Gordon Cameron graduated with a BSc in Computer Science and now works on movies such as Toy Story and Brave.
After graduating with a BA Hons in History, Laura Main is now a well-known face on our TV screens.
After graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Zoology, Simon Enderby now runs his own filming company Scubazoo Images, South-East Asia's largest natural history filming company.
Joanna Gill won the Cappella Nova Competition in 2018 and has performed in front of the Queen and sung at Abbey Road Studio and the BBC Proms.
Shane Strachan is a lecturer, a succesful author and the National Library of Scotland's Scots Scriever, creating new work engaging with their collections in Doric.
After 19 years working for the BBC, Claire White now offers presentation, production and research services to a wide variety of clients.
Zoology graduate Kieran Dodds has gone on to have a career as an award-winning photographer.
Former English student and honorary graduate Iain Glen is a well known and highly regarded actor, having appeared across stage and screen, including in television phenomenon Game of Thrones.
After studying music at the University, Amy was a finalist for the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year.
History & Politics graduate Adam Porter has become a recognised voice in households across the UK reading the news on BBC radio.
English and Film & Visual Culture graduate Brad Morrsion is an actor who has appeared in ITV series Grace and feature film Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them: The Crimes Of Grindelwald.
2017 English & Legal Studies graduate Grace Balfour-Harle now works at the Beano writing features and editing scripts for some of the nation's most beloved comic characters including Billy Whizz and Calamity James.
Fraser Allen worked in journalism before launching an award-winning marketing agency and a publishing company. He now runs his own comms company and hosts the Scottish Business Network podcast.