a. Hold an Honours Bachelor’s degree in any discipline awarded by a recognized university or equivalent; Or
b. Have achieved a level in relevant professional qualifications equivalent to an Honours Bachelor’s degree.
Applicants will also be required to provide proof of English Language Proficiency (usually IELTS 6.0 or equivalent), unless their degree was taught in English.
Edinburgh Napier University recognises that not everyone will have an Honours degree, which is needed for admission to the programme, so the university has included a number of mechanisms for those with ordinary Degrees or equivalent
to enhance their qualification to Honours level through experience. University Regulations do allow for non-standard entry and these cases will be considered by the ENU Programme Leader.
WE VALUE YOUR EXPERIENCE
Edinburgh Napier University recognises that not everyone will have an Honours degree. The University has therefore included a number of mechanisms for those with equivalent knowledge gained through other qualifications and work
experience, to enhance their qualification to Honours level. University Regulations require that in all cases of nonstandard entry, applications will be reviewed by the Programme Leader.
Associate Student Entry
If you have five or more years business work experience, you can be considered as an Associate student and enrolled on two modules. Successful completion of these modules will gain you entry to the programme. Further information is available from the Programme Manager.
Module Exemption – Certificated Recognition of Prior Learning
Where you believe you have acquired knowledge and skills developed through study of other university or professional qualifications you can apply to be exempted from a maximum of two programme modules. For this you need to demonstrate that the qualification(s) you hold enable you to achieve the learning outcomes of the relevant modules.Module exemptions reduce the total expense of the programme.
Module Exemption – Uncertificated Recognition of Prior Learning
Where you believe you have acquired knowledge and skills developed through expertise gained at work you can apply to be exempted from a maximum of two programme modules. For this you need to demonstrate that you have already achieved the learning outcomes of the relevant modules and the process involves you preparing a portfolio of evidence and an interview of one hour. Further details are available in a separate booklet. The fee for application for exemption is GBP100 and the process should be completed prior to commencing the programme. Module exemptions reduce the total expense of the programme.