The University of Aberdeen has strong traditions with welcoming Nigerian students over a number of years. Today with an extensive catalogue of research and industry led programmes the University of Aberdeen continues to offer a wide range of opportunities to our Nigerian student. With a growing successful Nigerian Alumni across Engineering, Law, Business, Health and Life Sciences the University can help students on their way to a successful career in their chosen field. Whether you are interested in Undergraduate or Postgraduate Study, the University of Aberdeen offers a huge range of study options fitted to the current demands of research and industry.
Aberdeen has a thriving Nigerian community as demonstrated by the excellent work of the Nigerian Student Society. More information of events can be found here.
Aberdeen is the fifth oldest University in the UK with an academic reputation spanning more than 500 years, and we are pleased to announce that Aberdeen is now listed in the world's top 200 university (QS World Rankings 2020 and Times Higher World University Rankings 2020). This fantastic achievement adds to our Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) triumphs in 2009. Aberdeen is amongst the UK’s top research universities, with 89% of research activity of international quality, and 55% world leading or internationally excellent. Our graduates also enjoy the highest starting salaries in Scotland – all good news for our students!
As part of our £230 million investment into infrastructure, our campus now has wireless internet access throughout all buildings across the University campus, including all bedrooms. 2009 saw the completion of phase one of the awe-inspiring, olympic-standard Aberdeen Sports Village, and autumn 2011 saw the completion of our brand new flagship Library, hailed as a major intellectual and cultural learning centre for students in the 21st century.
Image - In-Country Officer Blessing Egbe, chatting with the Governor of Lagos State, His Excellency Babajide Sanwo-Olu during the October 2019 International Week in the University of Lagos, Nigeria.