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  • Your vital role

    We would very much appreciate your support with our unique endeavour to honour Adam Smith's great legacy.

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“At EBS we have a wealth of nations. Our truly global alumni network represent an extraordinary 161 countries. In celebration of this and Adam Smith’s influence on the world, I will personally be donating £10 for each and every country on our list. Please join me and represent your home country or the nation that has welcomed you since graduation. Together we can change the world.”

Professor Heather McGregor, Executive Dean, Edinburgh Business School
 
Contact the team

Donations from alumni and friends of the Edinburgh Business School can take Panmure House from a historic landmark to a hive of innovation and economic advancement. The discoveries made within these walls have the potential to answer some of the world’s most urgent questions and you can make this happen. Make a gift today to continue Adam Smith’s legacy and pave the way for new discovery.

WAYS TO GIVE 

As part of our wealth of nations we have pledged to raise £1,000 for each of our 161 countries to secure the Panmure House PhD Scholarship Fund.
 
Join your fellow global graduates and represent your country by giving through our ‘Wealth of Nations’ giving page. You can also carry out your own fundraising with your JustGiving page
 
Your gift will ensure that those selected to carry out innovative PhD research are the very best minds for the job, not simply those who can afford to do so. As someone who understands the benefit of a truly global education, we would like to ask you to join your fellow graduates in supporting this Fund. By doing so you will not only help to answer society’s most pressing economic questions but also open the doors to the educational experience that has shaped your career.
 

CONTACT THE TEAM

If you would like to discuss other ways that you can be involved in the Panmure House project, including investment in the capital project, please contact Dr Caroline Howitt on 0131 451 3514 or c.howitt@hw.ac.uk.