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”.
|Mr. Alan Somerville
Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching, Stirling Management School
“Our undergraduate top-up degrees in Management and Marketing provide students with an insight into modern, industry relevant management practices. Our innovative teaching, and wide range of assessments across the programmes, allow students to work together in groups, as well as individually; this gives our students the opportunity to develop the skills required for working in sustainable businesses across the globe”.
|Ms. Tiffany Pang
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Marketing (2016-17)
“I hesitated whether I should apply a degree course in part-time mode because my working hours were too irregular to attend lessons to be conducted in evening. Despite so, I discovered that the full-time one-year top-up degree course with Honours offered by LIFE was suitable for me to quickly complete the course for returning to the workplace with an important role in a short time, so that I applied for this programme.”
|Mr. Ian Lee
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Management (2016-17)
“I have promoted to study the Bachelor of Science with Honours in Management in LIFE collaborative with the University of Stirling after I completed my Higher Diploma in Hospitality (Hotel Operation) upon the 2+1 articulation arrangement. The one-year programme is excellent to me that it enables me to staff off my career earlier.”
|Date:||17 May 2017 (Wed)|
|Time:||10:00a.m. – 12:30p.m.|
|Venue:||New Academic Block (NAB), Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, N.T.|
|Content:||Programme Introduction and Academic Advising|