Fees and Scholarships

Outlined below are the fees and scholarships for ENUIC. If you need more information please contact us at pathways@oxfordinternational.com

2024/25 Course Fees

International Stage One
Biosciences Sep/Jan £16,595
Business Sep/Jan £14,595 
Computing Sep/Jan £14,895
Digital Media Sep/Jan £14,895
Engineering Sep/Jan £16,595
Mass Communications Sep/Jan £14,595
International Stage Two
Business Sep £15,195
Computing Sep/Jan £15,595
International Incorporated Masters - One Term
Arts & Creative Industries June £8,995 
Business Sep/Apr/Jun £8,995
Healthcare  Sep/Apr/Jun  £8,995 
Computing  Sep/Apr/Jun   £9,595 
International Incorporated Masters - Two Term
Business Jan/Apr £11,795
Healthcare Jan/Apr/Jun £11,795
Computing  Jan/Apr £12,095


2024/25 Progression scholarships

Progression scholarships available for students moving into a degree from all our pathway routes*. These are available for students from all countries and are automatic on application.

ENU progression scholarships, applied to each year of study:

Biosciences  £3,000 per year
Business*  £3,000 per year
Computing  £3,000 per year
Digital Media  £3,000 per year
Engineering  £3,000 per year
Mass Communications   £3,000 per year
Arts & Creative Industries  £3,000 per year  
Business*         £3,000 per year 
Computing  £3,000 per year
Healthcare  £3,000 per year 

*except BA (Hons) Business Management and MSc International Business Management

To be eligible for a 2024/25 progression scholarship you must have enrolled on an ENUIC course that started in the 24/25 academic session.



ENUIC students have access to Capitol Students accommodation, easily accessible to the Merchiston campus. You'll find clean, modern student accommodation in shared flats, where you'll live with other Edinburgh Napier students.

Living costs

You'll need enough money to pay for your fees and living costs while studying in Edinburgh.

The living costs requirement for international students is set by UK Visas and Immigration. For Edinburgh it's £1,023 per month.

Visit our international students section for more information on Visas and Immigration.

Living costs will vary depending on individual budgets and lifestyles. We recommend you try and create a monthly budget to keep track of your spending.

The Edinburgh Napier Students' Association have advice and resources on what life is really like at Edinburgh Napier.

Students will often take on part-time work opportunities to support their studies and lifestyle. You can find out more information about such opportunities via our careers team and the number of hours you are permitted to work as a Tier 4 visa student from the UK Council for International Student Affairs.

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At OIEG we aim to get back to all applications and enquiries within two working days. If you require any assistance or have any questions please get in touch with us at pathways@oxfordinternational.com