The International Office supports University staff with expertise, guidance and advice.
Guidelines for exchange co-ordinators and Directors of Studies.
How to set up a new exchange link or how to apply for a staff exchange.
We publish Managed Migration guidelines for staff.
These guidelines are held on our Staff Intranet in a restricted area requiring pre-registration.
Useful news and updates for staff can be found in 'International Connection'. This newsletter is published by the International Student Advisory Service team.
The Recruitment and Development team represent and promote the University overseas, and support staff with international expertise.
Each year our International Officers visit schools, colleges and education exhibitions to promote the University and recruit international students.
|Derek MacLeod||USA, Canada|
|Scott McQuarrie||USA, Canada|
|Rajandeep Singh||Latin America|
|Esther Sum||China, Hong Kong, Taiwan|
|Jenny Thacker||Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore & Thailand|
Reports on recruitment activity and background information about the countries we visit are available for interested University staff on our intranet.
In order to view this information you need to register for access to our intranet.
Staff in the Recruitment and Development team liaise with the various educational agents who are recognised by the University.
We currently have agents in 21 countries and regions across Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and North America.
The International Strategy and Partnerships section supports the Vice Principal International in the leadership, development and implementation of the University’s Internationalisation Strategy, Edinburgh Global.
It also supports the development and management of international partnerships and should be contacted prior to initiating or entering into an international partnership or agreement.
The section also manages the Global Directory of partnerships and can provide valuable historical and contextual information on proposed partners, nations, existing agreements and previous contact with the University.
This article was published on May 10, 2013