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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Area of Study: Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Art History, Asian Studies, Astronomy, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Classics, Computer Engineering, Design, Earth and Environmental Science, Economics, Education, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, English, Environmental Studies, Health, Medicine, & Society, History, International Relations, Mathematics/Statistics, Mechanical Engineering, Music, Pharmaceutical, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion Studies, Sociology Experience / Activity Type: Classes
Credit type: Apply for transfer credit Minimum GPA: 3.0
Class Eligibility: 2.5 Sophomore 2nd semester, Junior, Senior Housing Option: Dorm/Student Residence
Host: External Program: Direct Enroll AACSB accredited: Yes
Global Exchange Lehigh (GEL): Yes Click here for a definition of this term Global Engineering Consortium: NO
Program Description:

   Living in Edinburgh

Edinburgh has the size of a town but the social and cultural assets of a city, making it one of the UK’s leading tourist destinations. Edinburgh is a safe student city, with a population of 500,000. We have four universities in the city and together students make up one tenth of the population. Edinburgh is ranked the second best student city in the UK by QS Best Student Cities 2015.

Student Life

Student Life 

In Edinburgh you'll join a lively, close-knit community with hundreds of student clubs and societies on offer. Meeting other students is always important to our visiting students and you will have many options available to you here to help you build up your social network, such as the buddy scheme, +240 student societies and +70 sports societies on offer. Learn more about student associations here



The University of Edinburgh is currently ranked 19th in the world in the QS ranking and our former students have been at the forefront of knowledge since the founding of the university in 1583. We offer a huge variety of subjects and individual courses for visiting students. The university has over 42 different key subject areas and within these there are over 1500 courses. Learn more about course offerings here



The university has a wide variety of accommodation largely with walking distance of the main University area in the city centre. For more information, please visit the housing page here.