Once you have completed your online application, we'll send you an acknowledgement to show we have received it.
We will consider your application and decide whether it is:
- successful and unconditional (you meet the entry criteria and a space is available for you)
- successful and conditional (you still need to complete a qualification required for entry)
As soon as you receive confirmation of your qualifications, please send a copy to email@example.com or Admissions Services, Merchiston Campus, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, EH10 5DT.
Some courses require you to send in a portfolio, attend an interview or perform an audition before an offer can be made. If this affects you, we will be in touch with details.
Once you receive your offer, you will need to confirm whether you will accept or decline the offer by returning the response slip on your letter.
You should apply as early as possible. This is particularly important for courses with a quota of funded places, as these are very popular.
If want to study at university but don't have the usual entry requirements, an access course may be your answer.
Access courses help prepare you for studying at University and are run by local colleges throughout Scotland. You can study a variety of subjects relevant to the degree course you want to join, either on a full-time or part-time basis.
Visit the Scottish Wider Access Programme website for a list of east Scotland access courses.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you need any help with choosing a course or preparing your application, or if you want to discuss the qualifications required to meet the entry requirements.
If you have any questions regarding the application process or an offer which has been made please contact the admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0333 900 6040 (or for international students +44 (0)131 455 2878) for postgraduate queries.
Codes of practice
The below documents will help you to understand how we run admissions, how decisions are made, and what to do if you need to make an appeal or complaint.