University contacts who work across North America.
Based in Edinburgh, Frank works with colleagues and students to implement the University’s North American Strategy. He work closely with colleagues across the University on matters relating to student recruitment, alumni engagement and partnering.
Based in Edinburgh, Scott is responsible for coordinating and advancing engagement across USA and Canada. He identifies, develops and manages university-level partnerships, connections and opportunities with key institutions and agencies with a particular focus on development of strategic research partnership activity.
Based in Santiago, Dalinda assists in the leadership of the International Recruitment Team (in Student Recruitment and Admissions). Dalinda is a key contact for student recruitment across the Americas.
Aly is based in Edinburgh, and is a member of the International Recruitment Team (in Student Recruitment and Admissions).
Based in New York, Mikaela is a member of the International Recruitment Team (in Student Recruitment and Admissions).
Based in California, Hillary is a member of the International Recruitment Team (in Student Recruitment and Admissions).
The University has relationships with some of North America’s leading institutions including:
– University of Toronto
– McGill University
– Cornell University
– Vanderbilt University
– Rice University
– University of California
– University of Pennsylvania
We also engage with a wider range of North America partners via our membership of networks:
– Universitas 21
– U7+ Alliance
– Institute of International Education
– Clinton Global Initiative University Network
Contact the North American Office
45 Rockefeller Plaza, Suite 2000, New York, NY 10111
t: +1 (212) 332-3464
Aly Stewart, Rachael Parsons and Hillary Cementina manage recruitment activity in Canada and the USA.
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