United Kingdom
University of Edinburgh
The University of Edinburgh is Scotland's sixth oldest university, having been founded in 1582. It is a public institution. The institution provides a variety of disciplines organised into three colleges, allowing students to select courses based on their interests. Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, and Science and Engineering are the four categories. The University of Edinburgh is a member of the Russell Group, the Coimbra Group, and the LER Universities. Students have several opportunities to collaborate with professionals and obtain hands-on experience in the area. They are also accompanied by academic members on industry trips.

Cost of attendance

Applicants may have a glance at what it will cost to attend the college- The average tuition fee is 33,700-49,000 GBP, following with Health Insurance of 1,100 GBP, Room and Board 12,740 GBP, Books and supplies for 780 GBP, Personal and Other expenses 1,500 GBP.


The institution makes an attempt to make newcomers feel welcome and provides guaranteed campus housing if confirmation is completed by the timeframes specified. The resident halls are fully equipped and provide all utilities, including laundry and internet access. The same is true for postgraduate students. On-campus housing is less expensive than off-campus housing choices.

Acceptance rate

There are 8,083 students enrolled at the university. It includes students from roughly 137 countries, accounting for almost 25% of our student population. The university's admittance rate is estimated to be around 50%.


Central Area, King's Building and BioQuarter, Western General, and Easter Bush are the university's five campuses. The Central Area Campus is the oldest, and it houses the Schools of Social Science and Humanities, Computing and Informatics, and Law, as well as the major library. Every year, this campus also hosts the Edinburgh International Festival.


The University of Edinburgh Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA). This triple accreditation highlights the quality of teaching and excellence of research at the School.

Jobs and Placement

The University of Edinburgh's graduates have a job placement rate of over 93 percent. Its career centre assists students in developing their talents, as well as interacting with employers and discovering appropriate job openings. Graduates of the Business and Management stream earn the highest incomes of all subjects. Graduate students earn an average of 92,000 GBP per year.

QS Ranking

#16 QS World University Rankings 2022

The Ranking

#30 World University Rankings 2022 by THE

Other University

University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury in New Zealand was founded in 1873 and is the country's second university. The Un...

Deakin College

Deakin College

Deakin University was founded in 1974 and is named after Alfred Deakin, Australia's second Prime Minister. It ...

Vancouver Film School

Vancouver Film School

The Vancouver Film School is a private arts school in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It was founded in 1...