We have 50,000 alumni around the world. Will you be one of them?
29th August 2019 - 12th September 2019
University of Edinburgh
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A traineeship or work placement can be a good way of gaining hands-on, relevant experience and in some cases can count towards your degree.
We can help you to develop MOUs, MOAs or more complex ventures with policy advice, contacts, resources and guidance.
UncoverED is a collaborative decolonial research project that reveals the incredible stories of our global alumni. A digital gallery is published on the UncoverED website.
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The University is proud of this exclusive partnership. Football makes a huge contribution to global society.
The University is running a series of events in support of national and regional activities celebrating refugees.
As the first phase of the UncoverED project comes to an end, we reflect on its successes and look forward to what the future holds.
Admissions advice and support for those who would like to apply for studies here.
Assisting applicants, students, staff and partners.
The University of Edinburgh staff immigration service provides free and impartial specialist advice on UK immigration matters for prospective and current staff, visitors and their accompanying dependants.
Come to an open day or take a campus tour.
Featuring stories from students around the University.
Read the blog and get involved!
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Through Study Abroad in Edinburgh, you can choose from five programmes and study for a semester or a full year in Edinburgh.
Read students’ stories from their Go Abroad trip on the Edinburgh Exchanges blog.
Applications for CARA's help are at record levels, and so they have launched their 10 x 20 campaign in an effort to meet this demand.
Find out more about the 10 x 20 appeal
Explore opportunities and funding options to go abroad.
A full list of Edinburgh Global staff members and contacts for regional teams, staff based overseas and our International Deans.
Members of the Digital Education research centre travelled to Istanbul to lead a three-day workshop on online teaching for a group of academics displaced to Turkey by the Syria crisis.
Find out more about the outcomes of the project
Apply for funding to teach or train abroad.
Find out about your opportunities to go abroad
To improve access and information for refugee students and scholars, the University of Edinburgh is launching a Refugee Advisory Service.
We visit a range of countries to speak to applicants.
Linking Edinburgh to the world.
Advice about the impact of the EU referendum.
Staff from universities around the world can spend a funded week teaching or training at the University of Edinburgh.
The Student Immigration Service is on hand to support international students with immigration and visa matters.