Every aspect of supporting you while you are a student at the University of Edinburgh, from your online profile to your personal tutor.
My online resources
Online resources designed around you and your specific needs. Access to MyEd web portal is possible on smart phones, laptops and desktop computers.
My Personal Tutor
Every undergraduate and taught postgraduate student has a Personal Tutor, a member of the teaching staff who provides academic guidance and support. Your Personal Tutor is there to help you make the most of your studies as you progress through your university career.
Curriculum, assessment and exams
Choosing courses, where to find assessment and exams information, getting advice on academic matters, and information about academic appeals and Special Circumstances processes.
Workshops, fact sheets, resources and advice for undergraduates and postgraduates to help you develop your academic and study skills, and skills development support and workshops for PhD students.
How we gather and use your feedback to enhance courses and the quality of our degree programmes, the University Student Partnership Agreement and student representation.
The student contract
Successful study at University stems from a partnership between students and staff, and the University is committed to providing you with a learning environment and student services which enable you to fulfil your potential.
Information on the University's expectations and policies for student conduct, including academic misconduct and fitness to practice.
Information and resources are provided here to help you adapt well and get the best from your University experience.
How to make a complaint
The complaint procedure is designed to ensure that complaints are properly investigated and are given careful and fair consideration.
Support for disabled students is provided by our own Student Disability Service based in the main library. Contact us about additional funding, disability legislation and policy, building access and additional arrangements for exams.
Authorised interruption of study
If you are temporarily unable to engage with your studies, you can apply for an authorised interruption of study. An interruption of study involves taking a complete break from study for an agreed period of time, usually for up to one academic year.
Activity and events throughout the University's schools promoting outstanding teaching. Find out what's happening in your academic area.
Discover why our Teaching Matters