Application checklist

If you have already started an application you should have received an email containing a link to allow you to complete the form. Click here to resend the email.

If you are a current student of the University you can submit a fast track application for Postgraduate Taught study from the portal

1. My Course

You are applying to study

Let us know when and how you want to study the course and complete the short 'Get Started' section. This will allow us to get your application started and will open up the rest of the form. We will send you a link, which will allow you to come back and finish the form later if you don't have all the information you need now.

Who are you applying for?

Course options

Part-time or Full-time *

Start date *

My details

By starting your application, you are agreeing to the University's Terms of Use and Privacy Statement.

My application
You are applying to study

An email has been sent to with instructions for continuing this application should you need to finish it later.

Change course options

Part-time or full-time *

Start date *

2. About Me

Agent instructions: Enter the applicant details including their address followed by the agent address, which will be used for correspondence.

Applicant Details
Applicant address
Agent Number
Agent Address

3. My education

Highest qualification

What will your highest qualification be when you start the course you are applying for? *

Level: *
Details: *

Title of qualification and main subject *

Was this course taken in the UK or overseas? *

Country of study *

Institution *

Start date *

End date *

Was this course taught in English? *

Additional qualifications held (or expected by the start of this course)
Previous UK study

If you are an international student we require a full history of any study undertaken in the UK. Please provide details of any UK study not covered within your highest or additional qualifications.

Have you ever studied in the UK? *

Last institution attended

Please choose the last institution attended *

4.My English language proficiency

You do not need to provide further evidence of English language proficiency
All courses at the University of Stirling are taught and examined in English

Is English your first language? *

English language qualification Based on the answers given, you are not required to provide further evidence of English language skills.
English language qualification Based on the answers given, you are not required to provide further evidence of English language skills at this time.
English language qualification

Do you hold an English language qualification? *

5. Other information about me

Source of information

How did you hear about the course you have applied for at the University of Stirling? *

Disability

The University has a commitment to providing an accessible environment and supporting students with a range of additional requirements. We endeavour to make adjustments that are reasonable and appropriate. Disclosure of disabilities or medical conditions, ensures prompt referral to the Accessibility and Inclusion (A&I) team within Student Support Services (SSS) who can explain sources of funding and of support, and discuss with you the extent to which the University's current arrangements and mainstreamed approach meet your learning and other needs. The A & I Team can document any additional needs in an Agreed Record of University Access Adjustments (ARUAA). This process is designed help students overcome/manage the effects of their disability/circumstances relating to class tests, examinations, coursework, attendance, the learning environment, research, meetings, viva, supervision, access to technology, accommodation, the wider campus, and whilst operating out of the University on placement or participating in field work or conferences.

To receive support students must provide written evidence of their disability, health condition or learning needs. This may be provided in the form of an educational psychologist's report (dyslexia or other SPLD) or a letter from your doctor.

By selecting a category below, you are enabling the University to contact you directly if you are offered a conditional place

Type of disability *

If you require this in a different format or would like require more details of accessibility at the University of Stirling, call on 01786 466022 or email ask@stir.ac.uk

Criminal convictions

To help the University reduce the risk of harm or injury to other students, you must declare all relevant criminal convictions. Relevant criminal convictions are only those convictions for offences against the person, whether of a violent or sexual nature, and convictions for offences involving unlawfully supplying controlled drugs or substances where the conviction concerns commercial drug dealing or trafficking. Convictions that are spent (as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974) are not considered to be relevant and you should not reveal them (but please read below).

If you are applying for a course involving work with children or vulnerable adults, ALL criminal convictions are considered relevant - including spent sentences and cautions (including verbal cautions) and bind-over orders. If you are convicted of a relevant criminal offence after you have applied, you must inform us immediately.

Do you have any criminal convictions? *

6. My documents

7. Submit application

Please complete the rest of the form first

Additional Information

All applications are considered in line with the University of Stirling Admissions Policy and therefore with the Equality Act (2010).

The University of Stirling routinely gathers and stores Personal Data relating to prospective students, applicants and students at the points of application, admission, enrolment and on an ongoing basis throughout the period of your studies at the University, in line with the nature and requirements of its work.

Personal Data is gathered and stored in line with the University's obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

When you submit an application to the University, the University will use the information about you that you provide on your application form to process your application and communicate with you through the admissions process. Your Personal Data will also be used by the University for management activities such as strategic planning, statistical analysis and equal opportunities monitoring. The University may also require to share your Personal Data with selected third parties in line with external and statutory requirements. Where this is the case, data will be shared in line with the parameters of the GDPR and the provisions made within the University policy on data protection.

For detailed information about how we will process your personal information please see the University’s Privacy Notice.

If you go on to enrol as a student with the University, the University will continue to use your Personal Data throughout the period of your studies. The University may also require to share your Personal Data with selected third parties in line with external and statutory requirements. Where this is the case, data will be shared in line with the parameters of the GDPR and the provisions made within the University policy on data protection.

University courses, services and procedures are continuously reviewed, revised and enhanced and this may result in some changes between the time of application and the date a student commences study with the University. Where any changes may impact upon an applicant, the University will keep the applicant fully informed.

Declaration

Application has been submitted

Thanks, your application has been successfully submitted.

Having problems? Contact the Information Centre infocentre@stir.ac.uk



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