University of Stirling Students Help SME’s Grow – Is your business next?

If you are interested in getting some support from one of our University of Stirling students, we are inviting you to submit part-time volunteering placement project ideas to start in January 2023 for the following subjects:

  • MSc Psychology Conversion Course (160 hours)
  • Undergraduate Law (30 hours)
  • Undergraduate Arts & Humanities (30 hours)

Please view our student consultancy placements and projects webpages for more information, which include proposal forms to submit any project ideas you have.

We are also now sourcing MSc student consultancy projects around strategy, growth, business analytics and marketing from June – August 2023 for MSc students. Please contact Dr Eunice Atkins ( ) if you would like to discuss any potential project ideas.

Caroline Laurenson from TL Tech created her Kindspace wellness app for the Amazon Alexa during the pandemic, with support from one of our students on our undergraduate psychology placement module.

”As a small tech start-up company we have limited resources and the team wears a lot of hats, so it was great to have the student’s expertise to help with our development work of the Kindspace wellbeing check-in questions and tips database and also bring some new ideas to life.” 

Caroline Laurenson, Managing Director, TL Tech


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