- University of Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen is today at the forefront of teaching, learning and discovery, as it has been for 500 years. As the 'global university of the north', we have consistently sent pioneers and ideas outward to every part of the world. We are an ambitious, research-driven university with a global outlook, committed to excellence in everything we do.
Open to the public - please see information on the Sir Duncan Rice library.
University of Aberdeen Museums
Also open to the public - please information on the University of Aberdeen's museums and exhibitions
- City of Aberdeen
Aberdeen is Scotland’s third largest city and Europe’s energy capital - a place with historic charm, a thriving economy and cosmopolitan community of some 220,000 people.
It is rich in history from its maritime past of boat building and fishing industries, nowadays modernised with the growth of the Oil and Gas industries. From the Art Galleries, Museums, Theatres and shopping venues, you will find something to suit everyone in this diverse multi-national City.
A coastline of spectacular beaches and dunes stretch north of the city, while to the west lies nearby Royal Deeside, home to some of the most beautiful countryside in Scotland and the eastern gateway to the mountainous Cairngorms National Park
Aberdeen caters for all cultural, leisure and entertainment tastes.
and regularly attract national and international artists and companies. The city also boasts three cinema multiplexes, a Maritime Museum and first-class sports facilities.
Aberdeen is the educational centre for the north-east. The University of Aberdeen has been at the forefront of teaching and learning since 1495. Committed to excellence it is the 'global university of the north'.
You can find out more information about Aberdeen by visiting the VisitAberdeenshire website.
- Travelling to Aberdeen
Aberdeen is well served with excellent travel links by air, train, boat, bus and road to the rest of the United Kingdom, Europe and the rest of the world.
Detailed information on travel options can be found here.
Participants are strongly advised to determine which requirements apply to them with respect to entering the UK. For information please consult your nearest British Embassy or travel agent.
Should you require an invitation letter to the conference for visa purposes, please email email@example.com stating your:
- full name as it appears on your passport
- date of birth
- place of birth
- passport number
- passport issue date
- passport expiry date
Applicants should register and pay to attend the conference in the first instance so that confirmation can be used as evidence of attendance.
The official currency of UK is £ sterling. Commonly accepted credit cards are Visa, and Mastercard. Display signs are usually visible in all restaurants and shops indicating which cards they accept.
Travellers' cheques can be cashed at most banks. Most banks are closed on Saturdays and all day Sunday. There are foreign exchange booths at all major airports and in Aberdeen city centre. There is a Bank of Scotland on campus, which has an ATM, this is located in the High Street. There is a full range of Banks in Aberdeen city centre.
Scotland's position on the edge of the European continent with sea on three sides means that the weather is very varied! During the summer the weather is normally dry and sunny, but it can be unpredictable. In the Autumn when the leaves on the trees change colour we often have good weather though cooler than in summer. Winter and Spring can be wet but snow and icy conditions should be expected.especially inland.