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Founded in 1583, the University of Edinburgh (UoE) is the sixth oldest university in the English-speaking world and one of Britain and Ireland’s seven ancient universities. A world leading research-intensive university, UoE offers boasts entrepreneurial and cross-disciplinary culture that attracts students and staff from across the globe.
Edinburgh University first begun as a college of law before expanding into a formally established college, under the Royal Charter of King James VI of Scotland on 14th April 1582.
UoE is made up of three colleges: Humanities and Social Science, Science and Engineering, and Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. Within these three colleges, there are 20 academic schools.
What is UoE's QS World University Ranking?
How many colleges does UoE have?
3 colleges containing 21 schools
What is UoE's student-faculty ratio?
What is the percentage of international students at UoE?
What is the median starting salary of UoE graduates?
What percentage of UoE students are male and what percentage are female?
40% male and 60% female
How hard is it to get into UoE?
The University of Edinburgh is a very competitive institution with an acceptance rate of only 10%.