The Two Of Us
Many a friendship is forged during our university days, and we want to hear how you met your partner or lifelong friend.
Edinburgh is truly a special city. It’s where I learnt about medicine and where I met my wife.
'The Two of Us' is an important part of Edit, our alumni magazine. We love to hear stories of friendships forged and lasting partnerships created.
Our Winter 2012/13 edition featured Neha Gohil (née Vahali) and Dr Amit Gohil who met at a Bhangra night party at the Pleasance in 2000. The couple are now married with two children and live in San Carlos, California.
Tell us your story
Due to its popularity we would like to include more of your stories and happy encounters in future editions.
- Did you meet your lifelong partner at Edinburgh? Get in touch and let us know how. Blind date, sports club, early morning tutorial - we want to know.
- Did you meet your soulmate at Edinburgh? Did you put the world to rights over a Teviot table late into the night?
- Is your best friend the one you made as an Edinburgh fresher? Have your conversations evolved from discussions about a night at the Wee Red Bar, to mortgage comparisons and childcare dilemmas?
Get in touch and tell us more. We would love to hear from you.
Please include your degree and year of graduation, plus a photo so that other graduates recoginise your beaming faces.
Following government guidelines regarding the Covid-19 outbreak, our team has moved to remote working. Our phone lines remain open for messages, which are checked daily. However, please do consider sending us an email, if you can.
How to find us
Development and Alumni is based on the third floor of Charles Stewart House on Chambers Street.
Contact Alumni Engagement
Specific enquiries can be directed to the relevant individual.
Contact Development and Alumni
A full contact list for Development and Alumni can be found on our departmental website.