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Alumni of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, including alumni of constituent institutions, for example the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.

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  • "Alumni" (see Alumnus) is used here in the (correct) broad sense, to include people who have spent a notable period of their career studying at the institution, not in a narrower, legal sense of having officially "graduated".
  • In accordance with World Heritage Encyclopedia:Categories criteria, the period spent studying at the institution should be notable enough to be mentioned in the article.
  • Please do not include recipients of honorary degrees in this category.

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