The University of Edinburgh has issued advice for prospective students regarding the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation.
Coronavirus Advice for Prospective Students
“Contemporary global business, be it for profit or not for profit, is fraught with complexity, tensions, and socio-political, economic, and cultural challenges. Our degree programmes will prepare you intellectually and practically to embrace these complexities, negotiate tensions, and address the wider socio-political and cultural challenges facing contemporary businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organisations.
“Alongside this you will develop the necessary personal and professional competences required to work across a range of roles central to contemporary business including accountancy and finance, strategy, marketing, human resource management, and/or data analytics.”
Professor Mary Brennan
Director of Undergraduate Programmes, University of Edinburgh Business School
Accounting and Finance
Details of our accounting and finance related programmes, including degrees with economics, law, and accountancy.Accounting and Finance Programmes
How to Apply
We encourage you to apply to the University online through UCAS. Guides are available on the main University site.Application Guidance
Teaching and Assessment
Learn more about how you will be taught and assessed during the four years of your degree.Teaching & Assessment
Fees and Living Expenses
When budgeting for your undergraduate studies, you should consider all your living expenses.Fees and Cost of Living