Stirling Management School, Stirling University

Stirling University specialise teaching expertise across the full breadth of business and marketing subjects.  They aim to achieve world leading, internationally excellent and high impact outcomes in research and teaching; to focus especial attention on social, economic, environmental, cultural and thus business responsibility; to challenge and benefit students, businesses and communities, impacting on people’s lives by enabling public interests to be identified, understood and realised, in Scotland and across the word.

Campus: The campus-based University of Stirling was founded by Royal Charter in 1967 on the historic Airthrey Estate, close to Bridge of Allan and two miles from the Royal Burgh of Stirling. The University’s location and history make Stirling that bit different from other UK universities. Since 1967 they have grown considerably and they now also have Highland and Western Isles Campuses. This section describes what it is like to live and study at Stirling. Choose from the left navigation to find out more about living on campus here.

Faculty: Stirling is a student focused institution and this is reflected in the quality of their teaching provision. A good measure of this quality is the University’s performance in external quality assessment of taught provision. The University of Stirling is consistently highly rated.

Courses:
International Accounting and Finance
International Business
International Business and Socio-Economic Development
International Conflict and Cooperation
International Publishing Management
Investment Analysis
Law: International Commercial Law
Law: LLB
Management
Marketing
MBA
MBA in Retailing
Media and Culture
Media Management
Media Research
Modern Scottish Writing
Performance Coaching
Philosophy
Postcolonial Studies
Professional Enquiry
Professional Enquiry: Creativity
Professional Enquiry: Education
Professional Enquiry: Leadership
Professional Enquiry: School Leadership and Management
Professional Enquiry: Supporting Professional Growth
Psychological Research Methods
Psychological Research Methods: Child Development
Psychological Research Methods: Evolution and Behaviour
Psychological Research Methods: Measuring Perception
Psychological Therapy in Primary Care
Public Communications Management
Public Communications Management (Online)
Public Relations, Theory and Education
Public Service Management
Publishing Studies (MLitt)
Publishing Studies (MRes)
Renaissance Studies
Retail Management
Revolution and Counter – Revolution
River Basin Management
Social Work Studies
Sports Coaching
Sports Management
Sports Nutrition
Sports Research
Strategic Public Relations
Strategic Public Relations and Communications Management
Strategic Public Relations and Communications Management (Delivered with University Lund, Sweden)
Sustainable Aquaculture Aquatic Resource Development
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Teaching Qualification in Adult Education
Tertiary Education
TESOL and CALL
The Gothic Imagination
Translation Studies
Translation Studies with TESOL

Contacts:
University of Stirling
Stirling, FK9 4LA
Scotland, UK+ 44 (0) 1786 467046+ 44 (0) 1786 466800
recruitment@stir.ac.ukwww.stir.ac.uk