The University of Edinburgh Business School, which is based in Edinburgh, Scotland, was founded in 1919. Since 1919, the university has provided business education, including the MBA degree since 1980. The business school is affiliated with the University of Edinburgh, which was founded in 1582 by a royal licence.
The Business School at the University of Edinburgh has a long history of teaching and research. Accounting and finance, entrepreneurship and innovation, management science & business economics, marketing, organisational studies, and strategy & international business are among the undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive education programmes offered by the School. All of this is housed in a cutting-edge structure that includes lecture halls, syndicate rooms, an executive education suite, a café, and ample space for students and staff.
The School is triple-accredited by AMBA, AACSB, and EQUIS, and its international student body includes nearly 100 nations from around the world, fostering ideas from people of different cultures and backgrounds.
The University's Business School is located in the core of the campus. The majority of the school's employees is housed in this cutting-edge structure, which has eight lecture theatres, various syndicate rooms, an executive education suite, a café, and ample space for students and staff. The school has easy access to the great facilities as well. These include many fine meeting rooms and larger venues, several designed by Robert Adam in the 18th century.
UEBS is accredited by EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB. Some selected rankings are shown below:
The University of capital runs AN accommodation recommendation service at the beginning of every year to assist students if they need to search personal accommodation
Edinburgh is Scotland's capital and a United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage web site. it's thought of one among the greenest and most architecturally lovely cities in Europe and its beauty and name for science since the eighteenth Century has attained it the nickname ‘the Athens of the North’. Since 2001, capital has systematically been voted ‘Favourite kingdom City’ by Observer, Conde Naste (2010 Award Winner for Best City) and Guardian readers.
The following dates of the session of 2021-22 have been reported by the official academic calendar uploaded on The University of Edinburgh Business School's website.
|Semester 1 (20 September - 21 December, 2021)|
|Welcome Week,International check-in||13-17 September 2021|
|Semester 1 starts/ Teaching block 1 starts||20 September 2021|
|Teaching block 1 ends||22 October 2021|
|Teaching block 2 starts||25 October 2021|
|Graduation||27 November - 8 December 2021|
|Teaching block 2 ends||3 December 2021|
|Revision/examinations||6-13 December 2021|
|Examinations||13-21 December 2021|
|Semester 1 ends||21 December 2021|
|Winter teaching vacation starts||23 December 2021|
|Christmas Break||24 December 2021 - 4 January 2022|
|University reopens at 9am||5 January 2022|
|Winter teaching vacation ends||10 January 2022|
|Semester 2 (17 January - 27 May, 2022)|
|January Welcome||To be confirmed|
|Semester 2 begins / Teaching block 3 begins||17 January 2022|
|Teaching block 3 ends||18 February 2022|
|Flexible Learning Week||21 February 2022|
|Spring teaching vacation||11-22 April 2022|
|Revision||25-29 April 2022|
|Examinations||2 May - 27 May 2022|
|Semester 2 ends||27 May 2022|
|Summer teaching vacation starts||30 May 2022|
|Graduation||To be confirmed|
|Resist Examinations||To be confirmed|
If you have already accepted a scholarship from the University of EBS