Faculty of Health
Sciences and Sport
We’re the premier research-intensive education provider for nurses, midwives, health and sports professionals in Scotland.
We're dedicated to transforming lives by improving the health and wellbeing of individuals, patients, carers and communities.
We offer innovative, award-winning BSc, BA and postgraduate courses in nursing, health science, sport, exercise science, psychology and coaching. We tackle global issues with our world-leading research.
Study at the University of Stirling and discover how our degrees will prepare you to be the difference and transform lives.
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Our innovative, research-led undergraduate, postgraduate and CPD programmes produce the very best graduates and enhance your career prospects.
Through our world-leading research you'll learn from the most up-to-date advances in health sciences and sport.
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BSc Nursing (Mental Health)
Read Ela's storyThe teaching in the nursing degree is led by staff who have backgrounds in nursing, or who are still working with the NHS. This allows teaching staff to impart interesting, valuable and current knowledge to students.
MSc Psychology of Sport
Read Dongliang's storyStudying here at Stirling, and also this course, will definitely help me with my future career because I have acquired all the knowledge about how to be a sports psychologist.
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Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014
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The University of Stirling has marked the achievement of 82 graduates from the BA (Hons) Retail Marketing, BA (Hons) Sport Business Management, BA (Hons) Sustainable Events Management, and BA (Hons) Sports Studies and Marketing courses delivered at Singapore Institute of Management by lecturers from Stirling Management School and the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport.
The significant reduction in vehicle journeys during the COVID-19 lockdown did not reduce the level of toxic fine particles in Scotland’s air, according to experts at the University of Stirling.