We have developed programmes on research techniques and independent study skills to support you through your academic career.
The Institute for Academic Development (IAD) offers you advice and documentation on effective learning and also runs Study Skills workshops throughout the year
Research students may claim up to 10 loans and students on taught programmes up to 5 loans (worth £5 each) over the year. Please ensure the books are not available in the Main Library or in the National Library of Scotland before requesting an inter-library loan from the Library help-desk.
The University of Edinburgh Library is a member of the SCONUL access scheme: a cooperative borrowing programme which enables students and staff to borrow material from over 170 participating higher education institutions in the UK and Ireland.
Please follow the link below.
Please contact Linda Grieve in the School office as soon as possible so that we can process the paperwork.
Please note that your e-account will become inactive shortly after leaving the University. You should therefore inform your email contacts and be sure to copy all important data to a personal account.
The Graduate School office (room 12.15 of David Hume Tower) can provide you with confirmation of status letters for many organisations. You must go to Academic Registry in Old College for letters for banks and council tax.
Your supervisor will be able to provide you with an academic reference.
Further support and guidance on academic appeals can be obtained from The EUSA Advice Place.
This article was published on Aug 1, 2012