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 English teacher who helped GCSE students around the country improve their grades using a catchy Stormzy remix, has received a flood of praise from elated pupils.
A new all-in-one student mobile phone application created by two Aberdeen uni graduates is to launch next month.
Rising numbers of students are finding last-minute degree places, amid continuing competition between universities to snap up those still searching for a course.
Tens of thousands of degree courses are still available, as universities scramble to snap up students who have not yet secured a place.
Concerns have been raised by residents of a city community after plans to turn a residential property into a pub were lodged.
An Aberdeen student association has criticised a consultation which it claims discriminates against students in the housing market.
University management students in Aberdeen have raised a five-figure sum for charities.
The man who turned a humble pineapple at an Aberdeen university’s art exhibition into a piece of Modern Art has been revealed today.
A social media campaign has been launched by a university to welcome new students to Aberdeen.
Accommodation for 500 students could be built on land close to an Aberdeen university.
Shop given permission to sell booze at halls of residence in Aberdeen – despite objections from NHS Grampian
A retailer has been given permission to sell alcohol on a university halls site – despite concerns being raised it could encourage students to drink.
NHS Grampian has objected to plans to sell alcohol on a university halls site due to fears it will encourage students to drink.
Support has poured in for the potential return of a long-established and popular city parade.
Students in the North-east are being warned not to gamble with their health by abusing prescription drugs for a term time boost.
Aberdeen students are calling on university bosses to overhaul mental health services following the death of a young woman.
It could be the end of the road for Aberdeen's historic Torcher Parade after organisers failed to get a licence for their planned date.
An Aberdeen MP has written to the city council urging them to help people feel safe at night in a park.
The number of people diagnosed with either measles, mumps or rubella almost quadrupled in a year.
The Aberdeen Torcher parade – which has been organised by Aberdeen University Students’ Association (AUSA) for more than 120 years – is struggling to stay afloat, faced with a lack of interest, dwindling attendance and fewer donations.
A NEW social media platform for students in Aberdeen is being launched.
STUDENTS were descending on Aberdeen's Union Square shopping centre today as it rolled out a day of shopping, food, music and competitions.
Hundreds of students are queuing up to attend a lock in at an Aberdeen shopping centre.
A SAFE taxi scheme has been launched in Aberdeen.