Girls from schools throughout the UK are being invited to apply to take part in an engineering conference in Aberdeen.
Two Aberdeen universities have joined a call for clarity over the loss of research funding as a result of Britain leaving the EU.
Postgraduate funding has been expanded to cover students on all types of masters courses.
Entry requirements for some of Scotland’s most prestigious universities will be lowered to increase the number of students from diverse backgrounds, it has emerged.
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Students should apply for university after they get their A-level results, in a major shake-up proposed by university and college staff.
The Irish Government has confirmed it will continue supporting students applying to universities in the United Kingdom as well as Northern Ireland pupils wishing to study in the Republic after Brexit.
Education chiefs have teamed up with the Dons in a bid to get more children thinking about going to university.
MRI scanners, prosthetic breasts for cancer patients and improvements to hip replacements have been cited among the best innovations in health by universities in the UK.
A university student is hoping to empower pregnant women with a new business.
A programme encouraging students into medicine has achieved a near-100% success rate in its first year.
An event which will discuss the first female medical graduates of an Aberdeen university is to take place.
A new study has revealed a surge in the number of students paying someone else to write their university essays.
Two Aberdeen academics have been commended for helping reduce the threat from global terrorism.
Students will be able to fly drones in a dedicated park at a US university as they are encouraged to “experiment and innovate” with the technology.
An Aberdeen university has announced its new principal after a global search.
A professor at an Aberdeen university has said schools should be teaching pupils about the built environment from a young age to encourage more people to take up architecture.
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.
The upheaval of Brexit will be a challenge for universities when attracting or retaining world-class lecturers, a Scottish Government minister has said.
Volunteers are being sought for a historic and much-loved Aberdeen student parade.
Students should get more help from Aberdeen’s universities to prevent them from becoming hooked on gambling, an MSP has said.
A new all-in-one student mobile phone application created by two Aberdeen uni graduates is to launch next month.
An eight-year-old North-east boy is already planning his post-school studies - after receiving a care package from an Aberdeen university's president.
Artefacts dating from as far back as the Stone Age have been uncovered on a site at the University of Aberdeen.
A new website encouraging students to register to vote has launched a tool to help them decide whether to cast their vote at home or university.
An architecture student has been awarded an industry commendation for her work "Mirrored Pavilion".
A film screening is set to take place in Aberdeen to help mark Mental Health Awareness Week.
An Aberdeen bus operator has announced the return of a special late night service for students during the spring exams period.
A university film society has announced the winners of its first ever film festival.
An Aberdeen university principal is among the highest-earning among his UK peers, a report into pay and perks for senior university staff has found.