Our strategic partnerships are developed over time from shared interests and activities in research, business development, student opportunities and activities that create mutual value.
A strategic partnership works both ways. We benefit from engagement with industry, government, charities, and organisations. Partners also benefit through high impact research collaborations, joint industry projects, development of intellectual property, accessing expertise and exploring opportunities to work with our students, graduates, staff and researchers.
We look to forge exciting and innovative relationships, and offer a range of tailored activities for organisations of all sizes.
The NDC is a partnership between the University of Aberdeen and the NZTC, hosted by the University of Aberdeen, and based at Newburgh. The Centre tackles current and future challenges in decommissioning in the oil and gas sector through world-class research in partnership with the global industry.
The University of Aberdeen is a partner of the Santander Universities network, an international group of universities with three similar goals in common: Education, Employability and Entrepreneurship.
The University of Aberdeen is a partner of Opportunity North East, which aims to broaden and strengthen the economy by investing in and accelerating the delivery of projects of scale and impact through four key sector boards covering Oil & Gas, Food, Drink & Agriculture, Life Sciences, and Tourism.
The University of Aberdeen has joined forces with two other world-leading universities to develop innovative solutions to tackle key global issues, including the need to ensure a just energy transition while tackling climate change and securing a sustainable future.