Earlier this year, third-year Architecture student Imogen McAndrew joined Oxfam in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. She was working on a special project aimed at helping Rohingya refugee women.
The prestigious accolade places ECA ahead of 78 other academic institutions.
A film by Professor Catharine Ward Thompson and her team from the Mobility, Mood and Place research project has been shortlisted for the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s award.
Studios and workshop spaces, libraries and collections, places to socialise, perform and show work.
Resources for History of Art, Art, Architecture and Landscape Architecture students.
This large wood workshop hosts a huge range of machinery and hand tools for the cutting, shaping, and general fabrication of woods, as well as metals, plastics, and cardboard.
Edinburgh College of Art has well-equipped glass workshops for the blowing, cutting and casting of glass objects. The space includes hot and cold glass workshops and a plaster room.
Students at the University of Edinburgh have access to a range of library resources across the campus and online.
Welding torches, a forge, forming and shaping tools, and a 1-ton gantry crane with access to main workshop areas.
We have model workshops in both the Hunter Building and Minto House. Here you can work with machinery and hand tools for the cutting, shaping, and general fabrication of woods and metals.
Are you eligible for funding to help you in your studies? Have a look at what's currently available.
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