The cost of studying at Edinburgh Napier and the funding available to you will depend on your nationality, where you currently live, your personal circumstances and the type of course you're studying.
Find out what options are available to help you pay for tuition and living expenses and how we can support you with funding, bursaries and advice.
If you require assistance with funding applications, budgeting or debt management advice, please visit the appointments page of myFuture for details of how to make a face to face or Teams appointment with a Student Funding Adviser - with some details of what you wish to cover at the appointment. If you would prefer someone to call you please let us know the best contact number to reach you on.
For general funding enquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are several sources of funding for childcare depending on an individual student’s circumstances. These include the University Childcare Fund, the University Discretionary Fund and the Lone Parent Childcare Grant.
The Discretionary fund is intended to help eligible students who are in financial difficulty to attend their programme of study.
The new Nursing and Midwifery Discretionary fund is allocated by Scottish Ministers and is intended to help eligible students who are in financial difficulty to attend their programme of study.Childcare Fund Discretionary Fund Funding for Nursing Students
International & EU Crisis Fund
The University has set aside limited funds to assist EU and international students in unexpected financial difficulty.
The fund allows for the provision of short-term financial support which may enable a student to complete their studies or allow the time needed for them to regain stability in their financial arrangements and continue their studies in future sessions.