Events

Competition time!

Take part in our Instagram hashtag competition to win an Amazon voucher!

If you are an international student graduating from the University of Edinburgh in 2017, share your photo using #FarewellEdinburgh and tag uoe_international. The first 20 to share will win a £10 Amazon voucher!

Lunar New Year 2016

Welcome to the Year of the Monkey! Over the last few weeks, celebrations have been taking place all over the world, marking New Year in the lunar calendar. Last week, the International Office, EUSA Global and over 200 students came together for our very own… Read More ›

Celebrate Burns Night!

  25 January marks Burns Night. Around the world, we commemorate the life and works of Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns. Burns Suppers, ceilidh dancing, live music and poetry recitals are just some of the ways you can celebrate. Did you know? Robert Burns’ influence… Read More ›

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015

Edinburgh Festival Fringe is here! Did you know? Edinburgh is home to 8 summer festivals. During August, our city’s population more than doubles. This year’s Fringe programme contains over 3,000 events. With so much on offer, it can be difficult… Read More ›

Get Ready for the Gather Festival!

Encompassing film, art, dance, dialogue, workshops, comedy,education, food and tea-themed fun, the Gather Festival is back from Monday 16 March.  Most events are FREE! Have you had a chance to look at the full programme yet? The International Students Advisory… Read More ›

A Great Start to 2015

January Welcome and Orientation We can’t believe we are already coming to the end of January. This has been another very busy month for the ISAS team as we welcomed around 600 students to the University with a programme of events… Read More ›

Scottish Film Season

It’s Scottish Film Season at the Filmhouse! To celebrate, we’ve put together a list of 10 must-see Scottish films. From Mel Gibson’s rendition of William Wallace in Braveheart and Disney Pixar’s animation ‘Brave’ to the cult classic Trainspotting, Scotland has inspired film… Read More ›