Edinburgh Napier University • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Edinburgh Napier University's roots can be traced back to 1964, when it first opened its doors to 800 students, under the name of Napier Technical College. Nowadays, it has grown into an excellent education provider that is home to over 19,500 students that come from over 140 countries to study in the beautiful city of Edinburgh in Scotland. The university is named after John Napier, a brilliant 16th-century mathematician and philosopher. At Edinburgh Napier University, students can choose whether they want to study at the Business School, School of Applied Sciences, School of Arts & Creative Industries, School of Computing, School of Engineering & the Built Environment, or at the School of Health & Social Care. Each of those schools is an expert in its fields. The campus is modern and has state-of-the-art facilities, academics, researchers and international ties.
Speaking of international- studying at Edinburgh Napier is a multicultural learning experience. Students are part of a global community of more than 4,000 international students that are spread across the campus. Edinburgh Napier offers a wide range of course at undergraduate, postgraduate level, as well as graduate apprenticeships and online courses. Having a global outlook is very important to Edinburgh Napier, therefore students and staff are encouraged to take part in work placements, study, or volunteer programmes abroad.