University contacts who work across Southeast Asia and Australasia.
International Dean for Southeast Asia and Australasia | Based in Edinburgh
David works to implement the partnership strategy in the region, which underpins a range of activities including student and staff mobility, joint postgraduate and research programmes, and links with industry and the commercial sector.
Regional Manager - Southeast Asia and Australasia | Based in Edinburgh
Louise is the lead recruitment contact for South East Asia and Australasia. Louise focuses on the recruitment and conversion of students from Southeast Asia and Australasia to the University. Her key markets include Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Brunei and Australia.
Regional Director - Southeast Asia and Australasia | Based in Singapore
Audrey develops new partnerships, strengthens current relationships, and connects with alumni and friends across the Southeast Asia and Australasia region. She also attends recruitment fairs helping students on their learning journey to Edinburgh.
Our centre in Singapore was launched in 2017. It was established to help us shape our future activities in Singapore, scope opportunities and to further develop our alumni network.
Our student recruitment work in Southeast Asia and Australasia is not connected to the Representative Office and is run entirely from Edinburgh by Louise Zeelenberg, our Regional Manager for Southeast Asia.
Our regional brief
Facts and figures about our engagement with Southeast Asia and Australasia.
The University has relationships with some of Southeast Asia's leading institutions including:
National University of Singapore (NUS)
Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
Singapore Management University (SMU)
International Medical University
Universiti Tun Abdul Razak
We seek out the best students from countries across Southeast Asia and Australia, with a dedicated team of recruitment staff. Jenny Thacker and Louise Zeelenberg, Regional Managers, lead recruitment in the region.
We have a dedicated area for entry requirements, which translates UK requirements into local qualifications.