About the University
The University of Edinburgh, also known as Edinburgh university, is the sixth oldest university in the world founded in 1583 in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. The university is home to over 30,000 students, of which of one third are postgraduates. Edinburgh is most famous for its academic programs in Business, Art, Economics, Health and Education, Law, Social and Political Sciences, and Architecture.
Official website: www.ed.ac.uk
Admission To-Do List
- Statement of purpose
- International Baccalaureate
- GPA 3.4
- GMAT or MCAT
- Mathematics or approved science
- Minimum entry grades
- English language requirements
In your Personal Statement you should ideally: Explain why you want to study the subject courses you have applied for Demonstrate a clear understanding of the subject/degree. What knowledge of the subject can you demonstrate? Provide evidence that you understand the career implications of your choice. Detail any relevant skills or experience Outline any relevant personal qualities, interests and skills and indicate how these have been developed Depending on the degree programme you are applying for, admissions staff will be looking for different things from your Personal Statement. See more
Alexander Graham Bell
Inventor of the telephone
Advice on Personal Statement for University of Edinburgh Admissions
The University of Edinburgh personal statement is the chance for the applicant to show the Admissions Officers that they are well-suited for the program. The essay should demonstrate a clear understanding of the program applied for. Applicants should also details their relevant skills and experience, as well as provide an explanation for why they chose that course. The Admissions Officers are looking for well qualified individuals that stand out from the other applicants. Applicants should give themselves plenty of time to write the essay and it helps to have other people proofread it.