Supporting and facilitating an active postgraduate research community is at the heart of the Doctoral College.
PGR student representation
The Doctoral College is working in partnership with Edinburgh University Students’ Association to strengthen PGR representation across the institution.
Your Doctoral College student representatives for 2022/23 are:
- College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: Sam Henry
- College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine: Sana Shabbir
- College of Science and Engineering:
The University Postgraduate Research student representative is:
- Marie-Louise Wohrle
You can find the names of other Postgraduate representatives on the Students’ Association pages.
Find your student representative (EUSA website)
Services, societies and platforms
There are a large range of wellbeing services available at Edinburgh. The health and wellbeing pages link out to all these services and support structures.
Visit the University's Health and Wellbeing webpages for students
PGR societies and groups
There are many PGR societies and peer support groups at the University. A current list of these is maintained on the Doctoral College SharePoint.
Doctoral College SharePoint (EASE log in required)
The Students’ Association supports peer support schemes and you can contact them for information on how to set up a scheme.
Peer learning and support - find out more
Platform One is a University of Edinburgh online community platform for students, staff and alumni. You can login with your University login.
The University runs a number of regular surveys for postgraduate researchers. The Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) is a national survey run bi-annually.
Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) - find out more
The University is currently running a monthly Pulse Survey for PGR students.
More information and results to date - Pulse Survey (SharePoint site - EASE log in required)
We always welcome comments about the Doctoral College and there is a feedback form on the Doctoral College SharePoint.