Edinburgh Napier University Craiglockhart campus
We have three campuses across Edinburgh offering state-of-the-art facilities for learning and research. All are easily accessible by public transport and home to diverse, international, collaborative communities.
Edinburgh Napier’s three campuses are all designed with learning and working in mind. All are easily accessible, and provide diverse, collaborative communities and excellent facilities.
Home to the Business School, Craiglockhart campus blends the old and the new. Set within attractive grounds overlooking Edinburgh, facilities include 200- and 400-seat lecture theatres and language and multimedia labs. It’s also home to our innovation and enterprise centre.
Our architecturally stunning Craiglockhart campus is home to the Business School. Beautifully merging the old with the new, the iconic Lindsay Stewart lecture theatre sits comfortably alongside the original building with Wester Craiglockhart Hill as a backdrop.
Inside you’ll find all the facilities required to produce graduates ready to succeed in the world of business.
219 Colinton Road
0131 455 4616
Engineering and built environment, computing and creative industries students are based at Merchiston. Here you’ll find the Jack Kilby Computing Centre, the Edinburgh Napier Students’ Association, a computer games lab, newsroom, TV, radio and photography studios and soundproofed industry-standard music studios.
Our Merchiston campus is situated in the heart of Edinburgh and is home to three schools:
- The School of Arts & Creative Industries
- The School of Computing
- The School of Engineering & the Built Environment
This mix of disciplines helps create an inspiring, innovative and collaborative atmosphere. This is enhanced by facilities from cutting-edge cyber security labs to TV and film studios. In addition, Merchiston boasts a business incubator, two cafes and a 500-seat computing centre, with both Mac and PC hardware, that is open round-the-clock in Trimesters 1 and 2.