Edinburgh Napier University

About

Edinburgh Napier University is an innovative university inspired by and deeply connected to the world around it. We create and support personalised learning and research opportunities that nurture talent, create knowledge and shape communities around the world. We have a reputation for the diversity of our student community, the employability of our graduates, our international reach, and our engagement with, business through our research and enterprise. We are excited by our potential and are ambitious for each other and for our students.

At the heart of Scotland’s inspiring capital, The Business School offers a distinctive, inclusive and dynamic educational environment. One of the largest and most modern Business Schools in Scotland, we believe in creating an international community of practice where people are given every opportunity to achieve their full potential. We offer our students choice in the subjects they can study, allowing them to tailor a degree to suit their personal aspirations, career goals and individual preferences. The importance of the global business environment is reflected in our course design and enhanced through study abroad opportunities and the collective sharing of experiences within our multicultural student community. The Business School has an established pedigree in teaching in Business, Leadership, Marketing, Tourism and related subjects.

The University offers one of the most respected tourism courses in Scotland and has strong links to this vibrant and diverse industry. We have been teaching tourism for nearly 30 years which means our courses are constantly evolving to meet the needs of this ever-changing industry. As would be expected from the academic institution with the largest number of enrolled students studying tourism in Scotland, the academic staff in the business school are actively engaged through research, consultancy, teaching, publications, conference presentations, and professional engagement with tourism related bodies, organisations and industry in Scotland. Over the past few years this professional engagement based on teaching, conference presentations, research projects and collaborations has extended globally to Hong Kong, Singapore and the Gulf States.