Place Category: Modern Universities
Edinburgh Napier is perfect for you if you’d like to study applied and professional subjects in and around Scotland’s beautiful capital city. Established as a University in 1992, it is spread across three campuses in the Scottish capital city of Edinburgh: Merchiston, Craiglockhart and Sighthill.
Merchiston Campus is home to Merchiston Castle where the University’s namesake John Napier (inventor of logarithms and the decimal point) was born in 1550. This campus is home to the University’s Schools of Art & Creative Industries, Computing and Engineering & the Built Environment.
Craiglockhart Campus is home to the University’s business and law courses whilst its Sighthill campus is home to its School of Health & Social Care and School of Applied Sciences (as well as its sporting facilities ).
At Napier undertake a degree apprenticeship (or Degree Level Apprenticeship) in Business and Management sponsored by Canadian company CGI. As part of this degree apprenticeship you will gain an BSc (Hons) IT Management for Business (ITMB) one day a week at the University and spend four days a week working on real projects at CGI’s Glasgow or Edinburgh offices.
The university has a strong reputation in: teaching, internationalisation and employability.