Internationally recognized for excellence in teaching, at the University of Stirling you’re in the ideal place to enrich your future. You’ll soon realize why the Stirling Summer School is highly regarded, as your independence grows and you explore everything Stirling has to offer.
The University of Stirling is a beautiful campus in a great location.
Apply for the summer 2019 study abroad program at the University of Stirling is April 5, 2019.
8 Week Option Costs
12 credit hours, most expensive option
- Program cost: £5,550 (most expensive option)
- Airfare: £1,000
- Books: £100
- Food: £240
- Local transport: £80
- Insurance: £40
- Subtotal: £7,360
Estimated personal expenses
- Expenses and travel: £2,000
Estimated Total Cost: £9,360 = $12,305
(based on current exchange rate)
With our partner discount applied the estimated cost will be around $11,100.
4 Week Option Costs
The four week option will lower the overall cost by about $4,000 depending on your personal expenses and travel.
Summer school 2019 Dates
Block 1: June 8 - July 6, 2019
Block 2: July 6 - August 3, 2019
- Please contact our International Education Coordinator for more information on study abroad scholarship opportunities.
- Do not apply online directly to U of Stirling. We are partner schools and you can get a discount as our student.
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