Students who have completed thirteen years of education at the end of secondary school would normally be considered for direct entry to degree study.
Students from Dominican Republic are admitted to the University of Edinburgh with a range of qualifications: GCE A Levels, the IB, the American High School Diploma with SAT’s or AP’s and other recognised regional systems.
Students with the Bachillerato would normally be expected to undertake a Foundation or bridging programme before being eligible for admission to an undergraduate study at Edinburgh.
Students must have the equivalent of a very good UK Bachelor degree (from a good institution) in order to be considered for direct admission to postgraduate study at the University of Edinburgh.
In order to apply for a Masters degree, students are expected to have completed at least 4 years of study, and obtained a Licenciatura/Professional Title.
Applicants with Masters degree (Maestria) will be considered for entry to PhD studies.
Each course may have further specific entry requirements. All applicants must meet these requirements.
You can also obtain further guidance on admissions requirements from staff in the Admissions Offices.
This article was published on Oct 26, 2012