Recent graduates talk about their experiences at the University, career choices and hopes for the future.
After studying for his MSc in Infectious Diseases at Edinburgh via online learning, Dr Dricile Ratib completed a PhD in Public Health and now splits his time lecturing and working for a humanitarian organisation.
German medical researcher Dr Eleonore Blaurock-Busch shares why she started the MSc in Creative Writing at age 75.
Chemistry graduate Elisabeth Feldstein reflects on the opportunities she grasped as a student, from supporting women in STEM to co-founding a medical device start-up.
Winemaker Kendra White on moving to Australia, contributing to sustainable viticulture and keeping an open mind to seemingly random life experiences.
Timothy James (TJ) Hatter
International Relations graduate Timothy James (TJ) Hatter on his enthusiasm for serving the public and working with New York State's Attorney General.
1,000 Gentoo penguins, four humans and no running water: 2017 alumna Kirsty Dick reveals what it's like to run a historic base in Antarctica.
Forensic anthropology graduate Tang Yi-Hua plays a role in helping people to see again through her works as a technician at the National Eye Bank of Taiwan.
Neha Gupta's masters programme helped her gain a new vision of finance and was a springboard to graduate positions at top finance firms in the UK and India.
After seven years producing major live events in the Middle East, Rachel Millar left for film school in the Big Apple and is now developing an unscripted true crime series and an LGBTQ+ short film.
From developing video games to launching new ventures and heading up a branding agency, 2011 physics graduate Ian LeBruce isn't afraid to get out of his comfort zone.
Masters graduate Jennifer Dick reveals how her academic background in Religious Studies has given her an advantage in her new career as a travel agent.
Creative Writing MSc graduate Keith Derick shares his onward journey in academia researching asexual characters in literature.
Laura Keogh, an expert in data protection law and space law, looks back on her LLM in Innovation, Technology and Law and the confidence it has inspired.
Anna Staudigl's interdisciplinary background in philosophy and economics has helped her build a career in finance in Vienna.
Digital Education graduate Janet Benson gained a new fascination for game-based learning and no shortage of funny anecdotes during her online MSc studies.
Erangi De Costa
Masters graduate Erangi De Costa reveals how her Edinburgh studies helped to fast track her career as a product manager in Sri Lanka.
Passionate educationalist Ovais Yazdani shares his vision for creating an accessible, pluralistic and egalitarian education system in Pakistan.
Blacksmith and conservation economist Nicholas Moreau reveals how grasping opportunities inside and outside the classroom sparked his unique career trajectory.
Storytelling is key to the many strands of Sindhu Rajasekaran’s career, including writing short stories, producing films and crafting corporate communications.
Lawrence Brown has carved a unique path with his expertise in veterinary medicine. Today he combines running an animal health consultancy and supporting the UK Government, whilst pursuing a part-time MBA at the University's Business School.
Mary Pan was already a seasoned executive when she took the online LLM in Medical Law and Ethics. The President of the Singapore Alumni Club shares how her Edinburgh education has expanded her perspectives in the dynamic healthcare sector.
Tessa Fiorini Cohen
Freelance science writing, teaching and lecturing, plus a full-time post in the pharmaceutical industry combine to make up Tessa Fiorini Cohen's multifaceted career.
2017 alumna Erin Bertram shares her post-graduation adventures and reveals how studying literature has helped her succeed in a PR and digital communications role.
Days after submitting her MSc Marine Systems and Policies dissertation, Erin McFadden embarked on a new career path as part of the Frozen Planet II production team with the BBC Natural History Unit.