Your donation is helping to revolutionise young lives at the University of Edinburgh. You are now part of a special group of supporters who are committed to helping students from the most disadvantaged backgrounds realise their dream of studying here. Together, you are helping to provide the best teaching and learning experience for our students and you are giving them opportunities to change lives themselves through their innovative community projects. With your support, more students can experience new cultures, new countries and new opportunities through an international trip. Thank you for your support.
You are part of a special group of people who have supported the Edinburgh Fund. Together, donors like you are changing students’ lives through scholarships, providing much-needed support to get new projects off the ground through Student Experience Grants and improving teaching excellence through the Principal’s Teaching Award Scheme. The University of Edinburgh believes that the chance of higher education is a life-changing opportunity. Your donation towards scholarships will help the best and brightest students from the UK, and the wider world, access an education at the University of Edinburgh, regardless of their financial background. With supporters like you by our side, together we are helping promising young minds pursue a brighter future.
With your donation, you are part of a special group of people who are helping to provide a valuable short-term international experience. Your donation is being put to use straightaway, giving students the opportunity to work, volunteer or study abroad and enhance their future employability prospects. For some students, especially from financially disadvantaged backgrounds, an international experience as part of their University of Edinburgh course would normally be out of reach. Now, thanks to your support they are able to make the most of this opportunity and gain valuable skills for their studies and future career.
Your donation will help students from financially disadvantaged backgrounds realise their dream of studying at the University of Edinburgh. With your donation, you are ensuring scholarships are available to students in the UK who never thought they would be able to come to university. With your donation, you are giving students from the lowest levels of household income a helping hand to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. The University of Edinburgh is the only university in the UK providing this level of support to students. And it is only possible because of people like you, thank you.
With your donation, you are part of a special group of people supporting creative community student projects at the University of Edinburgh. Together, supporters like you are giving students the opportunities to make a difference in local, national or international communities through Student Experience Grants. These projects range from providing affordable, organic food to residents of Edinburgh direct from local farms to enabling access to clean, safe drinking water in communities in Morocco.
With your donation, you are part of a special group of people who are enhancing teaching and learning at the University of Edinburgh. Together, supporters like you are ensuring that our lecturers have the best tools and technology possible to provide the next generation of trailblazers and world-leading experts with the best education possible, the education they deserve. From creating 3D models of body parts for medical students to learn from to building apps of tours in Edinburgh, you are giving staff the opportunity to teach creatively and for students to be at the forefront of learning.
Your donation will help students who may have faced barriers in accessing higher education and those from under-represented groups develop the confidence, skills and connections to consider a range of careers through introductions to Edinburgh alumni working in an exciting range of sectors and environments. You can find out more about the Insights Programme and how your support is helping students at www.ed.ac.uk/students/careers/insights.