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Edinburgh Napier University
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Language of studies English
from £ 11900.00 / 2 semesters
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BACHELOR

Programs for obtaining a diploma and a bachelor's degree are provided in the following specialties:

  • Finance and accounting
  • Business Management
  • Urban Engineering
  • Electroengineering
  • Business Studies
  • Computer science
  • Engineering Sciences
  • Hospitality Technology
  • Life Sciences and Health
  • Marketing
  • Tourism and event management.
  • Veterinary Medicine

On average, the learning process takes 3 academic years. The cost of training programs for the year is 11950 £ -13900 £ (depending on the specialty). You can apply to the university from September 1. Entry requirements are as follows:

  • school certificate
  • Certificate IELTS 6.0-6.5 (depending on the specialty), for admission to the specialty "Journalism" IELTS results should be at least 7.0.
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost

BACHELOR

Programs for obtaining a diploma and a bachelor's degree are provided in the following specialties:

  • Finance and accounting
  • Business Management
  • Urban Engineering
  • Electroengineering
  • Business Studies
  • Computer science
  • Engineering Sciences
  • Hospitality Technology
  • Life Sciences and Health
  • Marketing
  • Tourism and event management.
  • Veterinary Medicine

On average, the learning process takes 3 academic years. The cost of training programs for the year is 11950 £ -13900 £ (depending on the specialty). You can apply to the university from September 1. Entry requirements are as follows:

  • school certificate
  • Certificate IELTS 6.0-6.5 (depending on the specialty), for admission to the specialty "Journalism" IELTS results should be at least 7.0.

MASTER

You can obtain a Master's degree (Postgraduate) at the University of Edinburgh in the following specialties:

  • Finance and accounting
  • Business and Management
  • Tourism and hospitality, event and festival management
  • Film production.

Duration of training usually does not exceed 1 academic year, the cost is 12620 £ -14690 £ (depending on the specialty). Entry requirements are as follows:

  • Bachelor's Degree (with attachment)
  • A certificate of knowledge of English with high scores (IELTS or TOEFL)
  • Motivation letter (essay)
  • 2 letters of recommendation from the employer or teacher.
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from 11 900 £ / 2 semesters

Program Undergraduate Pathway (International Year One).

1. Age of participants: from 18 years old

2. Duration of the programs: 2 semesters

3. Beginning of classes: January, September (for the direction "Civil construction": September)

4. Level of education: high school diploma with good marks (average score no lower than 3.2)

5. Knowledge of English (one of the options):

  • IELTS 5.5 (not lower than 5.5 in all sections)
  • Pearson 56 (with sections at least 51: listening 51, reading 51, speaking 51, writing 51)
  • IGCSE English as a First Language Grade C / Grade 4.

A specially adapted program is designed for foreign students who plan to study at the University of Edinburgh and who need to bring their academic knowledge and skills in line with the requirements of the British education system (and university requirements). In fact, the program is the first year of the bachelor's degree. To participate in the program, the student must have a diploma of graduation and a certain level of knowledge of English. The training is conducted in 10 different areas and includes modules for the development of university research skills, communication and development skills, and the body of disciplines needed to master the program of the chosen direction.

The process of education includes the combination of different types of classes, such as:

  • Lectures and seminars
  • Interactive seminars
  • Independent work
  • Work in groups and communities
  • Practical and laboratory work
  • Field experiments and research.

To monitor progress, students perform various screening works. According to the data of these works, effective feedback is built between students and teachers. Students receive explanations on all difficult issues for them, and consultations on any topics. Types of verification works:

  • "Invisible" exams
  • Standard exams
  • Standard and Extended Tests
  • Preparation, presentation and protection of presentations
  • The debate and the skills of defending one's point of view
  • Writing essays and extended essays
  • Writing reports on field research and laboratory work
  • Protection and justification of the conclusions of laboratory works.

After the completion of the training program, students enter the second year of the undergraduate program in the chosen specialty.

Directions of education (Educational programs, available undergraduate, career prospects).

Direction: Accounting and Finance.

During the training, students study various aspects of accounting, finance and other business skills, such as: specific accounting methods and policies, corporate finance, taxation, audit, corporate governance and statistics. Time management skills, project management, communications, data collection and management, and IT are also studied. Approximate training program:

  • Fundamentals of Management
  • Financial Accounting
  • Introduction to the economy
  • Human Resource Management
  • Introduction to Accounting in Management
  • Law in the field of business
  • Personal and organizational finance
  • Interactive learning and communication skills.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Accounting (BA (Hons) Accounting)
  • Accounting and corporate finance (BA (Hons) Accounting with Corporate Finance)
  • Financial Services (BA (Hons) Financial Services).

