Accounting & Finance involves so much more than crunching numbers. All of our accounting courses are accredited by major UK accounting institutes, and your eligibility for exemptions from many of those institutes’ exams means you’ll be professionally qualified sooner than most.
Scotland’s Festival City is the perfect place to study acting, and our aim is both to deliver a truly unique learning experience, and to take full advantage of our location in one of the most culturally vibrant cities in the world.
Our Biosciences courses allow you to specialise in certain areas as you discover what you enjoy. All courses are taught in an applied way, giving you the most-up-to-date skills in your chosen area whether it’s field or lab work.
Our courses are designed around academic and professional skills so you’ll be fully prepared for the industry once you graduate. During your studies you’ll cover surveying, architectural technology and design, along with an introduction to construction practices.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for a flying start to your career or to venture out on your own. Either way, studying any one of our business and management programmes will give you an excellent grounding for what’s ahead.
Computing is a field as vast as it is versatile. Our diverse degree programmes mean that you can identify a specialist area right from the start. You’ll be taught by professors who are industry experts.
We are the only Scottish university with a Policing degree, we offer you the opportunity to study abroad and all courses are informed by our staff’s own research. This includes areas such as health and illness, gender and migration, face recognition, jury decision making, policing, imprisonment, victimisation and restorative justice.
Our students are winning industry awards before they graduate. How good is that? Design isn’t just about making things look nice. To be a great designer you need passion, commitment and, of course, creativity. What will you create?
Engineers have the potential to improve the way we live, work, travel and more. At Edinburgh Napier we have strong industry links and work closely with working professionals who give regular guest lectures on live projects, share industry insights and help you secure employment after graduation.
JK Rowling, Irvine Welsh, Ian Rankin – Edinburgh’s literary credentials are impressive indeed. Our English courses are unique and have a focus on modern literature, nurturing an awareness of literature’s relevance to the world today. You’ll learn valuable critical and theoretical skills in world’s first UNESCO City of Literature, helping prepare you for a career in an exciting and diverse range of cultural and creative industries.
Our courses give you both in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience. You’ll come away with all the technical and creative skills and practices you need to get ahead. And thanks to our industry focus you could follow in the footsteps of some of our graduates who work for Sky, STV and shows like Outlander.
A Scots law degree is not only the first step towards qualifying as a solicitor in Scotland but is also an excellent springboard to many other careers. Innovative initiatives like our student-run Law Clinic offers the unique opportunity to gain experience in advising real clients.
Trends, tastes and technology are always changing and marketing has to adapt to keep up. Our course keeps things contemporary by giving you access to people who currently work in the industry, but also backing this up with the theory that will help you to thrive. With work placements and the option to study abroad you will be well networked and work-ready when you graduate.
Choose your pathway through performance, composition, research and the wider music industry, and tailor your degree to your interests and aspirations. You’ll learn from lecturers who are practicing performers, composers, conductors, music therapists, musicologists, sound engineers and songwriters. Our students have gone on to perform all over the world with bands like Mogwai and to manage groups like Idlewild.
It’s about keen minds that understand that exercise is one of the most underrated medical tools of our age. Whether you want to help sufferers of long-term illnesses keep moving or train elite athletes, we have courses to suit anyone passionate about the subject.
Where better to study tourism, or festival and events than the Festival City itself? Edinburgh Napier offers one of the most respected tourism courses in Scotland and has strong links to this vibrant and diverse industry. Find out more on the study area page.
Registered veterinary nurses are currently in short supply. So get your career in caring for animals off to a great start by enrolling on our programme. You will be eligible to register as a vet nurse with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as soon as you graduate – so you can start working straight away.