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04 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry contents a–z index of programmes a how to use this prospectus please use our a–z index of programmes to locate the subject you are interested in or find a specific programme title 10 accounting humanities social science accounting further information and programme-specific entry requirements at www.ed.ac.uk/ug/24 7 contact college of humanities social science undergraduate admissions office email hssug@ed.ac.uk study abroad yes 2 advice for applicants typical to minimum grades required sqa highers aaaaa to abbb a levels aaa to abb ib 43 points grades 776 at hl to 34 points grades 655 at hl please note this indicates the overall standards required to consider you for entry typical and minimum grades are explained on page 148 full detailed entry requirements including the subjects you need vary by programme please check the full details before you apply www.ed.ac.uk/ug/24 3 programmes ma hons accounting

20 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry www.ed.ac.uk/ug/12 page 136 for the benefits of studying here page 148 for applications and admissions at a glance contact college of humanities social science undergraduate admissions office email hssug@ed.ac.uk tel +44 0131 650 3565 study abroad yes advice for applicants typical to minimum grades required sqa highers aaaaa to abbb a levels aaa to abb ib 43 points grades 776 at hl to 34 points grades 655 at hl please note this indicates the overall standards required to consider you for entry typical and minimum grades are explained on page 149 full detailed entry requirements including the subjects you need vary by programme please check the full details before you apply www.ed.ac.uk/ug/12 programmes why choose business at the university of edinburgh we are in the top one per cent of business schools worldwide to hold triple accreditation from international ranking bodies aacsb equis and amba the quality and

34 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry www.ed.ac.uk/ug/14 page 136 for the benefits of studying here page 148 for applications and admissions at a glance contact college of humanities social science undergraduate admissions office email hssug@ed.ac.uk why choose education at the university of edinburgh typical to minimum grades required moray house school of education has been making a major contribution to the field of education for almost 200 years you’ll join a community of staff students and alumni who have continually influenced improved and transformed learning and teaching and wider educational policy in the uk and beyond sqa highers aabb to abbb a levels aab to abb ib 36 points grades 665 at hl to 34 points grades 655 at hl you’ll study at one of best universities for the subject of education in the qs world rankings 2015 we were placed top in scotland and 4th in the uk for x1g1 primary education with mathematics the minimum grades

50 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry www.ed.ac.uk/ug/37 page 136 for the benefits of studying here page 148 for applications and admissions at a glance contact college of humanities social science undergraduate admissions office email hssug@ed.ac.uk tel +44 0131 650 3565 study abroad yes advice for applicants typical to minimum grades required sqa highers aaaa to abbb a levels aaa to abb ib 39 points grades 766 at hl to 34 points grades 655 at hl please note this indicates the overall standards required to consider you for entry typical and minimum grades are explained on page 149 full detailed entry requirements including the subjects you need vary by programme please check the full details before you apply www.ed.ac.uk/ug/37 programmes ma hons history of art v350 history of art architectural history v360 history of art chinese studies tv13 history of art english literature vq33 history of art history of music vw33 history of art scottish

64 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry www.ed.ac.uk/ug/5 page 136 for the benefits of studying here page 148 for applications and admissions at a glance contact college of humanities social science undergraduate admissions office email hssug@ed.ac.uk tel +44 0131 650 3565 study abroad yes advice for applicants typical to minimum grades required sqa highers aaaa to abbb a levels abb ib 39 points grades 766 at hl to 34 points grades 655 at hl please note this indicates the overall standards required to consider you for entry typical and minimum grades are explained on page 149 full detailed entry requirements including the subjects you need vary by programme please check the full details before you apply www.ed.ac.uk/ug/5 programmes bmus hons music w302 music technology w351 ma hons why choose music at the university of edinburgh our music programmes are ranked among the best in the uk and we undertake more world-leading research in music than anyone else

80 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry www.ed.ac.uk/ug/55 page 136 for the benefits of studying here page 148 for applications and admissions at a glance contact college of humanities social science undergraduate admissions office email hssug@ed.ac.uk tel +44 0131 650 3565 study abroad yes advice for applicants grades required sqa highers abbb a levels abb ib 34 points grades 655 at hl please note this indicates the overall standards required to consider you for entry full detailed entry requirements including the subjects you need vary by programme please check the full details before you apply www.ed.ac.uk/ug/55 programmes ma hons scottish studies q501 why choose scottish studies at the university of edinburgh this programme explores contemporary scotland and its culture tradition and representation the highly flexible approach allows you to study a wide range of disciplines such as literature history art music politics sociology and language being

