University of Stirling was founded by Royal Charter in 1967 in Scotland with a mission of being “a University of distinction that is ambitious, accessible and self-reliant, and whose purpose is to develop these qualities in our students, staff and the communities we serve.” It ranked 384th in QS World University Rankings and 39th in the Complete University Guide in 2016/17.
It is one of the UK’s leading research universities in the fields of health and wellbeing, the environment and people, culture and society, enterprise and the economy, and sport. In learning and teaching, it aims at delivering high-quality programmes that produce intellectually able graduates who are highly sought after by employers.
|Professor Sharon Bolton
Dean of Stirling Management School
“Stirling Management School is an established leader in the delivery of innovative education for students who will live and work in the global community. We believe we make a difference by supporting a sustainable future for business and society. Students are provided with opportunities to develop leadership skills, vital for effective and resilient managers, in businesses and organisations across the world. Our graduates are highly sought after by employers looking for professionals with contemporary management and problem-solving skills”.
|Dr. Darren McGuire
International Partnership Director of Stirling Management School
“Stirling Management School is in the top 25% in the UK for research, and our individual Divisions are highly ranked for teaching quality. In my role as International Partnership Director, I hope to share learning and build on our successful collaborative work, to ensure our students continue to achieve their full potential.”
|Ms. Tiffany Pang
Graduate of Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Marketing 2017
“I was honoured and lucky to join LIFE. It was a very special school life experience for me. This 1-year programme allowed me to start my career earlier. Face to face teaching in Hong Kong by lecturers from University of Stirling was so great because it made us know more about UK learning mode.”
|Mr. Ian Lee
Graduate of Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Management 2017
“Thanks to LIFE’s 2+1 Articulation Pathway, I was able to secure my seat in the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Management programme offered by the University of Stirling in collaboration with LIFE after I had completed the Higher Diploma in Hospitality (Hotel Operation). The programme was quite condensed and I had to make great efforts to cope with the curriculum. Fortunately, studying at the Lingnan University main campus made it easier for me to adapt. Also, I could enjoy the learning facilities and amenities..”