Career Connections
EDUCT's Career Connections program is designed to provide a mechanism for students and graduates returning or moving to the Toronto area to receive career information from alumni within EDUCT.


Social Networking
You may also like to join EDUCT's LinkedIn Network
EDUCT FaceBook Group
to connect with grads in the Toronto area and learn more about our club's activities.
Follow us on Twitter @EDUCT1

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Edinburgh University
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Edinburgh University Club of Toronto (EDUCT)

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Formed in 2002, EDUCT is an active network of alumni from various backgrounds that hosts events and activities throughout the year.

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Latest News & Events

Read the latest EDUCT Newsletter

Read issue 44 of the EDUCT Newsletter, including upcoming Club and Alumni Events, a review of Burns night 2017 and Project Overseas: "We Live to Teach" in Ghana

University of Edinburgh Applicants Session

Wednesday, 01 March 2017, 6 to 8 pm
Upper Canada College
The University is the organizer of this information session for would-be Edinburgh students. As in past years, EDUCT will provide some speakers to talk about their experiences in Edinburgh. All EDUCT members are welcome to attend to help answer questions from students during the reception. to help us with numbers, please let us know if you plan to attend.
RSVP: Alan Pearson, 416-237-9874 or


EDUCT Decennial Endowment Fund

During the last decade we have thrived. Today we have over 100 active members. To celebrate our first ten years, we have arranged with the University to set up the EDUCT Decennial Fund.

EDUCT Geography Centenary Fund

In 2008, to celebrate the Centenary of the Institute of Geography (formerly the Department) at Edinburgh, we hosted Professor Charles Withers, then Head of Geography, for a talk in Toronto. We also launched the EDUCT Geography Centenary Fund. The Fund remains open