Contact information for Masters students
Currently, the Postgraduate Office (PGO) is not available for in-person drop-in appointments. We will let you know when this changes. For now, we ask all our students not to visit Old College and the mezzanine floor PGO with questions. Instead, please follow the instructions below so that we can respond to your queries in the quickest and safest way.
Contacting the Postgraduate Office
The Postgraduate Office is here to offer you advice and guidance throughout the course of your studies. If you have any questions related to teaching including, questions about your timetable, course materials, access to our online Virtual Learning Environment (LEARN), any teaching-related queries, or if you are experiencing any issues, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Students studying a Masters programme which is usually taught on-campus should email email@example.com in the first instance, book a virtual appointment, and/or connect via Microsoft Teams.
Students studying a Masters programme which is usually taught online should email Law.Online@ed.ac.uk to connect with the PGO.
Contacting your Programme Director (Personal Tutor)
At postgraduate level, your Personal Tutor (PT) is also your Programme Director (PGD). They will have oversight of your academic progress throughout your degree, and can provide a range of advice on matters such as course selection and study skills support. You can find out who your Personal Tutor is by looking at your EUCLID account via MyEd.
In the first instance you should contact your PT by email. In most cases in-person meetings will not be possible and most meetings will be held via Microsoft Teams.
Contacting Course Organisers
If you have a query directly related to one of your courses, you should contact the Course Organiser (CO) by email in the first instance. You can find their contact details via the Learn course portal.
Contacting other members of Law School staff
If you have a need to contact any other member of Law School staff, please contact them by email in the first instance.