History of the University
Heriot-Watt University is the eighth oldest higher education institution in the UK. It originated as the School of Arts of Edinburgh in 1821 and, in 1966, became a University by Royal Charter. More than a quarter of its 7000 on-campus students in Scotland are from outside the UK and this international focus is also demonstrated by the 10,000 students worldwide studying on its international programmes. Heriot-Watt University is one of the UK's leading research institutions having been rated at the highest level by the national review body, the RAE.
Semester I :BDT 16,500/-x 3 Modules = BDT 49,500/-
Semester II :BDT 16,500/-x 3 Modules = BDT 49,500/-
Semester III :BDT 16,500/-x 3 Modules = BDT 49,500/-
Semester IV :BDT 16,500/-x 3 Modules = BDT 49,500/-
Semester V: GBP 100 x 4 Modules = GBP 400
Semester VI: GBP 100 x 4 Modules = GBP 400
Graduation fee GBP 45
After Semester IV, HDA is awarded by SQA (UK)
Fees are subject to change without written notice
Number 1 University in the Scotland (UK),based on the last National Survey (NSS) of UK.
Heriot-Watt University in '100 under 50' World University Ranking
UK Top 20 and 4th in Scotland.
Recognised in the top 4% of universities.
A network of partner universities and colleges in over 30 different countries worldwide.
Heriot-Watt University is one of the UK's leading universities for business and industry and has a reputation for innovative education and enterprise. Educating the professionals and thinkers of tomorrow, the University continues a tradition of excellence going back two centuries. Its External Programmes strive for global access to a high quality learning experience. Heriot-Watt University is dedicated to relevant learning, ensuring that students transfer smoothly into their chosen career.