Student Accommodation is now full.  

If you are looking for accommodation, please make use of our Private Sector Support Service which is open at our Merchiston Campus in the Glass room, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm until 25 September.


We have around 1,500 bed spaces for 2015/16.  We guarantee an offer of accommodation to eligible students who apply before the guarantee date of noon on 19 August 2015 (extended to noon on 20 August).  You will need to hold an unconditional firm offer before you can apply.  

You will also need your Edinburgh Napier Number, this will be on your offer email/letter from the University.  If you don't have it, you can look it up here using your UCAS code

Rent ranges from £105 - £143 per week depending on allocation, and covers heating, electricity, internet and basic contents insurance. 

Accommodation offered

If the University portfolio of accommodation is full, we will offer you a place in carefully selected third-party accommodation, which may be more expensive than our advertised rents.

If you refuse this offer of accommodation, we will not be able to offer you alternative accommodation. We reserve the right to modify these arrangements as we deem appropriate, without notice.  

Win a year's free accommodation - visit our Competition page for more details.

​Get to know the Edinburgh Napier students featured in our video

Georgi Karapeev                                                                                                                                                                  
Top tips for new students: Make sure you find a good balance between uni work and your actual professional experience: both are important, but different. Find out what is the life you would like to lead and what personal skills and qualities you will need for that. Know what you want to study and find a way to do it. You wouldn’t believe how many opportunities you can find if you’re just brave enough.
Gloria, Cheung Wing Yee
Top tips for new students: Don't be shy about meeting new people and making more friends. Work-life balance is very important at university. Therefore, it is essential to have a good time management! Work hard, play hard!
Kathryn Rezai                                                    
Top tips for new students: Enjoy Edinburgh - it is a beautiful city with lots of exciting things to experience. In your first year you should not only focus on the start of your career, but also enjoy your surroundings. It really is a perfect city to both study and reside in. As for study life I recommend you take advantage of the facilities and services Edinburgh Napier provides. There are a variety of academic, career-building and professional development sessions available, and all are paramount to excelling in your career path. 
From working as Programme Rep for the Napier Students Association, to working as a Student Ambassador, and Senior Resident for student accommodation, as well as securing a work experience placement in year three, it is safe to say that Edinburgh Napier can developed your skillset and experience to a great extent. 
Onyebuchiibie Chinwuba
Top tips for new students: Do not let only the University to pass through you, rather strive to also pass through the University. It is totally worth it!