This page provides details about a modular pathway studio from the Architecture - MArch programme.

Neil Cameron took a leap in the dark when he joined the first class of Landscape and Wellbeing - MSc in 2016. Neil shares his experience of the programme and how it allowed him multiple employment opportunities.

ECA Wellbeing Week might be over but that doesn’t mean that students’ mental health is any less important. After a week of meditation, workshops and seminars full of self-care tips – and even cute dogs! -  it is hoped that those who attended absorbed the positivity and that, overall, awareness about mental health was raised.

To support our postgraduate students in developing their presentation skills, and to share their work with peers and colleagues across the University of Edinburgh and beyond, we have established the OPENspace research seminar series.

For Mekhala, studying Modern & Contemporary Art: History, Curating & Criticism at ECA, fostered her love of both art and law and encouraged her to pursue her interests in the field.

This presentation will provide an overview of what we know about the links between urban nature, nature connection and health and wellbeing. International case studies will then be used to highlight practical approaches to applying the evidence base and optimising the wellbeing promoting potential of urban nature.

This presentation will provide an overview of what we know about the links between urban nature, nature connection and health and wellbeing. International case studies will then be used to highlight practical approaches to applying the evidence base and optimising the wellbeing promoting potential of urban nature.

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ECA Wellbeing Week 2019 ECA MindSpa; Activities to relax and refresh your mind and improve wellbeing. Open to staff and students.

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ECA Wellbeing Week 2019 ECA MindSpa; Activities to relax and refresh your mind and improve wellbeing. Open to staff and students.

The Music Research Seminars series is our main seminar series for research into the cultural, historical, political and social dimensions of musical life.

A Mental Health and Wellbeing Week feature by Professor Catharine Ward Thompson.