Students returning to Scotland after studying in Europe will continue to be given support to pay for tuition fees and living costs after Brexit, the Scottish Government has announced.
A record number of students went into higher education in Scotland last year, new figures reveal.
A number of city centre roads will close tomorrow to make way for Aberdeen's Torcher Parade.
Scottish ministers have been urged to set out a timetable for introducing a minimum student income.
A minimum income for students would help guarantee stronger financial support for those at university and college, Scottish Labour has said.
Hundreds of Scots studying in Europe could be forced to cut their education short and come home after Brexit, a Holyrood minister has warned.
An MSP has thrown his support behind a university campaign to get more men into nursing.
Students’ suggestions for breathing new life into a north-east railway line have gone on display.
The latest in a series of talks aimed at helping young people understand the oil and gas industry is to take place this week.
Postgraduate funding has been expanded to cover students on all types of masters courses.
A group of students are looking to spruce up an Aberdeen park by planting trees.
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A Catholic boys school has been closed for a day while protests continue over videotaped encounters between some of their students, members of a black religious sect and Native American marchers outside the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC last week.
An Aberdeen community has welcomed the impact of an increase in student accommodation developments in and around the area.
An Aberdeen university has teamed up with another institution in a collaboration worth £5 million.
Universities in the north-east have seen an almost 30% rise in students accessing mental health services over the past three years.
An Aberdeen student union has received £10,000 in funding to invest in improving mental health on campus.
This week we’ve searched our archives for some of the images of Aberdeen students making the best of university life hidden away in our archives.
Plans for a set of four sculptures to be placed on Aberdeen’s Broad Street have been shelved due to safety fears.
More than 70 letters have been sent to the Scottish Government to be considered in an Aberdeen student pub appeal.
Aberdeen is the most expensive city for students in Scotland to live in, according to a new report.
Mental health charities and social media influencers have created a digital magazine for Instagram designed to help students handle exam result stress.
Controversial new proposals have been made to ban animals from an Aberdeen university campus.
Students are being urged to find out if they are eligible for a refund on their TV licence.
Students who staged a sit-in at an Aberdeen university have left the educational body with a security bill of more than £12,000.
Aberdeen students have been urged to stay vigilant and make sure their property is locked up to prevent thefts.
Engineering students have pitted their skills against each other – by racing handmade soapbox cars.
The student occupation of a building at a university has ended after eight days.
Police attended an Aberdeen university protest following a report of a staff member being knocked to the ground.
Aberdeen students have staged a sit-in protest after a university union dismissed a proposal for lecturers’ pensions.