Completed in 2010, the University's Business School is located at the heart of the University's central campus.
The Chrystal Macmillan Building is home to the School of Social and Political Science.
The Old High School is undergoing remodelling to accommodate a new University centre for research on carbon innovation.
High School Yards is home to several historic buildings which currently house departments across the social sciences.
These striking buildings have won numerous awards for their environmentally sustainable design.
Currently under major redevelopment, the main University Library first opened in the 1960s.
The gallery showcases the best in Scottish and international architectural practices as well as exhibitions by internationally renowned architects.
Sir Robert Rowand Anderson designed the University of Edinburgh's graduation hall in 1874.
New College was established in 1843, and became part of the University of Edinburgh in 1935.
Old College is the home of the Law School, the Talbot Rice Gallery and the Playfair Library.
The Old Medical School is a Grade A listed building which forms part of a large complex designed by Robert Rowand Anderson in 1874.
The Playfair Library is regarded as one of Scotland's finest public rooms.
Pleasance hosts several venues for live entertainment as well as the Centre for Sport and Exercise.
Potterrow hosts student association offices, relaxed study spaces and the city’s biggest student nightclub.
The Reid Concert Hall was opened by John Donaldson, Professor of Music at the University, in 1859.
St Cecilia's Hall was built in 1763 and is the oldest purpose-built concert hall in Scotland.
The University’s public art gallery was established in 1975.
Opened in 1889, Teviot Row House is the oldest purpose-built student union in the world.
The Visitor Centre contains a shop, exhibition space and information centre.
This article was published on Aug 2, 2012