Edinburgh Napier University Admissions Number

By | 29th May 2017

Edinburgh Napier University Admissions Number

The application process

To apply for full-time undergraduate courses, you must make your application through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). We advise you to submit your application as early as possible. If you’re applying to a part-time course, you should apply directly to us through our online application form.

Admissions
Who are we?

Head of Admissions – Lesley Jackson

Undergraduate Admissions

Team Leader
Sarah Philp
Diane Smith
Katy Caudrey
Admissions Assistant
Sarah Hall (LSSS & NMSC)
Laura Morris (LSSS & NMSC)
Thomas Ritchie (ENBS & SoC)
Megan Jones (ENBS & SoC)
Lyndsay Paterson (ENBS & SoC)
Louise Masterson (SEBE & SACI)
Matt Molloy (SEBE & SACI)

Postgraduate & Research Admissions

Team Leader
Karen McGregor
Admissions Assistant
Ane Che
Matthew Shing

What do we do?

Within Student & Academic Services, the Admissions team ensures applications to the University are dealt with efficiently, fairly and in accordance with the requirements of external bodies UCAS, UKVI and QAA. The team makes decisions on undergraduate and postgraduate applications (UK/EU/Overseas); manages the admissions process to meet student population targets; and plans and manages the annual clearing and confirmation operation.

Where are we based?

Merchiston E08

How to contact us…

Our individual email addresses and extension numbers can be found on the staff directory. For general enquiries:
Undergraduate Admissions – ugadmissions@napier.ac.uk
Postgraduate Admissions – pgadmissions@napier.ac.uk
Research Admissions – researchadmissions@napier.ac.uk

 

Admissio​ns Guidelines and Policy Documents

Curriculum for Excellence Statement
Admissions Policy
Codes of Practice​

Edinburgh Napier University Admissions Number

University code

You’ll need the institution code (E59 ENU) and the course code to apply. You’ll find the course code on the course information page of your chosen course.

Application costs

UCAS charges an administration fee of £12 to apply for a single course, and £23 to apply for up to five courses.

Personal statement

Your personal statement on your UCAS form is your chance to shine. It’s crucial to your application and can determine what offers you receive.

When writing your statement:

  • make sure it’s styled in a formal manner and reads well
  • write in a precise way using small paragraphs
  • focus on your strengths, achievements and aspirations
  • write about your skills and give examples
  • explain why the course is interesting to you
  • show that you’ve done your research
  • be truthful, accurate and enthusiastic
  • check your spelling and grammar

Be sure to include:

  • your reasons for choosing the course
  • relevant work or academic experience and skills
  • personal interests that relate to the course
  • your career goals
  • any plans for taking a year out (if applicable)

The UCAS website provides further guidance and tips on writing your personal statement. Remember that every institution you apply to receives the same personal statement.