Articulation Week 2020 has now passed. We will keep this web page live as the content may still be of interest to prospective students looking to join us from college. 

Please also listen to an introductory clip from Professor Alison Jenkinson, Dean for Widening Access, Articulation and Outreach. 

General Sessions, one to one appointments and contact information

Introductory and Welcome Session

Articulation Week 2020 Welcome Talk . Please note that this presentation refers to events that took place in Articulation Week November 2020 and are now past.

Welcome to Articulation Week talk from Professor Alison Jenkinson, Dean for Widening Access & Articulation. 

Arranging an online one to one appointment

If you would like to arrange a one to one appointment with a member of the Access and Articulation Team this week, to discuss applying to and studying at the University, please email us accessaberdeen@abdn.ac.uk and will be respond with further info regarding making an appointment.

General information about articulation and the University of Aberdeen

If you would like to know more about applying to the University of Aberdeen and the UCAS application process, then this video from one of our recent open day may be of interest: 

If you would also like to learn more about the degree structure at the University then this video, also from a recent open day maybe of interest:
 

If you would also like to learn more about Writing your Personal Statement then this video maybe of interest:
 

School Pupils (Senior Phase only), Parents & Guardians

You can listen to a recording from the Pupils, Parents and Carers information session, aimed at secondary school S4-6 students. 

Contact details

If you have any questions about this week’s events, the information presented on this webpage, the University’s articulation pathways or anything else about studying with the University of Aberdeen please contact the Access and Articulation team at accessaberdeen@abdn.ac.uk

Academic Life, Support and Wellbeing

The University of Aberdeen offers a wide range of academic and support services to all of its student population, including those who have joined our community via articulation.

This section of the Articulation week webpage contains information on some of the key services that are offered by the University of Aberdeen.

Student Support and Advice Services

Student Learning Service

Find out more about the Student Learning Service and the resources they offer:

Other Resources

The following other resources, videos, clips and weblinks may also be of interest to you:

You can find out more about all of the services that we offer to all of our students at the following weblinks:

Anthropology, Politics and Sociology

The University has articulation routes into a range of its Arts and Social Science degree programmes.

Anthropology

Information about the University’s Anthropology degree programmes

The following video, from one of our recent open days, also provides information on our Anthropology degree programmes:

Politics and International Relations

Information about the University’s Politics and International Relations degree programmes

The following video, from on one of our recent open days, also provides information on our Politics and International Relations degree programmes:

Sociology

Information about the University’s Sociology degree programmes

The following video, from one of our recent open days, also provides information on our Sociology degree programmes:

Articulation Pathways

For information on our articulation pathways from HN courses at college, please listen to the following presentations: 

Biological Sciences

The University has an articulation route into a number of its Biological Sciences Degrees.

Information about our Biological Sciences degree programmes

The following video, from our one of our latest open days also provides an overview of Biological Science Degree programmes:

The School of Biological Sciences also has a number of videos that you may find interesting. 

Biology students at the University of Aberdeen visit the field station at Cromarty in their second year:

Biology Lab Teaching at the University of Aberdeen:

You can also find our more information about the School of Biological Sciences on their own webpages and the at the following blogsite:

Business Management and Accountancy

The University has articulation routes into its Business Management and Accountancy degree programmes.

Please see more information about the University of Aberdeen’s Business in the following guide booklets:

The following video, from on of our latest open days, provides an overview of our Accountancy degree programmes: 

For information on pathways into the Business School from HN courses, please listen to our Business School pathways presentation.

Chemistry

The University has an articulation route into its Chemistry degree programme.

Information about our Chemistry degree programmes

The following video, from one our latest open days, also provides more information about our Chemistry degree programmes:

Listen to the Articulation Pathways presentation for information on articulation routes into Chemistry, Physics and Computing Science

Computing

The University has an articulation route into its Computing Sciences Degree programme.

Information about our Computing Science degree programmes

The following video, from our one of our latest open days also provides more information about our Computing degree programmes:

 

Engineering

The University has articulation routes into a number if its Engineering degree programmes. 

The following lecture gives you a taster for the sorts of things that are taught in Engineering:

Articulation Pathways

We have a range of pathways into Engineering from HNC and HND courses. Listen to our engineering pathways talk to find out more. 

History and Philosophy

The University has articulation routes into a number of its Arts and Social Sciences degree programmes, including History and Philosophy.

The following short clip, from Dr Gerry Hough (Director of Undergraduate Teaching for the School of Divinity, History and Philosophy) provides an overview of the pathways that are available.

Please find more information about both our History and Philosophy degree programmes in the Undergraduate guide booklets:

You can also learn more about both degree programmes in the following videos, from one of our recent open days:

You can also listen to pre-recorded lecture material using the links below. 

Medical Sciences

The University has articulation routes into a number of Medical Science degrees.

Find out more about our Medical Sciences degree programmes

The following video, from one of recent open days, provides an overview of our Medical Science Degree programmes:

The following talk from Prof Gordon McEwan is on the pathways into the University’s Medical Science degree programmes

The following are two lectures, which will give you a taster for some of things that can be studied as part of one of our medical science degree programmes.

The first is a 2nd year Physiology lecture (in two parts):

The second is a third year Epithelial Transport lecture (again in two parts):

Physics

The University has an articulation route into its Physics degree programme.

Information about our Physics degree programmes

The following video, from one of our latest open days, also provides more information about our Physics degree programmes:

Psychology

The University has articulation routes into a number of its Psychology degree programmes.

Information about the University’s Psychology degree programmes

The following video, from one of our recent open days, provides an overview of our Psychology degree programmes:

The following are two sample lectures from the School of Psychology, that will give you a glimpse into studying Psychology with us:

History of Psychology (1 lecture spread across 3 videos)

Forensic Psychology (1 lecture spread across 3 videos)

Sports and Exercise Science

The University has articulation routes into a number of Sports and Exercise Science degrees.

Find out more about our Sports and Exercise Science degree programmes

The following video, from one of recent open days, provides an overview of our Sports and Exercise Science Degree programmes: