In April and May 2018, we will be providing students from East Asia with dedicated online information sessions, so you can find out more about study opportunities and ask our Regional Manager for East Asia questions about studying and applying.
Refugee Pre-sessional Places at English Language Education
We will be offering 12 scholarship places for refugees on our full-time summer pre-sessional programme. These places are for people who have a first degree and an offer of a place on a Masters programme in the UK. The offer should be conditional only on English.
This inaugural Cara Scotland conference, hosted at the University of Edinburgh, will explore the work of the Council for At-Risk Academics, highlight current best practice hosting Cara Fellows across the Scottish higher education sector and identify areas for further partnership.
In the first in our series on projects successfully funded by the Edinburgh Global Innovation Fund, we look at a project that is embarking on a global partnership and educational exchange with a world-leading NGO for street children - the Salaam Baalak Trust, in Delhi.
Go Abroad - Rose in Italy
Read about the winner of the Go Abroad competition essay category, which asked participants to reflect on their time abroad. Rose Whitty spent her time on an excavation site in Italy.
How we built our presence in China, with Nini Yang
In December 2017 we said goodbye to Dr Nini Yang, who for thirteen years has worked at the University of Edinburgh, leading the first of the University’s overseas offices.
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.
Do you have a unique project or an innovative idea that could enhance teaching, research or student experience at the University? If so, you could receive a grant of up to £5,000 to help bring it to life! Closing date is Thursday 29 March, so apply now! www.iig.ed.ac.uk
RT @UoESport: The Commonwealth Games begin today and we send good luck from everyone at Edinburgh to our athletes out on the Gold Coast!
Our diverse global community offers students the opportunity to learn more about the world. We’ve been welcoming international students to Edinburgh for many years & our alumni community has more than 220,000 people from 185 countries: https://t.co/vWUaR14jpl #weareinternational https://t.co/WL3Wx8xrZk
RT @uoessps: You can still register for Global Justice Academy's Spring School on Language & Inequality. This series of events will explore…