Opportunities, offers, events & more
Going into final year?
Thinking about what to do after you graduate and how to improve your job prospects? We offer students considering postgraduate study a range of ‘conversion’ programmes, which means you don’t need to have studied the programme at an undergraduate level.
Our range of cross-discipline and taught research degrees give students the skills they need to excel in their chosen area. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Postgraduate tuition fee scholarships are available to Scottish and non-UK EU applicants looking to study a Masters programme for September 2018/19 entry. To see our full list of available programmes please click here.
Wondering what to do alongside your main subject? We offer courses in Gaelic, Scotland’s oldest living language. Gaelic is currently undergoing a national revival with increased support across all parts of society. You can pick Gaelic as a subject even if you have never studied it before and expect to reach a good intermediate level within two years. If you already know Gaelic there are also opportunities for you to keep practicing your language skills. To find out more about studying Gaelic email email@example.com or click here.
Santander Business Competition
Two students and a graduate from the University of Aberdeen are through to the next stage of the Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Award, one of the UK’s largest business pitching competitions.
Proposed Changes to Degree Resolutions
The University Court and Senate have recently approved proposals for amendments to regulations for degrees of Bachelor of Dental Surgery and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
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Credit Point Calculator
Following May exams, you’ll be sent an email asking you to work through the Credit Point Calculator, this helps us determine your status for your next year of study. Watch out for this in your uni inbox.
If you’re graduating in June, you’ll receive an email to let you know when ceremony tickets have been despatched, or are ready for collection. Check the website for more details.
Graduate online careers seminars
Check out our series of seven short online seminars , specifically for new graduates. They cover introductions to career planning, finding vacancies, completing applications, developing resilience and more.
Careers Service – here for you all summer
The summer is a great time to think about your plans for the future. Book an appointment with one of our specialist careers advisers through CareerConnect to discuss your options.
If you’re not in Aberdeen you can select “telephone” or “online” when you book, or post a query through our Virtual Adviser service.
Freshers’ Week ’18
We’re also looking for new volunteers to join our amazing Freshers’ Week team! Volunteering is loads of fun and provides vital support to AUSA during this busy time. Sign up on the website.
3 June - Walk with pride for your University
The University is gathering a team of walkers to take part in the biggest ever Kiltwalk in Aberdeen. If you’d like to get involved, see some stunning Aberdeenshire countryside and fundraise for vital cancer research then sign up now. Visit the website or email Lynne Black firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
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University student vying to become Young Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year
A University of Aberdeen student is in the running to be named Young Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year.
Nadya Albertsson, who is in the second year of a Bachelor of Music degree, will compete in the semi-finals of the competition when it comes to Aberdeen’s Blue Lamp on Sunday.