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Settled for a generation: What next for a post-referendum SNP?

Scotland made international headlines last year, with a referendum on independence held on 18 September 2014. Although the referendum bid was ultimately unsuccessful, with 55% of voters rejecting the proposal, Scottish politics remains important within a UK-wide context, particularly in light of the 2015 General Election.

Make your summer count

University Summer School provides an educational experience that will not only open your eyes, but also boost your CV

We might think of globalisation as a modern concept, but it was Socrates who first said: “I am a citizen of the world.” As one of humanity’s greatest early thinkers, Socrates understood that learning and life experience transcend national borders.

The experience of journeying

Journeys, travel and movement to different places are inherent in the history of Scotland and its people. The experience of journeying is part of the fabric of life in both the Scots and the Gaelic traditions. Through the centuries, waves of incoming people have brought new ideas with them, in particular adding a Celtic and Norse flavour and leaving their marks on the landscape in the process.

Meet the Team

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Here we are, the team behind the courses development, looking after applicants, website and social programme development.

We are happy to welcome you in a just couple of months’ time

The team is here to help you and make sure your stay in the Edinburgh is a happy one.