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International Foundation in Nursing

University of Stirling

Prepare to enter Year 1 of a 4 or 5-year undergraduate nursing degree at the University of Stirling. The International Foundation program combines comprehensive academic preparation with English language support, equipping you with the skills you need to train for your healthcare career.

The University of Stirling is ranked 6th Scotland for Nursing (The Complete University Guide 2025) and 94% of graduates are working or pursuing further studies 15 months after completing the course. The university also partners with NHS Forth Valley to ensure its nursing courses remain clinically excellent, meaning you’ll receive the best possible training.

Nursing is a competitive subject, so places are limited – and you’ll need to successfully pass the following before you can start your nursing degree:

  • all compulsory pathway modules
  • a faculty interview
  • an occupational health review.

Key Information

  • Secure your place at the University of Stirling: 6th in Scotland for Nursing (The Complete University Guide 2025).
  • Improve your English language skills to the level required for the nursing degree.
  • Meet and interact with students on the nursing degree to enhance your learning experience.
  • Broaden your knowledge by attending lectures at the University of Stirling during your pathway program.
  • Learn in an engaging environment via a range of different methods including lectures, seminars, workshops, group discussions and practical activities.
  • Benefit from expert support services and staff dedicated to helping international students succeed at the University of Stirling.

Course Details

International Foundation in Nursing

University of Stirling

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