A student who carried out a sex attack on a sleeping girl in his hall of residence room has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.
Sentence was passed on Mvula at the High Court in Edinburgh
Jailing Malawi-born Frank Mvula, 22, Judge Roderick Macdonald told him he would be sent to prison for a "nasty" offence.
The judge also said he would recommend that Mvula should be deported at the end of his jail term.
He had been studying at Stirling University on a student visa.
An earlier trial heard how Mvula had invited the 18-year-old first-year student up to his room after they met up, by chance, on Stirling University's campus during a Saturday night out.
The High Court in Edinburgh heard that she later woke, in pain, to find Mvula committing a serious sex assault.
The attack ended when she pushed him off and fled, the court heard.
Passing sentence, the judge said: "She was the worse for drink and when she fell asleep you took advantage of her.
"Your victim was very distressed immediately afterwards."
Mvula was in the third year of a marketing course at Stirling University at the time of the incident on 13 April, 2003.