Entry requirements, scholarships and keeping in touch for students from Pakistan.
Students from Pakistan would generally be required an International Foundation Programme to be considered for entry to year one of our bachelor courses. We have a partner college, Edinburgh International College (EIC), who are located on our University campus, and offer pathway foundation programmes on our bachelor courses.
You can find more information about EIC and the courses at www.eic.navitas.com.
You would study year one with EIC and then transfer to complete years two, three and four at Edinburgh Napier University.
They offer a number of pathway programmes onto our bachelor programmes.
Students will be eligible to apply if they have gained a four year bachelor degree from an HEC recognized University with 60%/2.4 GPA or above.
We will also consider three year bachelor degrees from an HEC recognized University with 60%/2.4 GPA or above if students have at least two years relevant work experience. Students with a Masters degree (completed after a two or three year Bachelor degree) will also be eligible to apply if they have gained at least 60%/2.4 GPA or above.
Students from Pakistan are required to sit an English language test to gain entry to the University.
Find the approved English tests and scores we accept on our English Language Requirements page.
We also offer various pre-sessional English language programmes for applicants who have test results below the programme requirement.
Some courses may require a higher English language score. Please search for the course you're interested in to find out more.
Students from Pakistan are considered for our South Asia Scholarship and there are a number of different scholarships available to help reduce the cost of studying at Edinburgh Napier University.
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