University of Edinburgh
The capital city of Scotland is not only one of the most visually impressive capitals in the world, but it also boasts an internationally important university which has acquired a formidable reputation since its foundation in 1582. The University of Edinburgh was one of the principal beacons of the Age of Enlightenment and is closely associated with many pre-eminent philosophers, physicians, inventors and mathematicians. Members of the university have won 15 Nobel Prizes and it has produced three British Prime Ministers. It is ranked among the top 20 universities in the world by QS (2013) and its student population of 31,000 includes 10,000 postgraduates.
International student fees / per annum:
Undergraduate: From £13,300 – £17,500
Postgraduate: From £13,700 – £24,100