Image galleries

Feast your eyes on bonny Scotland in our image galleries, full of Scottish places and faces from history and the modern day.

Edinburgh

Home to just under 500,000 people, Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital.

Glasgow

Glasgow is home to over half a million people and is Scotland’s biggest city.

Inverness

Inverness offers a fantastic choice of events and festivals from music, golf championships and iconic Highland games on top of art, history and heritage events.

Stirling

Is a vibrant university city with great connections to the rest of the country.

Aberdeen

Aberdeen is regularly named the UK's sunniest city and the north-east is the driest region in Scotland.

Perth

Today, Perth is a bustling city of around 50,000 inhabitants and is Scotland’s newest city receiving its status from the Queen as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 2012.

Dundee

With just under 150,000 people, Dundee is Scotland’s fourth largest city and in 2015 it became the UK’s first UNESCO City of Design.

Case Studies

Some of our international students share their success stories with us. Watch their real-life stories, told in their own words.

Where to live

From the hustle and bustle of Scotland’s vibrant cities to the quieter rural areas a bit further out, there are many wonderful places for you to live with accommodation types to suit all.

Moving to Scotland

There are many reasons why living in Scotland is wonderful. As well as excellent study and work opportunities, you will find friendly people, beautiful scenery, good travel links and a great quality of life.

Scottish Landscapes

Feast your eyes on some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery.

Scottish Food and Drink

Food and drink is at the very heart of Scotland, and is the very lifeblood of Scotland’s fabric, culture and economy.

Scottish Culture

Scottish people are proud of their nationality, but they also have a long tradition of welcoming new people and cultures and appreciate the benefits of embracing different cultures.

Olympic Torch Relay

The 2012 Olympic Torch was the first ever to visit Scotland. The Scottish leg of the relay saw a remarkable turnout of residents and visitors nation-wide to wave the torch - and torchbearers - along the way.

Golf: Scotland’s best golf courses

Golf was invented in Scotland, so of course we have some of the oldest and best courses in the world.

Scotland’s Views

Feast your eyes on some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery.

Scotland’s festivals

Images from festivals and events across Scotland.