You can follow the progress of your UCAS application on UCAS Track if you're applying to a full-time, on-campus course.
If you made your application directly to Edinburgh Napier, we’ll keep you up to date via email.
If you've applied through UCAS, they will send it to us for consideration. You can track your application and decisions made on UCAS Track.
You’ll also receive an acknowledgement email from us with an Edinburgh Napier application number. You may be asked for this if you contact us directly about your application. If you don't receive an acknowledgement email, please contact email@example.com.
Depending on your course, we might ask you to come to an interview, submit a portfolio or perform an audition before we can make you an offer. If this affects you, we’ll be in touch with details.
Receiving a decision
Following review of your application, we will make one of the following decisions:
- Unconditional offer: You have met all the entry requirements and have been offered a place on your chosen course.
Conditional offer: You have been offered a place if you meet specified conditions. We usually ask you to achieve certain results in your exams.
Unsuccessful: You have not been made an offer from us. Guidance teachers and careers advisers can talk you through your options if this happens.
For full-time applications, any offers you receive and any conditions of these offers will be communicated to you via UCAS. We will also send you an offer email, which provides you with additional information about the University and tells you how to respond to your offer.
Replying to our offer
If you decide to accept our offer, you need to do this on UCAS Track. UCAS will tell you the deadline that you need to make your choices by. You have three choices when replying to an offer:
- If you firmly accept an unconditional offer, this means you are confirmed to come to Edinburgh Napier University. This means you automatically decline all other offers.
- If you firmly accept a conditional offer, this means that we’ll confirm your place once we receive confirmation that you have met the conditions in our offer.
- If you choose us as your unconditional insurance choice, this normally means your place will automatically be confirmed with us if your firm choice university can't accept you.
- If you choose us as your conditional insurance choice, this means we’ll offer you a place if you meet the conditions, and if your firm choice can't accept.
You have chosen not to accept our offer.
Making a decision
You should consider all offers carefully before you make a decision. Once you accept an offer, you are committed to that course.
Once you are holding an unconditional firm offer of admission with us, we’ll send you a welcome pack. This will tell you when your first classes take place and what you need to do next.
Applicant visit days
We run applicant visit days in March for people who have received an offer to study at Edinburgh Napier.
This is your chance to find out a bit more about the course you've applied to, see where you'll be studying, and chat with current students to get a real taste of what it's like to learn here. Details of Applicant Visit Days will be included in your offer letter.
Feedback on unsuccessful applications
If you wish to receive feedback on an unsuccessful application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org within 20 days of receiving your decision or refer to our Admissions Policy on Feedback, Appeals and complaints.
How long will it take?
We appreciate that this is an anxious and exciting time, and we'll try to give you a decision as quickly as possible. However in high-demand subject areas, we may hold applications from suitably qualified candidates until we have received and considered all applications submitted by the 15 January deadline – this is to ensure all applications received by the deadline are given equal consideration.
For these subject areas a decision may take a bit longer, but all decisions on applications submitted by 15 January UCAS deadline will be made by 8 May.
If you have applied for more than one course, you’ll receive a separate decision for each. If you have a preference but have not indicated this in your personal statement, please email email@example.com and let us know which one you would prefer to study.
If your offer is for a place on a course that involves working with children or vulnerable adults, you'll be asked to join the Disclosure Scotland Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme before you start the course.
UCAS will tell you if you need to join the PVG scheme when you make your application.
Help and advice
If you have any queries, contact the undergraduate admissions team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0333 900 6040.