Philosophy is concerned with studying general and specific questions about existence, knowledge, values, logic, mind and languages. Studying Philosophy lets you try to make sense of the world around us, other people or ourselves by using rational arguments.
Religion spans history, influences cultures and plays a major role in shaping today’s political landscape. Explore how the meaning of “Religion” differs around the world, and how it is practised in society.
Philosophy courses at Stirling give you breadth and variety by studying many different topics such as metaphysics, individual philosophers, moral philosophy, rationalism, and environmental ethics. We're ranked Top 5 in Scotland for Philosophy (Guardian University Guide 2022).
Religion at the University of Stirling is studied as a combined degree with one of 10 other subjects including
Studying Philosophy or Religion will help you to develop a strong set of critical, imaginative and informed reasoning skills.
If you have taken the Higher in Religious, Moral, and Philosophical Studies, then a good way to pursue an interest in religion,