How to apply
You will need to complete an online application which includes a personal statement, references, transcripts and other supporting documents.
Applications must be submitted through the University’s online application service, EUCLID. Offers cannot be made without a fully completed online application.
The application does not have to be completed in one session - you can save your progress and return to complete the application at another time.
When uploading documents, keep them small to improve processing time and name all documentation appropriately. For example: Transcript, Reference 1, and so on.
Your application will require supporting information, with translations where applicable, including:
- A degree certificate
- A transcript of your degree certificate which provides details of degree examinations passed and the marks and grades awarded
- A personal statement of why you have chosen this programme
- A signed and dated letter of reference on headed paper
- An English language certificate from within the last two years, if applicable
You can also upload two additional documents to support your application. For instance, if you have been awarded a relevant professional qualification or if you have more than one degree, you can upload these certificates.
What if my documents are not in English?
If your original documents are not in English, you must provide officially certified translations.
You need to provide a letter of reference to support your application. This should be a professional reference from someone who knows you in a professional capacity.
When to apply
We accept applications from 1 October to 28 August for entry in the following September.
Submit your application as early as possible in the academic year prior to that in which you wish to study. You may make your application at any time prior to the deadline date.
The University’s online application system is accessed through the degree finder.
For help with your application
If you require advice or help with your application you can contact the programme directly or one of the University of Edinburgh's International offices.