Career prospects:

  • Assistant accountant
  • Independent financial adviser
  • Investment banking and other specialized functions
  • Inventory and Fund Management
  • Trainee accountant.

Directions: Business and Management (Business and Management) and Business Studies (Business Studies).

All aspects of the business world are studied, both within the country and at the international level, which gives undoubted advantage to the graduates of the directions. The study and research of business is combined with marketing, personnel management, finance and entrepreneurship. An approximate training program for these areas:

  • Fundamentals of Management Theory and Concepts
  • The financial environment and its participants
  • Fundamentals of economic knowledge
  • Management in the field of personnel
  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • international Business
  • Interactive learning and communication skills.

Bachelor's programs available after the direction of Business and Management:

  • Business Management (BA (Hons) Business Management)
  • Business Management and Accounting (BA (Hons) Business Management with Accounting)
  • Business Management and Economics (BA (Hons) Business Management with Economics)
  • Business Management and Entrepreneurship (BA (Hons) Business Management with Entrepreneurship)
  • Business Management and Human Resources (BA (Hons) Business Management with Human Resources)
  • Business Management and Marketing (BA (Hons) Business Management with Marketing)
  • International Business Management (BA (Hons) International Business Management).

Bachelor's programs available after the direction of Business Studies:

  • Business Studies (BA (Hons) Business Studies)
  • Business Studies and Finance (BA (Hons) Business Studies with Finance)
  • Business Research and Marketing Management (BA (Hons) Business Studies with Marketing Management)
  • Business Research and Human Resources Management (BA (Hons) Business Studies with Human Resource Management)
  • International Business Studies (BA (Hons) International Business Studies).

Career prospects after the directions of Business and Management and Business Studies:

  • Commercial and public sector
  • Teaching
  • Marketing
  • Financial environment
  • Human Resources Department.

Direction: Marketing.

The training program in this area is comprehensive and includes all aspects of knowledge in marketing and related disciplines. The sample training program includes such modules as:

  • Fundamentals and concepts of management
  • Economy and its derivatives
  • Human Resource Management
  • Introduction to the accounting and the fundamentals of organizational accounting
  • Marketing
  • Interactive learning and communication skills.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Marketing Management (BA (Hons) Marketing Management).

Career prospects:

  • Executive Director
  • Management Consultant
  • Market researcher
  • Management of public relations.

Direction: Civil Engineering.

The course is built around teaching students the planning, design, construction and support of civil structures and transportation networks. The training program is built around the following modules (indicative plan):

  • Construction technology (Levels 1 and 2)
  • Design and Design Basics
  • Interactive learning and communication skills
  • Building Technologies
  • Construction of transport networks.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Civil Engineering (BEng / MEng Civil Engineering)
  • Civil and Transport Engineering (MEng Civil and Transportation Engineering).

Career prospects:

  • Construction companies
  • Consulting services
  • Utilities
  • Local and national government
  • Transport authorities.

Direction: Computing.

The University of Edinburgh offers a wide range of programs and specializations in this area, which is an advantage over other universities. In addition to traditional information technology subjects, the University offers a number of degrees related to modern changes in computer science, such as computer security and forensics. The training program includes a number of disciplines, such as:

  • Introduction to Computing
  • Mathematics and Computations
  • Computing skills for the university
  • Interactive learning and communication skills.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Calculations (BSc (Hons) Computing)
  • Computer science (BSc (Hons) Computing Science)
  • Calculations (BEng (Hons) Computing)
  • Computer security and expertise (BEng (Hons) Computer Security and Forensics)
  • Computer systems and networks (BEng (Hons) Computer Systems and Networks)
  • Management in the field of information technology (BSc (Hons) Informational Technology Management)
  • Software Development (BEng (Hons) Software Engineering).

Career prospects:

  • Management of computer systems
  • Network design
  • Network management and network support
  • Managing Internet Security
  • Software Development and Support
  • Web design.

Direction: Engineering.

