Stirling put four goals past Birmingham during an impressive performance in the British Universities and Colleges Sport Premier North.
Stirling travelled to Birmingham for their sixth game of the campaign – and scored after just seven minutes when striker Kieran Hall fired home an impressive left-footed volley.
The home side equalised with a header on 31 minutes – sending the two teams in level at half-time.
The University started the second 45 on the front foot – but had to wait until the 70th minute to restore their advantage. Captain Angus Mailer flicked the ball into the net after Matthew Burrows headed a Calum Heath corner back into the box.
Jason Jarvis added a third for Stirling in the 90th minute before Mailer scored his second of the match in injury time – finishing well from the edge of the box.
Stirling sit third in BUCS Premier North – with four wins from six – and have three games in hand over second-placed Loughborough and two over league leaders Nottingham Trent.
The students return to competitive action on Saturday afternoon when they take on Berwick Rangers in the Lowland League at Forthbank.