We have more than 150 undergraduate courses across six schools serving 11,000 students from over 100 countries. With a focus on work-based learning, our courses give you the skills and experience to build the foundations of your career.
Choosing your course
Before applying you should explore all of Edinburgh Napier’s opportunities to find the course that suits you. For example
- What subjects excite and motivate you?
- What careers interest you?
- What are your strengths and abilities?
- Where would you like to live?
Spend some time researching your options online, for example at UCAS.
Find out more about our schools including information about staff, research, case studies, courses and the learning environment.
Everyone has different study habits, commitments and lifestyles, so we have a range of study options to suit you.
Our full-time undergraduate courses last for four years to achieve an Honours degree. You’ll typically study:
- three modules in each of the first two trimesters of your first three years
- two modules and an Honours project in year four
We offer a number of joint Honours degrees, allowing you to study two related subjects.
If you have a Higher National Certificate (HNC) or Higher National Diploma (HND) you may be able to apply directly to year two or three of a degree course.
To find out if you're eligible for advanced entry visit the courses section of our website for our entry requirements or email email@example.com for further information.
You’ll study the same modules and complete the same coursework as a full-time student, but over a longer period of time. You’ll generally come in to Edinburgh Napier for one day a week. An Honours degree will take around six years to complete part-time.
Identical in content to a part-time course, this option replaces campus attendance with specially developed printed and online learning materials. You can study at your own pace, in your own time.
This part-time option combines online learning with attendance at the occasional seminar or workshop on campus. It’s ideal if you want to organise your own time, but remain part of the on-campus learning environment.
Some courses are taught at colleges around Scotland, where you can enrol as an Edinburgh Napier student.
Whichever option you choose, you’ll have full access to all of our study resources and IT facilities:
We also provide support and advice before, during and after your studies to help you succeed.
Many of our courses are accredited by professional organisations, which means you'll get the right skills and experience for your future career.