A week of events for new and continuing students!
Get back into the swing of student life with a whole range of events to welcome you back after the winter break, including quizzes, live music, DJs and the launch of our new bi-weekly Open Mic Night at The Union Bar!
The Shared Heritage project will create positive relationships between the increasing Spanish speaking community and the Scottish community in Edinburgh. The project aims to build bridges between these communities, by discovering and appreciating the heritage and history we share.
If you did not manage to defer assignments or assessments during Trimester 1 2017/18 and you feel that you need to let the University know about any extenuating circumstances...
Both ENSA and the University will be closed during the winter holidays.
Check our opening hours and find crisis contact for issues during the holidays.
Hit Squad volunteers help support clients to decorate their new home.Working in teams of volunteers alongside the client, two rooms will be decorated and the client gains painting experience and emotional support.This opportunity takes place over a full day and we ask a commitment of once a month
The Discretionary Fund is closed for Christmas. Due to excessive demand this fund is closed meantime to allow current applications to be processed.
Want to walk straight into a job when you finish your studies in the summer? Work for ENSA as a student leader! There will be 3 full-time paid jobs and 8 part-time volunteer jobs up for grabs when nominations open in February 2018.
Ever wanted to volunteer with Vader, bucket shake with Batman or work with a wookie? If you answered yes, then be a force of good this year by giving up a few hours of your time to bucket shake for CHAS alongside a galaxy of fundraising superstars at the Capital Sci-Fi Con on the 3rd and 4th February 2018, at Edinburgh Corn Exchange.
Trustees govern and lead charity organisations as part of a board. Charities are always looking for new trustees, and it's a fantastic way to learn about the management and strategy side of charities while contributing to a great cause. Time commitment is often low, but being a trustee will look fantastic on your CV.
The RSPB are looking to recruit volunteers to help with their events throughout the year. You will be involved from anything to helping to set up the stall, talking to members of the public, running interactive activities with children and spreading the word about the RSPB!
Help ENSA and Foodbank to feed local people in crisis this Christmas. You can help by donating non-perishable food items to our Foodbank Christmas Appeal donation bins in the campus foyers.
If you take part in an assessment, whether handing in a coursework, sitting an exam or taking another kind of assessment you are declaring yourself to be well enough to do so: in other words you are “Fit to Sit”. However, occasionally things can go wrong with your health or personal life that can impact on your studies. The University calls these “Extenuating Circumstances” and has a process to support you.