Edinburgh’s a brilliant place to study, but don’t just take our word for it - watch the video and see what some of the city’s students think
Got a great idea? A thriving entrepreneurial culture and a formidable knowledge economy mean that the post-graduation possibilities in Edinburgh are endless
Undergraduate or Postgraduate, Edinburgh is one of the UK's leading hubs for international students
From Art to Zoology, you can study just about anything in Edinburgh, thanks to the diverse range of courses on offer at our universities and further education establishments
Students make up a massive one fifth of Edinburgh’s population.
No wonder that there’s so much here for young people to do, see and
experience . Whatever your interests, you’ll thrive on the vibrant
Whether you're looking to learn new skills or languages, retrain
in order to change career or broaden your horizons and pursue your
interests, the opportunities are out there.
Edinburgh city region is an ideal place to start
your career, with many key
sectors such as financial services,
creative industries, science and technology and tourism all growing
and looking for new talent.
In halls of residence, sharing a flat with friends, or staying
at home with family - students can enjoy a flexible range of
accommodation in Edinburgh no matter what and where they study.
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Studio 24: Mutant disco, post punk, new wave and 2Tone night hosted by Chris FAST (FASTpunkclub) and Big Gus (the Go-Go).
Ocean Terminal: Motorsport stunts including monster truck mayhem and back flipping motocross.
Edinburgh: various venues: Henderson's celebrates 50 years of their healthy veggie eats. In addition to barbecues, exhibitions, vegetarian speed dining, bonfires and live music, the 50-day fete hosts a couple of fancy dress food parties: 'Back to '63', with 60s inspired food and fashion, and 'Henderson's Goes to Hawaii', with – you guessed it – beach wear and a secret beach locale.
The Edinburgh Playhouse: Forget the many Jersey Boys tribute shows and revel in the real falsetto as Frankie Valli returns to Scotland for the first time in over 30 years to perform classic hits from 'Walk Like a Man' to 'Beggin''.
Assembly @ Princes Street Gardens: Party like you're in Bavaria, minus the plane fare. Drink the beer, eat the bratwurst, wear the lederhosen and party the night away, stein in hand. There's even a family-friendly Sunday lunch for the kinder.
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