Heriot-Watt University – Postgraduate Taught Open Evening – 15 March 2024

Fri 15 Mar 2024

Event Information

Postgraduate Taught Open Evening – Friday 15 March, 16:00 – 18:30, Heriot-Watt Edinburgh Campus

Boost your career with a Masters degree from Heriot-Watt University

Come along to our beautiful Edinburgh campus and immerse yourself in the postgraduate university experience. Chat to academics in your chosen field, find out about scholarships on offer, tour our facilities, and discover all that we offer our Masters students. We will also have our Admissions and Careers teams on hand to answer any questions you may have. Simply book the sessions you’d like to attend upon registering.

You will also receive a £500 fee discount for attending the event and applying to one of our Masters programmes before midnight on 30th April 2024 (not to be used alongside other offer/scholarship).

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Why Heriot-Watt:

  • We’re ranked 1st in Scotland and 2nd in the UK for Postgraduate Positive Outcomes – almost 90% of our postgraduates are in employment, further study or otherwise using their Masters degrees 15 months after graduation (HESA 2023).
  • Home to world-class facilities, including the National Robotarium, a £7m Postgraduate Centre and the sports performance centre Oriam, where Scotland’s national football and rugby squads train.
  • Our industry-informed programmes produce the highest percentage of CEOs and Managing Directors in the country (Novuna Business Cash Flow 2023).
  • A range of funding and scholarships is available to make your time at university easier.
  • Become a global citizen and join The Watt Club – the UK’s oldest alumni association with over 159,000 graduates in 190 countries.

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Study in one of the best cities in the world

If you’re looking for a lively student-friendly city, then Edinburgh could be for you. Voted the UK’s best city for culture by Time Out, Edinburgh has it all – a vibrant nightlife and café culture, designer retailers, nearby beaches, and plenty of green space.

The city is also home to the Edinburgh International Festival and Fringe Festival, the city is a hub for art, culture, comedy and drama.