - Grade C or above
    GCSE English - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as first language - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as second language - Grade B/6 or above
    SQA Higher English/ESOL - Grade C or above
    SQA National 5 English - Grade B or above
    International Baccalaureate English - Standard or Higher Level Grade 4 or above
    European Baccalaureate English - L1: English: 60% or above; L2: English: 70% or above; L3: English: 70% or above
    Canada - Ontario Secondary School Certificate English Grade C (70%) or above

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  • Master of Science in International Business

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (21/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry requirements:
    A minimum of a second class honours degree or equivalent.
    Applicants without these formal qualifications but with significant appropriate/relevant work/life experience are encouraged to apply.

    English requirements:
    IELTS Academic (UKVI) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    IELTS Academic (other) or IELTS Indicator (online) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    (PTE) Academic - 60 overall with 59 in each sub-skill
    TOEFL (IBT) - 78 overall (18 in reading, 17 in writing, 17 in listening, 20 in speaking)
    Trinity - ISE II pass overall with a pass in each sub-skill, ISE III pass overall and pass in all sub-skills, ISE IV pass overall and pass in all sub-skills
    Cambridge C1 Advanced (CAE) - 169 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Cambridge C2 Proficiency (CPE) - 180 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Aptis (4 skills) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    LanguageCert International ESOL SELT - LanguageCert International ESOL SELT B2 with a minimum of 33 in each sub-skill
    Oxford Test of English (OUP) (in-centre test only) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    SQA Skills for English (SELT) and SQA Skills for English (Global) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    INTO English Language Assessment (IELA) - 169 with a minimum 162 in each sub-skill
    A/AS/O Level English - Grade C or above
    GCSE English - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as first language - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as second language - Grade B/6 or above
    SQA Higher English/ESOL - Grade C or above
    SQA National 5 English - Grade B or above
    International Baccalaureate English - Standard or Higher Level Grade 4 or above
    European Baccalaureate English - L1: English: 60% or above; L2: English: 70% or above; L3: English: 70% or above
    Canada - Ontario Secondary School Certificate English Grade C (70%) or above

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  • Master of Science in Financial Technology (FinTech)

    Upcoming intake

    September (23/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (21/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry requirements:
    Typically (for instance for UK students), a minimum of a second-class Honours degree or equivalent, in either a numerate subject such as maths, computing and engineering, or a business and finance subject is required.
    Some experience of computer programming is also required. It may take several forms such as Python, Java, C, C++. If you don’t have these formal qualifications but have relevant work or life experience, you’re still encouraged to apply, and specific cases can be considered on a case-by-case basis.
    The course is accessible to students with both a computing/engineering and financial/economics background.

    English requirements:
    IELTS Academic (UKVI) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    IELTS Academic (other) or IELTS Indicator (online) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    (PTE) Academic - 60 overall with 59 in each sub-skill
    TOEFL (IBT) - 78 overall (18 in reading, 17 in writing, 17 in listening, 20 in speaking)
    Trinity - ISE II pass overall with a pass in each sub-skill, ISE III pass overall and pass in all sub-skills, ISE IV pass overall and pass in all sub-skills
    Cambridge C1 Advanced (CAE) - 169 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Cambridge C2 Proficiency (CPE) - 180 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Aptis (4 skills) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    LanguageCert International ESOL SELT - LanguageCert International ESOL SELT B2 with a minimum of 33 in each sub-skill
    Oxford Test of English (OUP) (in-centre test only) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    SQA Skills for English (SELT) and SQA Skills for English (Global) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    INTO English Language Assessment (IELA) - 169 with a minimum 162 in each sub-skill
    A/AS/O Level English - Grade C or above
    GCSE English - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as first language - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as second language - Grade B/6 or above
    SQA Higher English/ESOL - Grade C or above
    SQA National 5 English - Grade B or above
    International Baccalaureate English - Standard or Higher Level Grade 4 or above
    European Baccalaureate English - L1: English: 60% or above; L2: English: 70% or above; L3: English: 70% or above
    Canada - Ontario Secondary School Certificate English Grade C (70%) or above

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  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Studies (Honours)

    Upcoming intake

    September (09/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (10/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry requirements:
    Year 1 entry – Four-year honours:
    SQA Highers: AABB – by the end of S5 / AAAB – by the end of S6
    GCE A-levels: BBB
    IB Diploma: 30
    BTEC (Level 3): DDM.
    Widening access students : Widening access students may be eligible for an adjusted offer of entry.

