The University of Stirling program offers a multitude of general education courses as well as upper division curriculum in many fields during both semester and summer terms.
Students will earn 15 credits during a fall/spring semester at University of Stirling.
Students may choose from a number of major and general education course offerings. Some of the disciplines include but are not limited to Business, Communications, Computer Science, English, Environmental Studies, History, Kinesiology & Recreation, Politics, Psychology, and Sociology
Host University Website: Please see the host university's website for the most up to date course offerings.
Course Equivalencies: Many courses available at University of Stirling have already been evaluated for ISU credit. Please see the Course Equivalency guide for more information.
Grade Conversion and Credit Transfer: Grading and credit conversions for University of Stirling have already been evaluated for ISU credit. Please see the Academics page for a guide to Grade Conversions and Credit Transfers.
Stirling, an ancient fortress town, is less than a one hour car ride from the capital city of Edinburgh.
University of Stirling is a mid-sized university with a student population of approximately 11,000 students from over 100 countries.
Students who study at the University of Stirling will be placed in residence halls.
Official program dates are listed on each semester’s Estimated Budget
To see how this program compares, view the Illinois State budget .
Did you know there are scholarship opportunities specifically for students studying abroad in the United Kingdom?
Visit the scholarship page to explore additional funding opportunities.
Finance Major, Environmental Studies Minor
Spring 2016 Participant