Three members of staff have been honoured by the University for their contribution to teaching and research.
The University is marking Scotland’s national day with a celebration at St Cecilia’s Hall.
A £350 million fundraising drive that has drawn support from author J.K. Rowling has reached its target.
At a time when there is real pressure on students to secure employment after University, there is very encouraging news emerging from Edinburgh about the success rate of its graduates in getting good jobs.
Information Services is to launch a new virtual classroom service.
A new survey indicates that Edinburgh is one of the world’s best universities.
The Politics of Innovation for Environmental Sustainability: celebrating the contribution of Stewart Russell (1955–2011)
Edinburgh University Students’ Association is celebrating students who have returned from time overseas.
Scots-Italian violin virtuoso Nicola Benedetti is backing a new scholarship scheme based at Edinburgh, the Nicola Benedetti Scholarship Fund.
University students have been contributing to an international movement to encourage global academic co-operation.
A series of public lectures examining the global challenges facing society, and the role of academia in meeting these challenges.
The Sustainability Office would like to offer a warm welcome to both new undergraduate and postgraduate students, the University provides many great opportunities to get involved in social responsibility and sustainability.
The University is to launch its new Personal Tutor system at the start of the academic year as part of its ongoing commitment to enhancing the student experience.
Development Studies in Africa and South Asia: Cutting across regions and disciplines
Edinburgh is launching six new courses for online students, which will offer a taste of higher education for free.
A new e-learning programme will enable students to better understand and address inequalities faced by people around the world.
The Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, Pascal Lamy, is to deliver a lecture at the University.
University of Edinburgh receives highest possible judgement for its student learning experience.
The University is celebrating its long history of African engagement with a landmark conference.
This article was published on Jun 24, 2011