Sun 10 May 2009, The Guardian

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Edinburgh's fourth university, granted full status in 2007, is on a new, purpose-built campus in Musselburgh, just to the east of the city. There are about 5,000 students , almost 80% of them women. There's an emphasis on vocational education, and the university boasts good graduate employment rates. Queen Margaret values its supportive atmosphere and engagement with the community.
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