Every year, students who go abroad through exchanges or short term international experiences are invited to take part in a competition showcasing their experiences. Check out the winning entries - maybe you'll be inspired to go abroad too!
African scholarship programme goes from strength to strength
One year into the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at Edinburgh, ensuring access to education for young African students who have great potential but few educational opportunities.
Striving for excellence: supporting our international staff community
When striving to achieve your career ambitions, especially in an international setting, having support to navigate the challenges of immigration rules and regulations is incredibly valuable. In this feature, we welcome Sarah Hoey, International Staff Adviser, to Edinburgh Global, and look at her role as well as her hopes for the service.
Photos by our international students
Each year we invite students to show us their vision of Edinburgh.
One thing I love about Edinburgh is the mix of old and new waiting at every corner. That day, I climbed the Scott Monument for a stunning view of Old Town - only to realise I was sharing the skies with the riders of the Star Flyer!
Unexpected sunset at Grassmarket
'The Daily Stroll'
'The regular route to and fro, Cars and people seem to go; Automobiles on roads impose, Strangers in scarves you may not know. The lights dim and We keep walking.'
A band of anti-social delinquents approach Arthur’s Seat on an unrealistically pleasant Scottish day
Dhinesh Kumar Sampath Kumar
The Field of Light exhibition in St Andrew Square – a magical view.
We will never forget the evening when people from all over the world gathered on top of Calton Hill to enjoy the fireworks event that mark the end of Edinburgh Festival.
Clouds over the Castle. Whilst on a walk in Edinburgh shortly after I arrived, I stumbled upon this unexpected view of the castle, which has now become one of my favourite spots in Edinburgh.
Renowned Indian politician and writer Shashi Tharoor has said Britain and India's shared history can help shape a productive new relationship.
Delivering a keynote lecture as part of the University of Edinburgh’s India Day celebrations, at the University's McEwan Hall on Monday, 2 October – Dr Tharoor said the two countries must learn from the lessons of the past.