The University of Stirling’s International Sports Scholarship Program is one of the largest elite sporting programs in the UK and has supported 700 student-athletes since its inception in 1981 and has sent athletes to the Olympic Games, World Games and Commonwealth Games.
The University of Stirling provides the ideal environment for talented athletes to develop and flourish in their chosen sport by providing expert support and comprehensive first-class on-campus facilities.
The University of Stirling is a public university in Stirling, Scotland, established under Royal Charter in 1967. It is located in the heart of Scotland on the walled estate of Airthrey Castle.
The University of Stirling was named Scottish University of Sport Excellence by the Scottish Government in 2008. Scholarships are offered in five core sports: soccer, golf, swimming, tennis, and triathlon, preparing student-athletes for international competition. The university has a comprehensive range of sports facilities .
Scholarship Eligibility and Availability
The University of Stirling offers athletic scholarships to talented student-athletes to help them reach their potential and encourages them to support students in the core sports listed below as well as others at international level.
University of Stirling core sports are:
Other sports must feature in BUCS, Commonwealth, Olympic or Paralympic programmes.
Scholarship Application Guideline
To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must hold or be applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate course at the University of Stirling. Additionally, students must meet sport-specific eligibility criteria.
Download the application form, complete and return it before the September term begins. Places are confirmed by mail each year before the semester begins.
Successful applicants will receive: financial support, academic flexibility, state-standard tutoring, basic equipment, and the opportunity to remain on campus.