Situated in one of the most student-friendly cities of the United Kingdom, Napier University is home to more than 2,000 international students from as many as 70 different countries.
To enable students to kiss success in the modern competitive job market, Napier offers a host of creatively designed courses, flexible study methods, and accessible routes to higher education.
A choice of over 300 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are in offer at Napier, which can be studied full-time, part-time, by distance learning and via the Internet.
The courses offered include â€” Engineering, Computing, and Creative Industries; Health Life and Social Sciences; Lifelong Learning and Educational Development, and Business.
In 2002, Napier managed to score top grades among other new Scottish Universities in Accounting, Law and Computing in the Quality Assessment Agencyâ€™s new Subject Reviews.
Criteria to get in
To apply, you need to produce score of 5.5 or above in IELTS or 527 (paper-based)/ 197(computer-based) or above in TOEFL for undergraduate courses. For graduate courses, the requirement is 6 or above in IELTS or 550 (paper-based) /213 (computer-based) or above in TOEFL.
The expected living expenses is Â£5,000-Â£7,000 per year. This includes accommodation, food and local travel. The expenses will vary according to the wants and fashion of an individual.
How to apply
Application through Universities and Colleges Admission Service (UCAS) is mandatory for all undergraduate courses. Most graduate courses start in late September, while some courses also start in February.
Applications for graduate courses are accepted throughout the year, although it is suggested that students apply as early as possible.
Applicants can chose to apply online at www.napier.ac.uk/postgraduate/, or download the application form from www.napier.ac.uk/downloads.
(For detailed information, visit www.napier.ac.uk)