School of Social Science receive Athena SWAN silver award for work progressing gender equality
The School of Social Science has received an Athena SWAN Silver award for its work progressing gender equality.
Sub-Saharan wellbeing project takes another leap forward
International policymakers have been given their first insights into a research project spearheaded by the University of Aberdeen that seeks to improve the mental wellbeing of children and adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa.
Project SEARCH celebrates ten-year anniversary
A project based at the University of Aberdeen which helps local people with learning disabilities secure employment has celebrated its tenth anniversary, with an event that took place at the University's Cruickshank Botanic Garden.
Aberdeen second for student satisfaction in national survey
The University of Aberdeen has been ranked 2nd across Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland* for overall student satisfaction and 10th in the UK** out of 120 universities in this year's National Student Survey (NSS).
DFN Project SEARCH 2023 interns graduate
A project which aims to increase the number of people with learning disabilities securing employment held its annual graduation ceremony at the University of Aberdeen last week.
Science and politics among the activities for Cluny youngsters
Primary sevens from an Aberdeenshire school took part in a range of activities when they visited the University of Aberdeen recently.
Primary pupils on campus for University experience taster
Senior pupils from Bracoden Primary School in Banff visited the University of Aberdeen on 15 June to get a flavour of life as a student.
Aberdeen hosts international higher education conference
Higher education professionals and students from across the world will arrive in Aberdeen next week for a conference that will focus on the key role that collaboration and compassion has to play in higher education.
University climbs two places in the Complete University Guide
The University of Aberdeen has risen two places in the Complete University Guide and is ranked 35th in the UK in the 2024 edition.
Inspiring a long-lasting love of language learning
Learning a new language is said to boost brain power, improve memory, enhance multi-tasking ability and improve performance in other academic areas.