• Courses Offered By University of Edinburgh
    List Of Course
    Bachelor of Science (BSc)
    Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
    Master of Engineering (MEng)
    Master of Chemistry (MChem)
    Master of Physics (MPhys)
    Master of Science (MSc)
    Master of Informatics (MInf)
    Master of Mathematics (MMath)

Why Study in University of Edinburgh

The University of Edinburgh was officially opened in 1583. The roles of principal and professor were officially decided in 1620. After the establishment of the University of Edinburgh, there were various courses offered in different years which are such as the faculty of law is founded in 1707. Faculty of Arts is founded in 1708. The faculty of medicine is founded in 1726. The University’s graduating hall, McEwan Hall was started in 1897. Moreover, the University merged with Edinburgh College of Art was merged with this university in 2011. The University act by Scotland grants the University of Edinburgh full control for its affairs in the year 1858.

University of Edinburgh: Campus

The University of Edinburgh has five campuses along with the college of medicine and veterinary medicine, the School of molecular genetic, population Health Science, and the Institute of genetics and cancer. These five campuses are Western General Hospital, Little France, Easter Bush, The University Central Area (George Square), The King's Buildings.

There are some other affiliated campuses are there in the University of Edinburg which are the School of Informatics, the School of Mathematics, the School of Physics and Astronomy, the School of Chemistry, School of Engineering. The university has some research centers with are linked with researchers of other colleges and schools.

University of Edinburgh: Faculty

The number of faculty members in the University of Edinburgh is about 5000+ in which 2000+ members are the educational staff and approximately 2500+ members are working in administration. The teacher-student ratio in this university 1:17. The teachers and faculty members are highly educated and completed their studies from a well-known University and qualified enough to teach the students. Teachers encourage students for their academics and life.