The program is aimed at training high-level specialists in various fields of engineering knowledge. Students receive fundamental knowledge, and can also participate in a professional practice program, professional accreditation, laboratory experiments and visit industrial facilities. Approximate training program:

  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Calculations and computational skills for the university
  • Production and mechanical engineering
  • Electronic and Electrical Research
  • Interactive learning and communication skills.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Electronic and Electrical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering)
  • Energy Engineering and Environmental Engineering (BEng (Hons) Energy and Environmental Engineering)
  • Engineering and Management (BEng (Hons) Engineering with Management)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering).

Career prospects:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Engineering analysis
  • Hardware development
  • Power Engineering
  • Renewable energy sources.

Directions: Hospitality and Tourism & Festivals.

The program "Hospitality" is devoted to the study of hospitality management principles and their application to practical situations. Students develop skills in the design, delivery and management of food, beverages and all issues related to accommodation. The program of the "Tourism and Festivals" direction is aimed at obtaining fundamental knowledge in the field of tourism, and organizing events and celebrations, both locally and internationally. Approximate training program:

  • Fundamentals of Management
  • Management of events (local and international levels)
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Management of hotels and services
  • Marketing technologies in the sphere of tourism and hospitality
  • Organization of festivals.

Bachelor's programs available after the direction Hospitality:

  • International hospitality and service management (BA (Hons) International Hospitality and Service Management)
  • International Hospitality Management (BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management)
  • International Hospitality Management and Festivals and Events (BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management with Festival and Event)
  • International Hospitality Management and Marketing (BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management and Marketing)
  • International Hospitality Management and Tourism (BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management and Tourism).

Career prospects after the direction Hospitality:

  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Accommodation services
  • Sales and marketing
  • Tourism Management
  • Retail.

Bachelor's programs available after the direction Tourism & Festivals:

  • Business Management and Festivals and Events (BA (Hons) Business Management with Festivals and Event)
  • International Management of Festivals and Events and Entrepreneurship (BA (Hons) International Festival and Event Management with Entrepreneurship)
  • International Management of Festivals and Events and Marketing (BA (Hons) International Festival and Event Management with Marketing)
  • International Management of Festivals and Events and Tourism (BA (Hons) International Festival and Event Management with Tourism)
  • International Management of Festivals and Events (BA (Hons) International Festival and Event Management)
  • Management of international tourism and airlines (BA (Hons) International Tourism and Airline Management)
  • International tourism and marketing management (BA (Hons) International Tourism and Marketing Management)
  • Management of international tourism (BA (Hons) International Tourism Management).

Career prospects after the direction of Tourism and Festivals (Tourism & Festivals):

  • Management in airlines
  • Management in airports
  • Hospitality Management
  • Operations Management
  • Retail
  • Tour Operators
  • Management of visitors services.

Direction: Life Sciences.

The program is aimed at training in the field of health and life sciences. Students are engaged in life sciences and their application in real life. The sample training program includes the following modules:

  • Biology (Level 1 and 2)
  • Chemistry
  • Methods of analysis
  • Microbiology
  • Biomedicine
  • Biology of animals
  • Human Biology
  • Biology of the environment
  • Interactive learning and communication skills.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Biology of animals and species conservation (BSc (Hons) Animal and Conservation Biology)
  • Applied microbiology (BSc (Hons) Applied Microbiology)
  • Biological Sciences (BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences)
  • Biomedical Science (BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences)
  • Marine and freshwater biology (BSc (Hons) Marine and Freshwater Biology)
  • Sport and physical exercise (BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science).

Career prospects:

  • Biomedical Science
  • Biotechnology
  • Environmental Science
  • Pharmaceutical Development
  • Control and management of pollution.

Entry requirements:

1. Age: from 18 years old

2. Diploma of graduation with good grades

3. Knowledge of English (one of the options):

  • IELTS 5.5 (not lower than 5.5 in all sections)
  • Pearson 56 (with sections at least 51: listening 51, reading 51, speaking 51, writing 51)
  • IGCSE English as a First Language Grade C / Grade 4.

Beginning of classes: January, September (for the direction "Civil construction": September).

The academic year is divided into terms:

  • 1st trimester (beginning in January): from February 1 to May 19
  • 2nd trimester (beginning in May): from May 22 to September 1
  • 3 term (beginning in September): from September 6 to December 8.

The cost of training on the International Year One:

  • Directions: Accounting and Finance, Business and Management, Business Studies, Marketing, Hospitality, Tourism & Festivals, Life Sciences (Life Sciences) = 11900 £ / year of study (2 semesters)
  • Directions: Civil Engineering, Computing, Engineering = 13500 £ / year of study (2 semesters).
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