Stirling Uni

Academic information


Faculty focus: Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce,Sciences

Discipline focus: Accounting and Finance, Animal and Marine Biology, Aquaculture, Biology and Cell Biology, Business and Management, Computing, Criminology, Economics, Education, English, Environmental Sciences, Film and Media, Geography, History, Human Resource Management, International and Cultural Studies, Journalism, Languages, Law, Marketing, Maths, Nursing, Physical Education, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Sport


Courses at the University of Stirling are called modules
 Modules are 20 credits each 
 MTA students who go on exchange to the University of Stirling should take 3 modules (3 x 20 credits = 60 credits)

MTA students should be enrolled in a full course load at the University of Stirling that is equal to 60 credits



Financial information

Tuition: paid directly to Mount Allison
Accommodation (one term):
225-275 Euros per month
Transportation: $1,200-$1,800 CAD round-trip (from Halifax)
Visa:n/a for exchange students (of non-EU/EEA countries) intending to study in Scotland for less than six months
Insurance:MASU or private health insurance required ($200-$400 CAD per semester)


Important dates & deadlines

University of Stirling application deadlines

•Apr. 1 (Autumn Semester)
• Oct. 15 (Spring Semester)


University of Stirling prioritizes accommodation for all new exchange students who apply by the advertised deadline dates. Accommodation will be in either University owned or managed housing which is located both on and off campus.

Off-campus accommodation is nearby in Stirling city centre, with easy access to University bus routes. Information about applying for accommodation will be sent after students are accepted to their course of study.

All accommodation is self-catered with kitchen facilities for students, and there are a number of catering outlets on campus.