Latin America

The Latin America team supports and helps develop our long-standing links across the region.

Dailnda Perez

Dalinda Perez Alvarez Rodriguez

Regional Director - Latin America

Based in Santiago

Key contacts

About the regional team

The regional team is led by Dalinda Perez Alvarez Rodriguez. Dalinda is based in Santiago, Chile alongside her colleagues Scott Bennett and Teresa Guerro.

The regional centre in Chile was set up to aid collaboration between the University and partners in education, business and government across the region.

Dalinda works with the International Dean to devise and deliver the University's regional plan for Latin America. 

The University has an established tradition of academic interaction in Latin America in a number of fields, including energy, public health, economics and the preservation of delicate ecosystems.


Latin America, Regional Centre
The University of Edinburgh

Work: +56 22 594 7418

El Golf 40, piso 12, Oficina 1264
Las Condes
Santiago, Chile


There are University scholarships available to support the most talented students from Latin America. The Edinburgh Global Scholarships are available for students who are applying for PhD studies.

Scholarships for students from Latin America


We have appointed alumni network ambassadors in Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina and Uruguay. The alumni network in Chile is growing and will soon become an alumni club.


We seek out the best students from countries across Latin America, with a dedicated team of recruitment staff.

We have a dedicated area for entry requirements, which translates UK requirements into local qualifications:

We regularly meet with prospective students and partners in the Americas. Here is an up to date list of our next trips:

The recruitment wiki includes reports and resources for staff who are interested in international recruitment activities.

Recruitment enquiries

University Centres

The University's Centre for Contemporary Latin America Studies is based in Edinburgh. It co-ordinates and publicises the range of academic activities related to the region.

Centre for Contemporary Latin America Studies