Established by Christian Wright and Louisa Stevenson in 1875 as Edinburgh School of Cookery, Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh is accredited by the Privy Council of the United Kingdom. With the goal of becoming a center of knowledge and leadership, we promote change to the community by providing academic and applied quality education to our students, and develop a world with no boundaries and differences. To more than 6,200 learners, we offer programs in the areas of Arts, Social Sciences, Management, and Health Sciences, including but not limited to Business, Communication, Psychology and Sociology, Nursing, and Radiography. In line with our mission, we conduct a number of researches that provide benefit to the world in Health, Activity, and Rehabilitation, Social Sciences, Speech and Language, and many more. Queen Margaret University is proud to have 94.4 percent of its graduates get employed or enroll for a graduate degree after leaving the institution.