It's National Poetry Day in the United Kingdom. We rather enjoyed this ode to our city, written by William McGonagall, who was born here around 1830.
Join us in 2017 and take the chance to experience our brand new course programme.
The University of Edinburgh Summer School is delighted to announce that we have pledged our commitment to Generation Study Abroad.
The evolution of the Web has led companies to consider other strategies of communication – ones more flexible than traditional media, enabling them to reach wider audiences and different groups of stakeholders.
We hope you’re making memories to last a lifetime while in Edinburgh this summer.
Studying at the University of Edinburgh? Planning to stay in Edinburgh this Summer?
Limited places are now available on a selection of our courses running in 2016!
Places on the courses below will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so remember to submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to guarantee your space.
Last summer, Ryan Broll was one of our lucky students who travelled to Butiama, to learn Swahili and to engage with Tanzanian culture.
Did you know that Arabic is the official language in 27 countries and has over 380 million native speakers worldwide? It’s also an official language of the United Nations, and the US government has highlighted it as a language of strategic importance.
Think you know your sociometry from your psychodrama? Put yourself to the test and let us know the results at @SummerUoE!
Exploring Personal & Collective Stories through Enactment offers you the opportunity to use action methods to explore personal and collective stories, including selected Celtic myths and Scottish tales, to learn and develop new interpersonal and dramatic skills, and to reflect upon the various action methods presented.