Students from Pakistan are admitted to the University of Edinburgh with a range of qualifications: GCE A Levels, the International Baccalaureate (IB) and other recognised regional systems.
For all undergraduate degree programmes offered by the College of Science and Engineering, applicants with 75% or more in the HSC/ Intermediate (Pre-Engineering or Pre-Medical streams only), will be considered for entry to year 1 of an undergraduate degree. Applicants must meet any specific-subject requirements.
Applicants with good grades with a Bachelor of Commerce (Pass or Honours) or Bachelor of Arts will be considered for entry to year 1 of degrees within the College of Humanities and Social Science.
Students wishing to study medicine, veterinary medicine will not be considered on the basis of a BA or BComm.
Applicants with qualifications other than those listed above may also consider applying for a Foundation year.
Applicants with a 4 year Undergraduate degree from an HEC recognised institution in Pakistan will be considered for admission onto most one year Taught Master programme, so long as they have achieved a minimum of a First Class Bachelors Degree (Division 1).
To be considered for entry to the MBA programmes, applicants must have a minimum of a First Class Bachelors Degree (Division 1) and at least three years' full-time work experience.
All MBA applicants are required to take a GMAT test.
Applicants with a master’s degree from an HEC recognised universities in Pakistan will be considered for postgraduate research programmes.
A research proposal is required in submitting your application.
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.
There are 89 students from Pakistan currently studying at the University of Edinburgh.
This article was published on Nov 18, 2013