Select from the topics below to find out all you need to know about coming to Scotland to start your studies at Edinburgh Napier.
A visa (sometimes referred to as ‘Entry Clearance’) gives you permission to enter the UK.
This page lists frequently asked questions about CAS.
If you are applying for UK immigration and will study for less than 6 months, you can apply for a Standard Visitor visa.
This section outlines the responsibilities of those applying for a Student Route Visa to study at Edinburgh Napier.
It is important that, as an international student, you comply with the UK immigration regulations during your registration at the University.
Anyone applying for a UK visa from overseas which will be valid for longer than 6 months are required to collect a Biometric Residence Permit.
You can apply for a Short-term study visa to study English language in the UK.
Only foreign nationals aged 16 or over from selected countries are required to register with the police while living in the UK.
All overseas Student Route visa applicants can expect to receive a short credibility interview at the beginning of the decision making process.
In addition to the visa application fee applicants are also required to pay an immigration health charge (IHS).
The visa process is an application - and sometimes applications can be refused.
ATAS (the Academic Technology Approval Scheme) is a scheme by which the UK government screens students from outside Europe.
Only Student Route Visa Students are permitted to ask their dependants to join them in the UK.
Information for International students on the use of e-Gates and border control
Contact our Visa and International Support team to get qualified advice on the visa process, or support with immigration questions.You can call, text or WhatsApp using the following numbers: +44 770 434 3924+44 797 124 9291+44 797 124 9290