Edinburgh Napier University At Chennai
The university is based around its Merchiston, Craighouse, Craiglockhart and Sighthill campuses. There are also smaller medical campuses at Canaan Lane's Astley Ainslie Hospital and Comely Bank in Edinburgh, as well as in Melrose and Livingston's St John's Hospital at Howden. Other notable Edinburgh buildings have been incorporated, including the former Parish Church at Morningside. Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland, and listed as a world heritage site. It is considered by some as one of the greenest and most architecturally beautiful cities in Europe. Its beauty and reputation for science since the 18th Century has earned it the nickname ‘the Athens of the North’. Since 2001, Edinburgh has consistently been voted ‘Favourite UK City’ by Observer, Conde Naste (2010 Award Winner for Best City) and Guardian readers. Excellent road, rail and air transport links make Edinburgh accessible from all major cities in the UK and beyond.
They are proud to be investing £100m to provide some of the very best teaching and learning facilities in Scotland. There campuses range from the small and intimate to the grand and spectacular. And wherever your study is based, you'll have access to all our support services and facilities.
Edinburgh Napier was awarded the Queen's Anniversary Prize 2009 for Higher and Further Education. The award was made for 'Innovative housing construction for environmental benefit and quality of life', recognising the contribution made by the University's Building Performance Centre towards improving sound insulation between attached dwellings.
Students who are interested in studying with this university should contact the SI-UK Chennai office to reserve a 20 minute private interview with the University Representative. Please bring any supporting documents with you.Our contact details are: 044-4510-8282; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org We are looking forward to seeing you