Learning Benefits from Alternative Formats
Did you know you can access your files on MyAberdeen in a variety of formats? The various formats let you choose what works best for you, on your device. For example, Beeline Reader is designed to help you focus, while ePub is well suited to tablet devices and HTML works...
Are you eligible of a Young Scot card?
Did you know 11-26-year-olds living in Scotland are entitled to a free Young Scot card? The card offers free bus travel for under-22s, as well as a wide range of exclusive rewards and discounts, such as 10% off in Co-op and £1 entry into Historic Environment Scotland sites. The card...
My COP28 - Dr Mitchell Lennan, Lecturer in Environmental Law
"I research and teach Environmental Law and Law of the Sea here at Aberdeen University. My key interest is how climate change impacts the ocean and consequently affects all our human rights, particularly children’s rights. "The ocean is vital for the regulation of the global climate as it absorbs and stores...
'How to find a job that's good for you and the planet' - EAUC Green Careers Guide now live!
How to find a job that's good for you and the planet, created by the EAUC Scotland, takes an inclusive approach to 'green jobs' and explains how these go much beyond windfarms and wellies. The guide covers: ✔ What green jobs are + examples of roles and current professionals ✔...
Celebrating 10 Years of Project SEARCH at the University
The award-winning Project SEARCH team based at the University received further recognition of the contribution they have made to supporting young people with additional learning needs into employment since 2013. An award recognising 10 years of the partnership between Project SEARCH and the University was presented at last week's DFN...
Ceilidh makes £8k for breast cancer research in Aberdeen
A fundraising ceilidh has raised almost eight thousand pounds for breast cancer research here in Aberdeen. Colleagues, patients, relatives and friends from the University of Aberdeen and NHS Grampian danced the night away at the Aberdeen Altens Hotel where they raised seven thousand, nine hundred and forty-nine pounds. All of...
The Missing Monastry/Larach Leabhar Dheir
Last Friday Carola MacCallum, Gaelic Language Development Officer for the University, and Rhiannan Ledwell, AUSA Vice President for Education, were invited to the premiere screening of the new BBC Alba program about the archaeological dig to find the lost monastery in which the Book of Deer was written. The dig...
EAUC Green Careers Guide now live!
How to find a job that's good for you and the planet, created by the EAUC Scotland, takes an inclusive approach to 'green jobs' and explains how these go much beyond windfarms and wellies. The guide covers: ✔ What green jobs are + examples of roles and current professionals ✔ The benefits...
Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week 2023
20 - 26 November 2023
Call for Elphinstone Review Editors
The Elphinstone Review is looking for dedicated editors to join their team. This will be the tenth annual issue, and the goal continues to be showcasing some of the best undergraduate work of all disciplines at the University of Aberdeen. To apply, please send the following documents to...
My COP28 - Ainhoa Burgos Aguilera, AUSA Vice-President for Communities
"I have always had a strong interest in sustainability and in the effects of climate change on the ecosystems and the role that humans play in it. This is one of the reasons why I studied my undergraduate degree in Biology at the University. Having volunteered for environmentalism organisations and...
Faces of Faith Exhibition in Sir Duncan Rice Library
This exhibition is a showcase of Scotland's diverse religious and cultural communities.
Evening Language Courses
Enrolment for Winter Term is now open: Teaching starts w/c January 22
The Hardship Fund is accepting applications!
Are you facing financial difficulty and feel uncertain on how you will manage over the winter break? Don't worry! Apply for assistance from the Hardship Fund before 13 December 2023. Find out more about the Hardship Fund here.
Share your reviews for the University of Aberdeen
UoA is taking part in this year’s Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCA). The WUSCAs are compiled from student reviews submitted to Whatuni, and rank institutions according to the things that students really care about – student support, campus facilities, lecturers and teaching quality, and so on. Whatuni is the UK’s largest...
Update on power outage affecting buildings at Old Aberdeen campus
Dear student, Following our earlier message please be advised that the power remains out in all affected locations and is unlikely to be restored until Monday at the earliest. As a reminder, the affected buildings are: King’s Hall accommodation block Rocking Horse Nursery (closed until further notice) Crombie Halls, including the Postgraduate Research School, Interdisciplinary...
Power outage affecting Old Aberdeen campus
Dear student, We are currently dealing with a power outage affecting several buildings at our Old Aberdeen campus. The affected buildings are: Rocking Horse Nursery (closed until further notice) Crombie Halls, including the Postgraduate Research School, Interdisciplinary Hub and Bishop’s Table King’s Hall accommodation block Estates staff are working to resolve the issue, with...
Postgraduate Research students - Aberdeen Student Experience survey (ASES)
The Aberdeen Student Experience survey (ASES) for PGR students gives you the opportunity to share your thoughts on University services, facilities and support. Login using your student ID number >> https://bit.ly/3rAtIT6All responses are anonymous, so you can give your open, honest feedback. All submissions will be able to enter into the prize draw to win...
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