This week, Queen Margaret University is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its move to the campus in Musselburgh.
Ten years ago, in the first week of October, QMU welcomed its first cohort of new students to its newly built campus.
Over the last decade, QMU has responded to our fast changing world with agility, positivity and a practical approach.
Since relocating, the University has seen its student numbers grow, and has moved up the rankings in terms of research output. Today, the institution is ranked first in Scotland and third in the UK for graduate employability.
To mark the 10th anniversary, the University is running an exhibition on campus celebrating the stories of some of its graduates. These stories will also be shared on social media.
At its new campus, and through partnership with East Lothian Council, the University became the first Scottish university to host a Business Gateway. This development is part of a much wider programme of work to foster entrepreneurship and support the Scottish economy.
The QMU campus has blossomed. The mature grounds are now a haven for wildlife and students and staff enjoy sharing the attractive landscape gardens with the local community.
For more information, visit the QMU website.