Information about the Easter Bush Campus
The Easter Bush Campus is a purpose-built home for veterinary teaching, research and practice. Set against the idyllic backdrop of the Pentland Hills Regional Park, the Campus lies six miles south of the city centre. It is easily accessible by bus and has ample, free car parking facilities.
The University of Edinburgh and the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies are committed to sustainability. With electric car charging points, hedgehog tunnels, recycling initiatives, an apiary for bees, allotments, shower facilities for bike commuters and bike safety checks, and a solar farm in development, we’re proud to call Easter Bush a sustainable campus.
Learn more: www.easterbush.mvm.ed.ac.uk
The Easter Bush Campus made the decision very easy. The vastness of the campus and the many different buildings catering to all aspects of veterinary medicine was really quite something to take in.