Find & Contact the Student Support Team
The Student Support team for the School of Health in Social Science are located in the Old Medical Building, Doorway 6, Teviot Place in the Teaching and Support Office, level 1.
The team is now working remotely in line with University and Government guidelines and in the interests of everyone's health and safety. We continue to be available by email. If you would rather speak with one of us, we can call you via Microsoft Teams, or, if you are based in the UK, we can telephone. If possible, please email in the first instance. You can email to make an appointment, phone us, or drop in during office hours
|Name||Role||Telephone Number||Office Hours|
|Sergio Mori||Student Support Officer||+44 (0)131 651 3970||Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm|
|Louise Carracher||Student Support Officer||+44 (0)131 651 5144||Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm|
|Jason Andreas||Student Support Office||+44 (0)131 650 4661||Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm|
|Anna Conroy||Student Experience and Quality Officer||+44 (0)131 651 3055||Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm|
Getting to the School:By Train
Edinburgh Waverley Train Station is served by rail services to Scotland and the rest of the UK. Getting to us from Waverly station is a 15 minute walk, 5 minutes by bike or 10 minutes on a bus.
Our School is approximately a fifteen minute to walk from Edinburgh Waverley Train Station. To plan a walking journey, you can use the Walkit.com journey planner.
This journey planner will tell you:
- The best route to walk.
- Approximately how long the walk will take.
- The distance of the walk.
- The approximate number of calories you will burn.
To use the Walkit.com journey planner, all you need to do is enter the name of your origin and destination.
There is a network of on and off-road cycle routes in Edinburgh and our school is within a five-minute cycle ride of Edinburgh Waverley Train Station.
To find out local cycle routes to the School, you can use the CycleStreets journey planner or the City of Edinburgh Council cycle maps. All you need to do is enter your origin and destination:
We have bike stands available in the quad and the nearby Central Area which can accommodate 900 bikes.
There are also secure bike stores across the Central University Area available for staff and students:
Buses from all over the city travel to and near our building. To plan your route you can use Lothian buses online journey planner:
Or get advice and pick up timetables from their Travelshop in the city centre at Waverley Bridge.
A single adult fare costs £1.70 and you must have the correct change.
Some of the popular buses that stop close by include the: 23, 27, 35 and 45 (Teviot Place) and 41, 42 (on Buccleuch Street)
There is also a shuttle bus available from the University's Kings Buildings:
We are located on the south side of the city centre where traffic congestion can be a problem, and parking is strictly controlled.
There are a number of University car parks located in the Central Area and near the School and some parking meter spaces are available near Buccleuch Place.
University car parks are for the use of permit holders only and are subject to the University’s Parking Regulations. This is managed by the University Transport and Parking Office.
Permits are available for visitors to the University:
Taxis also are available from Waverly train station and across the city.
We have a lift, teaching rooms, a reception, student support offices, toilets and a social space which are accessible. Unfortunately, not every room in the School is fully accessible, some staff offices and meeting rooms do have steps to access them. We have accessible rooms and toilets on the ground floor and we have a lift to all of the upper levels in the School.
If you have any questions about accessibility or require assistance before visiting us please get in touch.