TSR Wiki > University > Choosing a University > University Guides > Edinburgh Napier University Edinburgh Napier University (formerly just Napier University) is a new university in Edinburgh, based around a number of campuses. It gained university status in 1992, but was formerly Napier Technical College (founded 1964). The four main campuses are Merchiston, Craighouse, Craiglockhart and Sighthill and they are all based in and around Edinburgh. Medical campuses exist at other locations around the city and several other buildings within Edinburgh are also used by the uni. Edinburgh Napier University
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European student numbers soar at Scotland's free universities | Education Scottish ministers claim that thousands of European students are exploiting Scotland's free university system to avoid paying escalating fees in their home countries. The latest admissions figures show the number of students from other EU countries taking up places at Scottish universities has nearly doubled in a decade to almost 16,000 last year, at a cost of nearly £75m. Mike Russell, the Scottish education minister, said the figures showed that European students were becoming an increasingly significant drain on the university sector at a time of deepening cuts in public spending. Russell is to press Europe's education commissioner, Androulla Vassiliou, to change European university funding rules since the cost had now increased five-fold in the last decade. The number of EU students getting free places went up 17% in 2009/10. By comparison, the number of EU students taking up places at English universities went up by 6%.
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Sunday roast The Sunday roast is a traditional British and Irish main meal that is traditionally served on Sundays but can be eaten on any day of the week, consisting of roasted meat, roast potato or mashed potato, with accompaniments such as Yorkshire pudding, stuffing, vegetables and gravy. Other names for this meal are cooked dinner, Sunday dinner, Sunday lunch, Sunday tea, Roast dinner, and Sunday joint (joint referring specifically to the joint of meat). The meal is often comparable to a less grand version of a traditional Christmas dinner.
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