Gaelic at the University of Edinburgh

Fàilte from the Students' Association

As soon as you join the University, you will be a member of the Edinburgh University Students' Association (EUSA) with access to a range of their services and resources.

EUSA Representatives

Leugh seo sa Ghàidhlig / Read this in Gaelic

EUSA will be working for you to make sure that you have the best experience while you are here at the University.  

Edinburgh University Students' Association 

The Edinburgh University Students' Association is here to represent a provide support to its community of over 42, 000 students at the University of Edinburgh. This is a group which is run for and by students. 

A message from the EUSA President 

I'm Sharan, your 2023/24 Students' Association President, and I want to take this opportunities to personally welcome you to your Students' Association. Myself and your four other full-time representatives (Alma, Katie, Lauren and Carl) were elected by students like you, back in March, to ensure students' voices are being listened to and acted upon, by the University and beyond. 

We are really looking forward to welcoming you fully to the University of Edinburgh in September!

Sharan Atwal EUSA President

Sharan and the rest of your Sabbatical Officers can be found on Instagram. 

EUSA Officers on Instagram 

Supporting Gaelic 

This year, we are fortunate that Gaelic is represented among the EUSA officers. EUSA VP Community, Alma, is a Gaelic speaker and they are working to increase the support, visibility and use of Gaelic on campus. 

Alma and Katie will be sitting on the University's Gaelic Plan working group. Find out about the University's Gaelic Language Plan below. 

University of Edinburgh Gaelic Language Plan 

Useful Links 

EUSA Website 

Facebook group for new students