More about the INTO University of Stirling Centre
The heart of your international study experience will be in the INTO Center at the University of Stirling. Equipped with modern learning facilities, this is where most of your classes will take place. You’ll also find social spaces around the building to unwind with friends, as well as quiet places for independent study.
Located right at the center of campus, you'll be part of the University community from day one. As an INTO student, you'll also have access to the University’s 24/7 Library Study Zone and a free membership to the impressive Sports Center on campus.
You’ll receive dedicated support and find all the academic resources you need to succeed in your studies in the INTO Center, including:
- a welcome desk with helpful staff, open Monday to Friday from 8:30am–5:30pm
- a large, multipurpose lecture theater seating 110 students for university-style classes
- modern classrooms with interactive whiteboards
- an INTO Café serving international food
- academic counselling rooms for one-to-one student support
- social spaces around the INTO Centre to take a break with friends.
Access study support materials, such as books, journals and newspapers, at the Learning Resource Center (LRC). There are also computer and printing facilities and friendly staff on-hand to help with computing issues. If you can't find a resource here, you'll also have access to the University of Stirling's library which has thousands of books and electronic resources.
INTO Stirling's large, multipurpose lecture theater seats up to 110 students and is the perfect opportunity for you to experience lecture-style classes before progressing to university. This flexible space also hosts student events such as presentations, open days and graduation celebrations.
INTO Stirling's INTO Café, Umami, has a menu of exciting meals from all over the world. Prepared live at cooking stations, Umami serves fresh and healthy food, with the menu often including:
- Indian curries
- Thai curries
- Malaysian curries
- sweet and sour pork or vegetables
- bao buns and gyozas
- pho soups.
Umami also serves Costa Coffee and cold drinks and is open Monday to Friday from 9am–5pm.
Centre director: Sandy Tippett
Centre address: INTO University of Stirling, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA
Telephone: +44 1786 466 255
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