A joint project is set to launch at two North-east universities.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the University of Aberdeen will kickstart their CityLab project on Wednesday.
It will see students from both universities teaming up in groups to identify and develop a range of initiatives across Aberdeen that will have a positive impact on student life in the city.
The project will be supported by Aberdeen Inspired.
It will take place across nine weeks from Wednesday to March 28 at Fifth Ring city centre offices.
Both universities will provide support to the students taking part in the project, helping them to gain experience in dealing with clients.
Students from across any of the optional courses at the university can take part in the CityLab project.
CityLab have done previous projects throughout the city and aim to bring together a number of students from both city universities who are taking part in projects that are supported by Aberdeen City Council and other partners across the city.