A student safety campaign led by frontline police officers has kicked off in Aberdeen city centre and will continue until late September.
Nightclub and bars in the city centre have been put through their paces by police as the student influx into Aberdeen began.
Thousands of students are set to descend on Aberdeen over the next two weeks – and police want them to have fun but keep safe.
An Aberdeen university is offering those working in the oil industry a chance to step on to a virtual drilling rig.
Here's the shortlist for the Rising Star category sponsored by Robert Gordon University.
Robert Gordon University’s new student-led group is to tackle late detection of breast cancer in young people by promoting events around campus all year.
A new all-in-one student mobile phone application created by two Aberdeen uni graduates is to launch next month.
Nursing students have been crossing the pond in both directions this summer to learn more about their profession.
Aberdeen football legend Denis Law is to be awarded an honorary degree from a city university.
Architecture students have laid out their ideas for how the land surrounding Aberdeen's new bypass can best be utilised.
An Aberdeen student association has criticised a consultation which it claims discriminates against students in the housing market.
An Aberdeen student has used her talents to help brighten up the walls of a city school.
An Aberdeen student has been selected as one of two young people to represent Scotland as a Young Ambassador for the British and Irish Lions' tour of New Zealand.
An Aberdeen student has been injured after falling from a balcony in Ibiza.
An Aberdeen university programme is hosting nursing students from abroad to compare healthcare systems and training.
A student has been awarded a top prize for re-imagining Robert Gordon University's art school building as part of an architecture project.
University management students in Aberdeen have raised a five-figure sum for charities.
A pineapple left at an Aberdeen university exhibition as a prank has now been adopted as a work of art.
Three years ago in August I went to see my GP, having felt that something wasn't quite right.
A new hotel on a site of a former university building in Aberdeen is set to open next year creating 200 jobs.
A film screening is set to take place in Aberdeen to help mark Mental Health Awareness Week.
A man who allegedly crashed his mobility scooter into the River Dee while drunk has been charged by police.
A woman has been hurt in a robbery near an Aberdeen university.
An Aberdeen university boss today said his institution would "strongly resist" any plans to build a multi-million pound bridge through the heart of its campus.
Fiona Bell has plenty of incentives to lead Aberdeen to glory in this year's Universities Boat Race.
Rowers from the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University have set aside their differences to record a parody of Celine Dion’s classic power ballad, “My Heart Will Go On.”
A unique post-apocalyptic-themed event that requires participants to use their brains or lose them has launched in the city.
A student is targeting success this month when he takes to the slopes at the World University Winter Games in Kazakhstan.
The winners of a competition to create a sculpture out of biscuit wrappers have been announced.
A zero-waste cafe has served more than 600 meals since launching.