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Queen Margaret University
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh (formerly Queen Margaret University College and Queen Margaret College) is a public university, founded in 1875 and located in Musselburgh, Scotland. It is named after Saint Margaret, wife of King Malcolm III of Scotland. Its predecessor, Queen Margaret University College, was awarded full university status becoming Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh in January 2007.
The University's aim is to shape a better world through education, research and innovation. In doing so, it enables individuals and communities to flourish.
Its person-centred approach to learning makes it stand out from other universities, along with their focus on making society better. Their academic offering also distinguishes them. They dedicate themselves to subjects where they can offer a distinctive offering - in healthcare; social sciences; creative arts; business, management and enterprise; and primary and secondary teaching.
The Queen Margaret University is a Public university located in Edinburgh.
The Queen Margaret University was founded in 1875.
The current president of Queen Margaret University is Prue Leith.
According to verified online sources, the Queen Margaret University enrolls a total of 5225 students.
According to the main website, the Queen Margaret University has a total student population of 3505 undergraduate students and 1720 graduate students.