Official Edinburgh Napier University 2021 applicant threadWatch this thread
This is the thread for people who are thinking of applying to Edinburgh Napier University for 2021!
Meet and chat to other people applying here. Ice breaker questions:
What course are you applying for?
What subjects are you studying now?
You can find a big list of all the other applicant threads here >>
I really liked the freedom of it compared with Higher but that might just be my school being strict with art. I did a theme that focused on child refugees in the middle East and did portraits. It was a mess at the end because of lockdown though like the deadline went from weeks to days to an hour! It was so stressful. What is your idea/theme? Or maybe I dunno if there's a way to DM on here i feel like we're talking to eachother on like 3 different uni threads 😂
I'm applying to the BA Music Course at Napier! I'm currently studying Advanced Higher Music and English and achieved AAAAB at Higher. I'm also applying to The University of Edinburgh, Leeds Conservatoire, BIMM Manchester and The University of Surrey!
I am pleased to hear you will be applying to the University of Surrey! I want to congratulate you on your higher grades, they are amazing!
If you would like any information about Surrey or would like to ask me any questions, I would love to help you out
Becca (2nd Year Psychology Student)
I've applied for LLB law 2021! Im currently a gap year student but I'm studying modules in Criminal Law and Procedure and Scots law
I hope you enjoyed your gap year and are ready for the course in September You will study Criminal Law in first year with us so I really hope you enjoy that module as well as the rest of the modules you will be learning!
Steph @ ENU
I’m applying for 2021 to do Criminology! Atm I’m doing A Levels in English Language, English Literature and History
Steph @ ENU
I'm definitely thinking about applying to Napier for 3rd year entry to BA Journalism - currently finishing my HND. So difficult to decide what to do next in such an uncertain world.
You're absolutely right its tough to decide, but a degree will stand you in good stead during this difficult time. As you would be starting in third year you are missing a placement opportunity that takes place for continuing second years but would be able to undertake some practical element as we strong links with STV and other news organisations as well as freelance opportunities too!
If you have any other questions, give me a shout!
Steph @ ENU