    Year 2 entry – Three-year honours:
    SQA Advanced Highers: ABB.
    GCE A-levels: ABB.
    IB Diploma: 35

    Other Scottish qualifications:
    Scottish HNC/HND : Year one minimum entry - Bs in graded units.
    Foundation Apprenticeships : Considered to be equivalent to 1 Higher at Grade B.

    Other qualifications
    English, Welsh and Northern Irish HNC/HND : Merits and Distinctions.
    English, Welsh and Northern Irish access courses : Access to Higher Education - 60 credits, minimum 45 at QCF Level 3, pass at 60% or above.
    Essential subjects : Mathematics National 5 (B), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3), GCSE (C/4) or equivalent.
    Preferred subjects : Mathematics at Higher, A-level or equivalent.

    English requirements:
    IELTS Academic (UKVI) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    IELTS Academic (other) or IELTS Indicator (online) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    (PTE) Academic - 60 overall with 59 in each sub-skill
    TOEFL (IBT) - 78 overall (18 in reading, 17 in writing, 17 in listening, 20 in speaking)
    Trinity - ISE II pass overall with a pass in each sub-skill, ISE III pass overall and pass in all sub-skills, ISE IV pass overall and pass in all sub-skills
    Cambridge C1 Advanced (CAE) - 169 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Cambridge C2 Proficiency (CPE) - 180 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Aptis (4 skills) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    LanguageCert International ESOL SELT - LanguageCert International ESOL SELT B2 with a minimum of 33 in each sub-skill
    Oxford Test of English (OUP) (in-centre test only) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    SQA Skills for English (SELT) and SQA Skills for English (Global) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    INTO English Language Assessment (IELA) - 169 with a minimum 162 in each sub-skill
    A/AS/O Level English - Grade C or above
    GCSE English - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as first language - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as second language - Grade B/6 or above
    SQA Higher English/ESOL - Grade C or above
    SQA National 5 English - Grade B or above
    International Baccalaureate English - Standard or Higher Level Grade 4 or above
    European Baccalaureate English - L1: English: 60% or above; L2: English: 70% or above; L3: English: 70% or above
    Canada - Ontario Secondary School Certificate English Grade C (70%) or above

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  • Bachelor of Science in Biology (Honours)

    Upcoming intake

    September (09/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (10/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry requirements:
    Entry requirements:
    Year 1 entry – Four-year honours:
    SQA Highers: AABB – by the end of S5 / AAAB – by the end of S6
    GCE A-levels: BBB.
    IB Diploma: 30
    BTEC (Level 3): DDM.
    Essential subjects: To include one of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics..

    Year 2 entry – Three-year honours:
    SQA Advanced Highers: ABB.
    GCE A-levels: ABB.
    IB Diploma: 35
    Essential subjects: To include Biology and one of Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology or Physics.

    Other Scottish qualifications:
    Scottish HNC/HND : Year one minimum entry - Bs in graded units.
    Foundation Apprenticeships : Considered to be equivalent to 1 Higher at Grade B.
    Essential subjects : To include one of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics at Scottish Higher level or equivalent at Grade B, if HNC or Access course is not science related.

    Other qualifications
    English, Welsh and Northern Irish HNC/HND : Merits and Distinctions.
    English, Welsh and Northern Irish access courses : Access to Higher Education - 60 credits, minimum 45 at QCF Level 3, pass at 60% or above.
    Essential subjects : To include one of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics.

    English requirements:
    IELTS Academic (UKVI) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    IELTS Academic (other) or IELTS Indicator (online) - 6.0 with no sub-skill below 5.5
    (PTE) Academic - 60 overall with 59 in each sub-skill
    TOEFL (IBT) - 78 overall (18 in reading, 17 in writing, 17 in listening, 20 in speaking)
    Trinity - ISE II pass overall with a pass in each sub-skill, ISE III pass overall and pass in all sub-skills, ISE IV pass overall and pass in all sub-skills
    Cambridge C1 Advanced (CAE) - 169 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Cambridge C2 Proficiency (CPE) - 180 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill
    Aptis (4 skills) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    LanguageCert International ESOL SELT - LanguageCert International ESOL SELT B2 with a minimum of 33 in each sub-skill
    Oxford Test of English (OUP) (in-centre test only) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    SQA Skills for English (SELT) and SQA Skills for English (Global) - CEFR B2 overall and B2 in all sub-skills
    INTO English Language Assessment (IELA) - 169 with a minimum 162 in each sub-skill
    A/AS/O Level English - Grade C or above
    GCSE English - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as first language - Grade C/4 or above
    iGCSE English as second language - Grade B/6 or above
    SQA Higher English/ESOL - Grade C or above
    SQA National 5 English - Grade B or above
    International Baccalaureate English - Standard or Higher Level Grade 4 or above
    European Baccalaureate English - L1: English: 60% or above; L2: English: 70% or above; L3: English: 70% or above
    Canada - Ontario Secondary School Certificate English Grade C (70%) or above

