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Stirling is a city in central Scotland located northwest of Edinburgh and northeast of Glasgow. It is large enough to provide everything you'd expect from a fairly contemporary city while also providing a communal vibe. The city also provides students with excellent multi-cultural possibilities because it accommodates students from all over the world. Stirling is the cheapest student city in the UK, with a lower cost of living than most other places.

Stirling, named the safest city in the UK by The Complete University Guide 2019, is a place where you can unwind and enjoy your university studies. It is also the ideal place to explore the rest of Scotland and the United Kingdom during your major international study experience, with rapid railway links to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Regardless of where you find your student accommodation in Stirling, you can easily commute to your university. The city hosts a stunning and historic location for the renowned Stirling University which attracts students from all across the globe.

The lively town, which has a population of about 100,000, provides a wonderful community for city living with its bounty. Budget-friendly student rooms, private studio halls, en-suite rooms, and student flats in Stirling are popular alternatives to the university halls of residence. Student housing in Stirling is well-equipped with a variety of facilities and community amenities, providing students with a multitude of options for settling in and living comfortably.

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Student Accommodation In Stirling

Finding suitable student accommodation in Stirling might be a tedious endeavour, but it is not impossible. Stirling provides a plethora of low-cost student housing options with uber-comfort at a fair price. Stirling has some of the most inexpensive student housing in the UK.  

There are many comfortable, elegant, yet affordable en-suites, studios, and shared flats to select from. Stirling student flats range in price from £80 per week to £200 per week, including all costs. Students can also choose from university-provided student residences or student halls in Stirling. However, these student houses are extremely pricey and may lack the facilities and other student privileges that private student accommodation in Stirling provides. So do your homework to discover the ideal student housing in Stirling.

The city of London offers everything from upscale student housing to low-cost student housing. Stirling's student hostels are all designed with the student’s comfort in mind. There is something for everyone in the city. Student accommodation in Stirling is further subdivided into halls of residence, private halls of residence, and private dwellings. There are other accommodation choices for students searching for short-term rentals in Stirling. Booking short-term housing in London is significantly easier than in any other city in the United Kingdom.

About Stirling

Stirling is the next lovely home, a city formed by its own history, with a vibrant cultural scene and the grandeur of a nearby national park. It is difficult to resist the city's temptations. With a population of about 100,000 people, the vibrant town offers a wonderful community for city living with its delicacies. When you visit Stirling, you might not want to leave. Don't just take my word for it: studying at the University of Stirling is a memorable experience. For its campus atmosphere, the institution ranks first in the United Kingdom and fifth in the world. With our safest Stirling accommodation options, you can always acquire student rooms, student flats, private studio halls, and en-suite apartments at low prices.

Student Housing In Stirling

Universities provide outstanding amenities that are used by both domestic and foreign students. Stirling’s universities, with their wide halls, also provide superb accommodation. There is also sufficient provision for students who choose private student accommodation in Stirling. Off-campus, there's plenty for students to do, with fantastic nightlife options such as clubs and restaurants, and for those who want to explore a little further. Here you will discover information on UniAcco's private student accommodation in Stirling, including student houses in Stirling and much more.

Best Places To Stay In Stirling

UniAcco offers many options for student accommodation in Stirling. The locations of these private student housing in Stirling are very affordable and are located close to your university.

  • Riverside Quay - Riverside Quay provides contemporary student housing in Stirling's attractive city centre. The student housing is conveniently located between the university and the town centre, and the train station is only a 5-minute walk away. Take a bus and you'll be at the University of Stirling in no time.
  • Centro House - Centro House offers a variety of shared apartments and facilities such as a common area, study room, TV (community), kitchen, microwave, desk & chair, and WiFi speeds of up to 1 Gbps.
  • Carters Yard - Located in the heart of Stirling, just a 20-minute bus journey from the University of Stirling, Carters Yard offers fresh new student housing.

Cost Of Living In Stirling

  Expense  Monthly Cost (GBP) 
  Off-Campus Accommodation   640
  On-Campus Accommodation   464
  Food (60 meals)     405
  Utilities  179
  Transportation  100
  Groceries  60
  Entertainment  30
  Clothes  24

 

The following expenses must be considered while creating your student budget at your student accommodation in Stirling:

  • Cost (the rent for two semesters of university accommodation at Stirling ranges from £3,458 to £7,069. This covers utilities, WiFi, bedding and bed linen, insurance, housekeeping aid, and staff support 24 hours a day, seven days a week.)
  • Utility bills if residing in a private residence
  • Travel to and from your lodging, as well as back home
  • Food 
  • Books 
  • Phone
  • Toiletries
  • Clothing 
  • Leisure

Stirling Transportation

The city also has transit connections that connect it to neighbouring cities. There are three modes of transportation available: bus, train, and student coaches. The university's immediate vicinity is well-connected to the city by public transportation, and students may easily go to any part of the city. In addition, the Stirling Train Station is only a 4-minute walk away. The fares are also not too expensive.

  • Bus - Travelling by bus will cost you $3.50 each day.
  • Train - A daily trip on rail lines will cost you around $9.10.

Stirling Attractions

The National Wallace Monument

Stirling's well-known monument honours the life of patriot and martyr Sir William Wallace. The National Wallace Monument, located atop Abbey Craig just outside Stirling, overlooks the site of Wallace's greatest victory, the Battle of Stirling Bridge. The Monument's display galleries recount the tale of how the fight was fought and won, as well as the legacy Wallace left behind. Wallace's famed battle-sword and panoramic views from the top of the 220ft tower are highlights.

Stirling Castle

The magnificent Stirling Castle with its Royal Palace – the famous walls steeped in planning and intrigue, as well as the Chapel Royal, the Regimental Museum, and enough for younger tourists – are absolute must-sees. This majestic stronghold rewards your trek up Stirling town's cobblestone main street with excellent views across picturesque Stirlingshire landscape from its rocky eyrie.

Argyll’s Lodging

A bit outside the castle walls is the 17th century Argyll's Lodging, Scotland's finest townhouse of its sort. This amazing house, designed as the home of a nobleman in the Royal Court, features vast chambers, great artwork, superb antique furnishings, and evocative reproduced kitchens.

The Church of the Holy Rude

Another jewel in the city's crown is the Church of the Holy Rude, which is also adjacent to the castle. The Church, Stirling's second oldest building, was founded in the 12th century and enjoys a magnificent perch on the city's tallest hill. The Church of the Holy Rude was the site of James VI's coronation in 1567, which was presided over by revolutionary theologian John Knox. In this invitingly accessible city, you can truly walk in the footsteps of history and history-makers.

Battle of Bannockburn Experience

Immerse yourself in the Battle of Bannockburn Experience to spice up the action. You'll feel like you're in the middle of mediaeval conflict on the fateful day when the king fought the king and Robert the Bruce changed the direction of Scottish history, thanks to modern 3D technology.

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