94 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry www.ed.ac.uk/ug/36 page 136 for the benefits of studying here page 148 for applications and admissions at a glance contact college of humanities social science undergraduate admissions office email hssug@ed.ac.uk tel +44 0131 650 3565 study abroad yes advice for applicants grades required sqa highers abbb a levels abb ib 34 points grades 655 at hl please note this indicates the overall standards required to consider you for entry full detailed entry requirements including the subjects you need vary by programme please check the full details before you apply www.ed.ac.uk/ug/36 programmes ma hons divinity classics vq68 philosophy theology vv56 religious studies v627 religious studies english literature vq63 religious studies scottish literature v6q3 theology qvv6 mdiv hons – 3 years divinity – graduate entry v630 bd hons divinity v600 why choose theology religious studies at the university of

110 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry www.ed.ac.uk/ug/63 page 136 for the benefits of studying here page 148 for applications and admissions at a glance contact biology teaching organisation email bto.recruitment@ed.ac.uk enquiries sciengra@ed.ac.uk applications tel +44 0131 650 5528 study abroad yes advice for applicants typical to minimum grades required sqa highers aaaa to aabb a levels aaa to abb ib 37 to 32 points grades 555 at hl second-year entry sqa advanced highers aaa a levels aaa ib 38 points grades 666 at hl please note this indicates the overall standards required to consider you for entry typical and minimum grades are explained on page 149 full detailed entry requirements including the subjects you need vary by programme please check the full details before you apply www.ed.ac.uk/ug/63 programmes why choose biological sciences at the university of edinburgh our research in biological sciences is consistently ranked as internationally

124 the university of edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 2017 entry www.ed.ac.uk/ug/6 page 136 for the benefits of studying here page 148 for applications and admissions at a glance contact recruitment admissions officer email apply@maths.ed.ac.uk tel +44 0131 650 5060 study abroad yes advice for applicants typical to minimum grades required sqa highers aaaa to aabb a levels aaa to aab ib 37 to 32 points grades 655 at hl second-year entry sqa advanced highers aaa a levels aaa ib 38 points grades 766 at hl please note this indicates the overall standards required to consider you for entry typical and minimum grades are explained on page 149 full detailed entry requirements including the subjects you need vary by programme please check the full details before you apply www.ed.ac.uk/ug/6 programmes bsc hons applied mathematics g120 mathematics g100 mathematics biology b64z mathematics business gn11 mathematics music gw13 mathematics physics gf13 mathematics statistics gg13

www.ed.ac.uk/undergraduate/fees-finance personal support finance made simple we’ve invested £4 million to enhance your student experience and provide support and guidance that are second to none we’ll work closely with you to help you • become a confident independent learner and play an active part in the university community and • develop the graduate attributes required for success at the university and beyond my story martin lam ma hons sociology psychology martin like all undergraduates has regular meetings with his personal tutor “the most important part of a personal tutor system – just knowing that someone is there to help or to speak to.” tuition fees what you pay and the assistance you may receive depend on where you live students living in scotland – if you’re studying full time for your first degree you’ll apply each year to the student awards agency scotland saas to have your fees paid by the scottish

see for yourself open days 2016 – 17 june 24 september 8 october www.ed.ac.uk/opendays all illustrations by victoria rose ball 4th year ba hons illustration front cover mcewan hall first opened in 1897 the university’s iconic graduation hall is undergoing a £33 million restoration and will reopen in 2017 printer to add white fsc logo here published by communications and marketing the university of edinburgh designed by tayburn printed by belmont press photography by nick callaghan shawn coulman paul dodds gareth easton photography edinburgh inspiring capital angus forbes tricia malley ross gillespie marketing edinburgh midlothian snowsports centre dave phillips james pope real edinburgh dennis rewt douglas robertson scottish viewpoint allan shedlock photography this is edinburgh peter tuffy whitedog photography laurence winram rachel wood © the university of edinburgh 2016 no part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission of the university