Offer Holder Visit Days are an excellent opportunity for you to find out more about our Biological Sciences courses and make a decision on your Undergraduate offer of study offer from us.
Throughout the day, you will be able to meet your lecturers, see the facilities and find out more about student life at Edinburgh Napier University.
Biological Sciences students spend much of their time developing their knowledge in our purpose built laboratories. Our on-campus labs are stocked with the latest equipment such as a Flow Cytometer and Confocal Microscope which will allow you to hit the ground running when you graduate. We have a partnership with St Abbs Marine Station in Berwickshire gives students the opportunity to engage in exciting research on current and future challenges to coastal and marine environments. All of our Biosciences courses are accredited by the Royal Society of Biology, which proves you have the industry-level knowledge employers are looking for. We also have a dynamic environment of active researchers which means you will be taught the very latest thinking by lecturers who are pushing back the boundaries of knowledge.
During this day we will showcase our academic provision, show you round our campus and specialist teaching and research facilities giving you a true sense of what we offer.
Offer Holder Visit Days are by invitation only, and for those who have received an offer to study with us for an undergraduate degree in 2019 or 2020.
We will notify those who have registered for the event when the programme is available to view online which will allow you time to prepare your visit.
Student Accommodation will not be available to view on the day as our current students will be preparing for Semester exams and assessments. However, we will have Accommodation staff on campus to discuss your new home this September!
Please note that your invitation to this event does not guarantee you a place on your chosen course and you must keep up to date with any decisions that are made regarding your application(s) via Track on the UCAS website.