The University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University, Scotland's Rural College and the University of the Highlands and Islands form the North of Scotland Universities Collaborative Project. The project aims to support school pupils from across the north of Scotland in their university research, subject choices, and career options.
In June 2021 we hosted a series of virtual events open to anybody living in the region. You can catch up on any of these sessions at the links below.
Events taking place in November 2021 are now open to book and can be viewed below:
These sessions are open to students from the following local authority areas: Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire, Argyll & Bute, Eilean Siar, Moray, Highland, Orkney, Perth & Kinross, and Shetland.
|Degrees in Business Studies||Tuesday 2 November 2021||18:30 to 19:30||Register to attend November sessions|
|Study in the North of Scotland - University Information and Student Life Panel||Thursday 4 November 2021|
|UCAS Apply and Personal Statements Information Session||Tuesday 9 November 2021|
|Careers with Animals - Allied to Veterinary Medicine Session||Thursday 11 November 2021|
|Parent and Guardian Session||Tuesday 16 November 2021|
|Degrees in Science, Technologly, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)||Thursday 18 November 2021|
|Degrees in Rural and Land-Based Subjects||Tuesday 23 November|
Recordings from previous events can be found below:
- UCAS and Personal Statements
- Careers in Healthcare
Learn more about studying for a range of careers in healthcare.
- Medicine Information Session
The Medicine Information Session recording can be accessed at the link below:
- Student Life Panel
Join students Sarah (University of Aberdeen), Catriona (University of the Highlands and Islands), Nick (Robert Gordon University) and Cat (SRUC Aberdeen) to hear about their experiences studying at our institutions.
- UCAS Information Session - Study in the North of Scotland
Hear more about the steps to successfully submitting your UCAS application and what it's like to study at the universities across the region.
- Pathways to University - Articulation and Top Up Degrees
Find out more about the different types of qualifications you can study across the north of Scotland nad how these can be used to enter University.