The University's Widening Participation Team works closely with internal and external partner organisations on a variety of projects supporting applicants and current students alike.
For further information about any of these projects, please contact the appropriate team member.
LEAPS is an outreach schools programme aimed at raising awareness of opportunities in higher education.
Kickstart is a week long summer school which is free to attend and is designed to provide a fun and useful taster of studying at University.
The South East Forum (SEF) is a unique partnership of 18 colleges and universities across the South East of Scotland to widen access to college and university.
Lift Off is a regional initiative focussing on priority schools in Fife, Perth and Kinross, Angus, Dundee and Tayside.
Access to Industry is a community-based project being piloted in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh, for adults involved in the arts.
SWAP brings together Colleges and Universities to work collaboratively on the development of access courses.
The Office of Lifelong Learning has developed a new Credit for Entry route for students taking their accredited Open Studies courses.
About the BA in Childhood Practice part-time degree programme at the University of Edinburgh.
Access Bursaries help new students experiencing financial difficulties take up their place of admission at the University of Edinburgh.
The CUE online facility aims to ease your transition to higher education.
Law Prep is an online tool which aims to help prospective students get to grips with studying Law at the University of Edinburgh.
This article was published on Aug 2, 2010