About Edinburgh Napier University
Edinburgh Napier University is a modern, ambitious, innovative and public university in Edinburgh, Scotland’s vibrant historical capital. It is one of the largest higher education institutions in Scotland with nearly 13,000 students including almost 4,000 international students from over 100 countries making it a truly international University with 31 % of students coming from overseas. University and has three main campus located across Scotland’s capital city.
Sighthill Campus is home to the Schools of Life, Sport & Social Sciences and Nursing, Midwifery & Social Care, providing a modern, purpose-built premier teaching and learning facility. Merchiston Campus houses the Schools of; Arts & Creative Industries, Computing and Engineering & the Built Environment Craiglockhart Campus is home to the University’s Business School and features acoustically advanced lecture theatres and multimedia language labs.
Edinburgh Napier offers a huge variety of industry relevant undergraduate degrees and more than 100 postgraduate courses, with taught and research opportunities. Its unique and practical programmes are created in collaboration with industry and are taught by academics and industry professionals who are experts in their fields. This helps provide you with practical skills and insights crucial for securing graduate employment. The strong links with industry mean work-related learning for the majority of the students, from internships and work shadowing to live projects and experiences abroad. Edinburgh is a vibrant place to live with four universities that attract over 100,000 students. Scotland's inspiring capital deserves its reputation as one of the most beautiful locations in the world and tops the list of European cities where people I would most like to live. The city of Edinburgh has been a hub of culture, education, history and innovation for centuries. For students, the city creates an unforgettable experience and provides opportunities to make the most of your education. The University is the largest UK provider of higher education in Hong Kong and has further transnational educational partnerships in China, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Singapore and Switzerland.
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Lynsey Sharp – athletics.
Catriona Shearer – BBC broadcaster.
Carol Kirkwood – BBC weather presenter.
Gordon Smart – Scottish journalist and radio DJ.
Mark Robertson – rugby player, Olympic silver medallist.
Chris Paterson – rugby player.
Robyn Love – wheelchair basketball player and Paralympian.
Rory Douglas-Speed – actor and star of Hollyoaks.
David Eustace – photographer and University Chancellor.