The information below is provided as a guide only and does not guarantee entry to the University of Aberdeen. For information relating to your degree please check the online prospectus for specific requirements.
The University of Aberdeen welcomes applications from students presenting a range of qualifications including
- GCE A Levels
- US High Diploma (with other standardised tests including the SAT, ACT or APs)
- International Baccalaureate
Students presenting the Guyana high school diploma are normally required to complete a recognised Foundation year programme for admission to undergraduate study.
Engineering: Students interested in Engineering have the option to complete an international foundation year, such as the one offered by Kaplan International Colleges in Nottingham, UK. This entails completing your first year at Kaplan, before transferring into the second year of either the BEng in Mechanical Engineering with Oil & Gas Studies, BEng in Petroleum Engineering, or BEng in Chemical Engineering. The benefit is that you have a year of additional support to help you transition to the UK education system, while still graduating with a fully accredited degree from the University of Aberdeen within the normal time period.
Please refer to the Kaplan website for further information.
Medicine: Please refer the School of Medicine and Dentistry website for information on entry requirements and how to apply.
Postgraduate: Students are normally required to hold a Master's degree with good grades to be considered for postgraduate studies, except for Law and Medicine where a Bachelor's degree can be considered.