The Reach Programme at the University of Aberdeen provides information, advice and guidance on applying for professional degrees. We offer support in the following areas:
The project supports S4-6 pupils to make informed choices about university study. We work with pupils across Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire, Moray, Highlands, Orkney and Shetland.
What support is available through Reach?
We offer a range of career insight days, application support sessions and shadowing opportunities. We can also provide general advice about applying and studying at University. Events are normally held in Aberdeen and Inverness.
Am I eligible?
To take part in Reach you must attend a target school, be resident in an SIMD20 postcode or be care experienced. To take part in the programme, you must firstly register with Reach. If you are unsure if you are eligible please contact us.
How to register
To register with Reach please complete the Reach registration form.
Interested in other degrees?
If you are interested in another programme of study, such as Dentistry or Veterinary Medicine, we may still be able to support you through our partner universities. Please contact the Reach Project for more information.
Reach Scotland is a national project which provides information, advice and guidance on applying to high demand professional subjects. It is managed and delivered by five partner universities: University of Aberdeen, University of Dundee, University of Edinburgh, University of Glasgow and University of St Andrews.