There is a distinctly international flavour this month as we introduce, among others, a Swedish graduate working in Brussels, a Church of Scotland Minister residing in Portugal and a biochemist who has been honoured by both the French and Sri Lankan governments.
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Grampian-born Katy Bowman explains how after completing her business degree at Edinburgh she ended up working for the First Minister, before finding herself back in the world of Higher Education.
Swedish graduate Richard Eksten tells us how his experiences at Edinburgh have led him to promoting Scotland’s interests in Brussels and keeping in touch with the University.
Maribel Fernandez, a teacher from Uruguay, shows that even those in established careers can benefit from returning to university life.
Church of Scotland minister Gordon McGeoch, who currently works in Portugal, tell us of his pride of his University of Edinburgh credentials.
Since graduating from Edinburgh in 1972, Rohan Wickramsinghe has enjoyed an esteemed career, and has been honoured by two international governments.
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