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  • CITY: Formally the capital of Scotland, Stirling is a relatively safe city with a brimming and young population. This city is central Scotland, so connecting other cities like Glasgow and Edinburgh will not be a challenge, either by road or rail. There are lots of student jobs in this city in retail, healthcare, hospitality, customer service, cleaning, and warehouse. These roles are student friendly, accommodating the 20hr per week work limit.
  • TUITION: The average tuition for postgraduate international students is £16,000 with scholarship available for international students and a convenient payment plan. This figure though is susceptible to changes depending on course of study and year of entry. Most specialised courses usually have a slightly higher tuition fee than most
  • STANDARD OF LIVING: The average cost of a single room in this city is £400 per calendar month while the average cost of a 2-bedroom house or flat is £700 (this in turn is also dependant on whether it is furnished or unfurnished). With the current world change and rise in Inflation most areas have experienced an increase in price. For example, cost of housing, feeding and most basic amenities like electricity and gas prices have gone up.
  • BRIEF: The university has a breath-taking campus and was ones named one of Britain’s most beautiful campuses. The school has a global reputation for high-quality teaching and research, and as a result, flexible learning is encouraged. Many of their courses offer hands-on experience and unique opportunities to work with industries across the globe.


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