Our work in the world

Our work in the world

Meeting the biggest challenges of the day

South East Asia - Indonesia

South East Asia Office launched

The University has strengthened links with South East Asia by establishing a new base in Singapore.

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Ask us a question

If you have questions about applying to Edinburgh, we're happy to help.

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Congratulations, class of 2017!

If you're an international graduate, you might have some questions about what's next for you. We're here to help!

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Our services

Assisting applicants, staff and partners.

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Teach or train in Edinburgh

Staff from universities around the world can spend a funded week teaching or training at the University of Edinburgh.

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Refugee support at the University of Edinburgh

The refugee crisis in Syria has gained recent headlines for the millions of displaced citizens seeking refuge across Europe. We look at the University’s efforts to assist refugees, through work with the Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA), and additional scholarship pledges.

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Achieving political settlements in fragile and conflict-affected states

One of the largest research projects of the Global Justice Academy is the Political Settlements Research Programme (PSRP), which examines how to achieve inclusive and open political settlements in fragile and conflict-affected states.

Welcome Week

Access for refugees

To improve access and information for refugee students and scholars, the University of Edinburgh is launching a Refugee Advisory Service.

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Connect with the Regional Teams

Linking Edinburgh to the world.

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Meet us in your country

Applicant support and information session on Edinburgh.

Coimbra Conference

Coimbra Conference 2017

We hosted the Coimbra Conference on 7 - 9 June 2017 - find out more about the Coimbra Group.

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