Founded in 1964, Edinburgh Napier University is a public university located at Edinburgh, Scotland. The university is named after John Napier who is one of the renowned 16th Scottish mathematician and philosopher. The university has three main campuses located at Merchiston, Craiglockhart and Sighthill. Students from across 140 countries opted Edinburg Napier University for their higher studies. The Sighthill Campus accommodates School of Health & Social Care and School of Applied Sciences. The campus offers learning resource centre, well equipped teaching rooms including clinical skills laboratories, IT-enabled lecture theatres and seminar rooms, a clinical skills suite and integrated sports facilities. It also has new sprots facilities such as biomechanics laboratory and an environmental chamber etc. The Craiglockhart Campus houses The Business School. The campus has Hydropathic Hospital buildings and exhibits photography, writing, film and memorabilia. It also has two lecture theatres, language labs, computing facilities and an extensive library. The third campus, Merchiston Campus accommodates Schools of Art & Creative Industries, Computing and Engineering & the Built Environment. The campus has top-notch facilities such as a computer game laboratory, professional music studios etc. This campus is home to Edinburgh Napier Students' Association (ENSA).
Edinburgh Napier University focuses six important schools that includes School of Applied Sciences, School of Arts & Creative Industries, Business School, School of Computing School of Engineering & the Built Environment and School of Health & Social Care. The wide range of programs in this university includes engineering, business, management, computer science, applied sciences, tourism, health, social service, accounting, education, law, arts, etc. International students who wish to pursue higher studies in graphic design, music, communication, publishing, filming, acting, and product design can do from this university.