University of Stirling: Stirling - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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The University of Stirling is ranked in the top 2.5% of global higher education institutions and is best Scottish University and second best UK University for a 'good place to be' (International Student Barometer). We have high student satisfactio... read more

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I learned that there's so much more to the world than I've been exposed to. I also learned that sometimes when you go out and do things on your own, you grow the most. - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with University of Stirling: Stirling - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
I learned that life hands you moments, and that it is up to you to make the most of them. Scotland handed me some of the most memorable moments of my life, and if I could do it all over again I'd do it exactly the same. This was the best experience of my life to date, and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to meet so m... - Saginaw Valley State University View Entire Review
It was worthwhile, I learned to be a more independent and strong person. I was thrown into a country I didn't know with no one around to help me, but I made friends and created a second home! - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
How to use public transport, budgetting, adjusting to a completely different place, cultural ans religious differences, and so much more! - Berea College View Entire Review
Not having a job that provides a steady income flow puts a different perspective on everyday expenses. Budgeting is key! Making friends from all over the world gives you an excuse to travel later. Use those connections to your advantage. Ask them to house you, feed you, guide you, etc. - Clark University - Worcester View Entire Review
I gained cultural experience and new friends. It was worth every penny - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
I learned so much about other people and how they live. I gained people who I know are going to be some of my best friends for a long, long time. It was incredibly worth while. However, one thing that I did notice is that there were some other people who didn't seem to have as positive an experience as I did, though they were gi... - Trinity University View Entire Review
self knowledge and a better worldly understanding - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
Always keep a positive attitude and go into it with an open mind, you'll get to try a lot more that way. It was absolutely worthwhile and I would go back in a heartbeat. - University of North Dakota View Entire Review
I never realized how oblivious I was to the world until I was immersed in a different culture where they are brought up being educated of world issues and cultures. Seriously so amazing and it sparked my love of travel and other cultures. Best choice I made throughout my college career. - University of Wisconsin - Stout View Entire Review
Yes defiantly! It made me a better person and more independent! It opened my eyes to new ideas and goals, possibly teaching in other countries! Every culture is different but when they come together you get something amazing! - University of Maine - Farmington View Entire Review
YES, very much so, I would do it again if i could. My future plans have been reinforced, I was unsure whether or not I wanted to continue to travel all over the world, but since I have spent these few months abroad, all of my ideas have surfaced, and I hope to elaborate upon them in years to come. - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
I was forced to open up far more when living somewhere totally on my own. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
Yes it was worthwhile. I learned a lot about myself and became more confident and independent as a person. - Washington State University View Entire Review
I gained a sense of independence and self-confidence. I now know so much more about myself and have a new drive to try crazy adventures! I want to continue doing things like this. - University of Northern Iowa View Entire Review
Somewhat worthwhile. I learned a bit about myself and what I want in life/ what types of places I would want to live in. - Clark University - Worcester View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with University of Stirling: Stirling - Direct Enrollment/Exchange
Wow. Okay, big question. I can't even begin describe how much I learned from my study abroad experience. I gained a lot of exposure to other countries/ cultures, traveled extensively, and performed well in new academic and social environments. I grew in courage and self-confidence. Now, I feel like I can travel just about anywhe... - Berea College View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with University of Stirling: Stirling - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
One of the biggest skills I gained through my travels is my ability to adapt. I know how to adapt to different surroundings, communicate through language barriers and interact with different cultures. The ability to adapt is so important in a work environment. - Central Michigan University View Entire Review
I learned to be more independent. It was completely worth it. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I definitely feel that it was worthwhile. I learned a lot about myself and about the world in general. It was amazing to have such an experience of independence and to see Europe. I did feel, though, that this particular program did not leave time for traveling as much as others which was disappointing. Although classes ended at... - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I learned all about different types of people and cultures. I think it was definitely rewarding and I would easily do it again. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
My experience was absolutely worthwhile. I gained better understanding of people my age from different countries. It really doesn't matter where you come from because many of us are still going through the same things. I also feel a lot more comfortable traveling alone as well as in Europe. People are very friendly and if you're... - Clark University View Entire Review
Going to a country by myself, not knowing anyone there, really forced me to be more independent and put myself out there. It helped me grow in confidence and try things I probably wouldn't have thought to try before. - University of North Dakota View Entire Review
Like i stated in my words of wisdom, it is America with an accent and more rain. The greatest gain the program got me was a new confidence in myself when facing adverse situations. It is sad that these adverse situations occurred from abysmal help and responsibility on Clark and Stirling's parts. - Clark University View Entire Review
It was very worthwhile. It was interesting to see how classes go in another country. The best part for me was sightseeing and visiting different cities throughout Scotland. - Illinois State University View Entire Review

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The University of Stirling is ranked in the top 2.5% of global higher education institutions and is best Scottish University and second best UK University for a 'good place to be' (International Student Barometer). We have high student satisfaction levels, a staff who enjoy their work and are committed to investing in your future and an excellent employability rate for our graduates. Graduates that have benefitted from our academically accredited undergraduate programmes and masters degrees. From a number of perspectives, academically and socially, Stirling regularly rates highly in surveys and offers a completely unique UK university experience.

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