Hundreds of Aberdeen students are celebrating after receiving their degrees at a special ceremony.
Dons legend Willie Miller will be honoured by Aberdeen University for his work on and off the pitch.
An Aberdeen city centre road will temporarily close for two days while graduation ceremonies are held.
A keen piper is to start up his own business after graduating from North East Scotland College.
An aspiring web designer is continuing her studies at an Aberdeen university.
Huntly footballer Glenn Murison was among those graduating from North East Scotland College.
An Aberdeen woman who left school for university aged just 16 plans to travel the world after her graduation.
Hundreds of people gathered with proud friends and family as they celebrated the end of their studies.
A graduate will keep on studying after being inspired by a professor.
A graduate has spoken of his “proudest achievement” after starting a petition to revoke the honorary degree of the Sultan of Brunei.
An Aberdeen councillor was celebrating after his efforts resulted in a first-class degree.
It was a family affair as famed forensic anthropologist Dame Sue Black received her honorary degree alongside her daughter.
After seven years in the field, Amy Duthie went back to school to further her love for nursing.
A new north-east mum is celebrating the success of her new degree.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of Aberdeen’s university winter grads over the years. Do you recognise anyone in this gallery?
An Aberdeen graduate is hoping to pursue a career in politics after completing her first-class honours degree.
Not only did Aberdeen couple Graham Gordon, 35, and Elaine Anderson, 34, graduate from Robert Gordon University (RGU) on the same day – but they did so just two months after fulfilling another lifetime ambition to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
For one graduate the timing of finishing her course couldn’t have come at a better time.
North-east rowing star Dame Katherine Grainger was among those honoured during a graduation event at a city university.
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.
He was the Aberdeen golfer who crashed into the rough last year amid the oil and gas crisis.
Judy Murray netted an honorary degree after a lifetime dedicated to promoting tennis.
Hundreds of North-east students have been celebrating after their hard work and dedication finally paid off.