An international student due to be forced out of the UK despite living in the country since he was a teenager has urged the Government to apply its new visa rules to existing graduates.
Thousands of students basked in the sunshine to celebrate the culmination of years of hard work – accompanied by proud friends and family members.
For Fraser Yates, graduating from the sport and exercise science course marks the beginning of a year-long journey he hopes will see him do his bit for others.
An Aberdeen lecturer chalked up another achievement in her journey from nursing student to fully-qualified academic.
After years balancing a full-time job, studying and running ultra-marathons, a north-east student has finally crossed the finish line.
A management graduate used his part-time job to inspire part of his academic work.
A north-east politics graduate spoke of his joy of netting his degree.
Dreams of saving the world were the inspiration for one of yesterday's medical graduates.
Former Royal Marine Commando William Skene is looking forward to taking his career in a new direction after gaining his degree.
Aberdeen student Michaela celebrates first class honours despite medical condition forcing her to give up school
Students all across the North-east are celebrating their big moments this week as they line up to graduate.
Engineering, teaching and law graduates from an Aberdeen university can expect to earn significantly more than the sector average for their profession, according to UK Government figures.
An Aberdeen organisation has helped graduates to quickly get on the career ladder after their studies, according to new figures.
FOUR design graduates are celebrating after their homeware products hit the shelves of a North-east shop.