Undergraduate entry requirements by region

Other countries

Undergraduate entry requirements for applicants from Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Rep, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Applicants who have completed the Bachillerato or twelve years of secondary education would normally be expected to undertake a Foundation or bridging programme before being eligible for admission to an undergraduate study at Edinburgh.

Foundation year

Belize

If you are from Belize and you have completed Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) with two single-unit and two double-unit courses achieving no less than 2 in any unit/subject, you may be considered for undergraduate study at Edinburgh.

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Applicants who have achieved Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) with two single-unit and three double-unit courses achieving no less than 2 in any unit/subject, may be considered for undergraduate entry.

UK & International qualifications

If you don’t meet any of the requirements already listed, you will need one of the following qualifications to apply:

English Language requirements

All applicants are required to demonstrate a level of English language competency, regardless of their nationality or country of residence. These requirements are listed by programme.

English Language advice

Specific English language requirement by programme

Applicant support

Edinburgh Global will help you with admissions advice and support.

You can contact us for advice and support by emailing: futurestudents@ed.ac.uk

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Student numbers

There are around 350 students from Latin America and the Caribbean currently studying at the University of Edinburgh.