University of Edinburgh
The University of Edinburgh was founded in 1583. It is one of the UK’s oldest and most prestigious universities. Over the last four centuries, the university has built an enviable reputation for excellence in both research and teaching, attracting some of the world’s leading thinkers to work and study.
A range of study options and programmes are available for international students at the University of Edinburgh, including undergraduate, postgraduate, short term study abroad programmes and foundation programmes. It’s foundation and pathway programmes provides opportunities for talented students whose high school qualifications are not accepted for direct entry to an undergraduate degree, or whose first language is not English to access degree programmes within arts, humanities and social sciences.
Edinburgh’s global reputation for teaching and research helps them to attract the international research community’s sharpest minds, which in turn means world-class teaching for the students. The institution's world class academics are leaders in their fields, conducting ground breaking research that directly informs the teaching students receive. As a student at Edinburgh, they will work alongside these academics and learn about the very latest developments in their subject. It also offers several prestigious scholarships for international students and its Careers Service also offers a range of internship programmes exclusively for University of Edinburgh students.
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