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“Edinburgh, as the Scottish capital, is renowned not only as a centre of commerce, but also for its rich history and culture. The city is home to countless historical attractions, libraries and theatres.” Ming Ming Chau BA (Hons) Business Management £3,000 - £5,000 and are discounted from your course fees. Information about how to apply for one of these scholarships is available on page 172 or on our website at www.qmu.ac.uk/study-here/ fees-and-funding/scholarships-for-new- students/ pages 20-23 or visit our website at www. qmu.ac.uk/study-here/student-services/ for further information on the full range of services available Medical services Medical and hospital treatments are currently available under the National Health Service (NHS) to international students in Scotland. Non-European Economic Area (EEA) nationals who apply to come to the UK to study for more than six months may be required to pay an immigration health surcharge. Further information about the immigration health surcharge can be found at www.gov.uk/ healthcare-immigration-application Student services The University offers a range of services and support to students on issues related to careers, disability, health and funding, to assist you while you are studying. See Contemplation Room We have a room on campus which is open to all students and staff of all faiths and denominations to use for prayer and quiet contemplation. Living in Edinburgh Edinburgh is an established international centre with a reputation for academic excellence that attracts students from all over the world to its institutions. Rich in culture, history and architectural splendour, the city was recently named the third safest city in the world and is an ideal location in which to spend your student years. With a multicultural 27 population, the city has numerous specialist food shops and places of worship for many religions. Edinburgh is well connected by air, road and rail to other major cities within the UK including Aberdeen, Glasgow, London, Manchester and Birmingham. Internationally, Amsterdam, Paris and Frankfurt are just over an hour away by air, with direct flights also to the USA, Norway, Qatar, Turkey, UAE and elsewhere also possible from Edinburgh International Airport. More links are being added every few months, reflecting the economic success and cultural diversity of Edinburgh and Scotland. Here, you will undoubtedly find a quality of life that provides a thriving and safe environment in which to study for your chosen degree. For more information on Edinburgh, see pages 34-39.