Alumni and friends are helping the brightest students realise their dream.
Two Edinburgh College of Art students have been awarded 12-month studio residencies by the Artists’ Collecting Society after being judged on their Degree Show work.
A team of 11 adventurers has driven 7,000 miles over hostile terrain to fundraise for research into autism, fragile X syndrome and intellectual disabilities. We…
The mobile specialist and University donor has tasked students with developing new digital marketing and customer service ideas, as part of their ongoing commitment to…
From Iceland to Inchnadamph, course-related fieldwork is a valuable and integral part of every GeoSciences degree. We discover how alumni donations are ensuring that more…
Overseas medical students are completing Edinburgh degrees in their home countries thanks to alumni donations to distance learning scholarships. We spoke to four of them about…
A fund that supports the innovative endeavours of engineering students is seeing the fruits of its support. Here the students reveal what the funding means…
Harriet Drury explains how her decision to return to education in her 30s was helped by the support of someone who never had the opportunity to study
A donation has enabled the University to launch a new research programme that brings together the disparate worlds of philosophy and visual art
An Edinburgh alumnus who supports PhD students through an annual prize is celebrating himself after winning the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
Gabriel Gonzalez Mandiola explains why he has chosen to be an ambassador for Edinburgh alumni living in his native Chile.
We talk to the winner of a scholarship which aims to help students develop solutions to environmental issues.
A look at the year when staff, students and the public used their extra day of the leap year to fundraise for University projects
Two families are helping University researchers to investigate cancers with poor prognoses
We explore the impact of the alumni-funded Innovation Initiative Grant scheme and highlight three recent projects
How the University and donors have helped an entrepreneur turn his idea into an enterprise.
A look at some of the rare items and collections that have been gifted to the University’s museums and libraries over the years.
We talk to four recipients of scholarships on the MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program.
Edinburgh scientists are finding that collaboration is the key to solving the world’s growing health problems.
Staff and students at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies are helping to ensure that dogs of the homeless are getting the treatment they…
The Centre for Special Collections holds an array of rare materials. Now donations are enabling an exhibition space to display these treasures to the public.
Running a business that depends on cash, Aravinda Korala knows a good investment – which is why he supports our Informatics students.
Significant breakthroughs are being made by researchers at the Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre thanks to the spirit of support and collaboration.
Edinburgh ranks among the world’s top centres for Computer Science and Engineering, a status that is underscored by Google’s research awards.
Brain scanning is one of the most dynamic fields in medical research. And thanks to Joanna Wardlaw, the University is continuing to set the pace.
Donors to the University’s sporting scholarships are making a real difference to the prospects of elite athletes, as the Glasgow Commonwealth Games proved.
Vet Jane Shipsey got so much from her six years at Edinburgh that she jumped at the chance to give something back.