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  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Adult

    Upcoming intake

    September (09/09/2024)

    Deadline

    June (10/06/2024)

    Academic Requirement

    Entry requirements:
    Year 1 entry – Four-year honours:
    SQA Highers: BBB.
    GCE A-levels: CCC
    IB Diploma: 28
    BTEC (Level 3): MMM.
    Essential subjects: Mathematics National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3), GCSE (C/4) or equivalent required. / English National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3), GCSE (C/4) or equivalent required.
    Preferred subjects: Preference will be given to those with a Science or Health Care background.
    Widening access students: Widening access students may be eligible for an adjusted offer of entry.
    Care-experienced applicants will be guaranteed an offer of a place if they meet the minimum entry requirements.

    Other Scottish qualifications:
    Scottish HNC/HND: Year one minimum entry - Bs in graded units.
    Foundation Apprenticeships: Considered to be equivalent to 1 Higher at Grade B.
    Essential subjects: Mathematics National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3), GCSE (C/4) or equivalent required. / English National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3), GCSE (C/4) or equivalent required.
    Preferred subjects: Preference will be given to those with a Science or Health Care background.

    Other qualifications
    English, Welsh and Northern Irish HNC/HND: Merits and Distinctions.
    English, Welsh, and Northern Irish access courses: Access to Higher Education Diploma - 60 credits with a minimum of 45 credits at level 3
    Essential subjects: Mathematics National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3), GCSE (C/4) or equivalent required. / English National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3), GCSE (C/4) or equivalent required.
    Preferred subjects: Preference will be given to those with a Science or Health Care background.

    Additional information:
    Application procedure.
    What other criteria are considered for BSc Adult Nursing?
    We carefully consider other qualities and interests through your personal statement. Explaining why you’re choosing a course is essential and your knowledge of and interest in Adult Nursing should be evident. Voluntary or paid experience in a care setting is welcomed, and you’re strongly advised to make links between the knowledge, values, and skills gained in these experiences and the course being applied for. Other experience that demonstrates your commitment and your ability to work in a team is also valuable.
    References are also required. You should provide an academic reference if possible - but failing this, an employer’s reference. Friends as referees are not accepted. If you’re applying to transfer from another institution, a reference and a transcript from that institution are required.
    Practical learning experiences arranged by the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport in conjunction with our practice partners may cover a wide geographical area. You’ll be expected to be able to travel to all practice areas within NHS Forth Valley.
    Will there be an interview?
    If your application is successful, then you will be invited to attend a compulsory interview.
    What other factors are involved?
    All applicants are subject to a Disclosure Scotland check. This will show all spent and unspent criminal convictions, including (but not limited to): cautions, reprimands, final warnings, bind over orders or similar. To the extent relevant to this course, your check may also show details of any minor offences, fixed penalty notices or penalty notices for disorder.
    Previous criminal convictions need not exclude you, but all convictions must be declared and some occurrences may result in an unsuccessful application. A panel may be convened to determine the applicant’s fitness for accessing practice placements.
    All applicants must be passed fit by occupational health. This will require a questionnaire and a personal visit to the campus.
    To protect your privacy, neither of these checks will normally be carried out until after an offer has been made.
    This process is subject to change.

    English requirements:
    IELTS Academic or UKVI 7.0 overall with a minimum of 6.5 in writing and 7.0 in speaking, listening and reading.
    Pearson Test of English (Academic) 67 overall with a minimum of 62 in writing and 67 in speaking, listening and reading.
    IBT TOEFL 94 overall with 19 in reading, 24 in writing, 20 in listening and 22 in speaking.

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  • Scholarships

    • Postgraduate India Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded in the form of a £4,000 tuition fee waiver
    • Postgraduate Pakistan Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded in the form of a £4,000 tuition fee waiver
    • Postgraduate Bangladesh Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded in the form of a £4,000 tuition fee waiver
    • International Undergraduate Scholarship - £2,000 tuition fee waiver per annum for a maximum of four years of undergraduate study
    • Postgraduate International Excellence Scholarship - University of Stirling - This scholarship is awarded in the form of a £4,000 tuition fee waiver

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