Your Studies

We know there's a lot of things to think about when it comes to studying at university, from timetables and exams to academic issues and regulations. On this page you'll find everything you need to know about the different aspects of your studies.
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My Timetable

Looking for details about when and where your classes are taking place? My Timetable is where you will find the details of all timetabled teaching events, both on-campus and online.

You can access your personalised timetable via your Office365 Calendar, the Edinburgh Napier app and via web timetables.

Find out how to access your timetable

Online Learning

The University provides a range of technologies to support your learning, whether you are studying on campus or at a distance. Moodle is the online platform used on all programmes for accessing your course materials, online activities and assessments. Moodle will also provide links to other technologies such as Webex for live teaching events, Panopto for recorded lectures, and Microsoft Teams for group workspaces and live teaching.
Find out more about Moodle and the other services for online learning
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Support Coming From College

We recognise that there may be unique challenges that can arise when entering university from college, especially if you are entering at an advanced level.

To help you get the best possible start at university the Widening Participation team are here to help you through the transition from college to university. We provide support to students while they are still in college and continue to provide support once students start at Edinburgh Napier.

Coming From College
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Exams are an important part of your university journey and we want to make sure you feel confident and prepared as you approach them.

You can find all the information you need on exam diets and reassessments, including timetables, exam guidance, results publication dates and how we accommodate religious observance.

Learn more about exams at Edinburgh Napier

Regulations, Conduct and Safety

Your health, safety and wellbeing is our number one priority and we want to provide you with all the information you need to stay safe and feel comfortable all the way through your time at university.

In return, you'll be expected to take responsibility for your conduct and behaviour during your time at Edinburgh Napier, so we can continue to provide a positive learning and social experience to all our students.

You can find out more by reading our Student Charter, Code of Conduct and health and safety policies.

Find out more
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Student Voice

Want to have your say? There are a number of ways you can participate in activities and conversations which can influence the quality of learning and teaching at the University and improve the experiences of our students.

Find out how you can have your say

Personal Information

Find out how to access important information held about you through eStudent Records and the Higher Education Achievement Report, or let us know if any personal information is inaccurate or not up to date.

Find out more about accessing your personal information