University of Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen was founded in 1945. It is one of the oldest universities in Europe and the fifth oldest in the UK. Old Aberdeen’s King’s College, home to the university’s original foundation and now the main university site, is situated just one mile from the city centre.
It is a 15th century city that brings a genuine sense of history to modern university life.
The University of Aberdeen has been awarded Four Nobel Prizes for work either completed or initiated at the university, and boasts an international reputation that bears testament to a long tradition of excellence and innovation.
Students electing to study at the University of Aberdeen would be joining a varied and thriving community of around 14,000 students. International students represent approximately 19% of this. The University of Aberdeen offers a variety of study options to suit many academic interests, and many social and leisure activities on offer that contribute to a fun and varied student social life.
The University of Aberdeen offers first class learning resources situated in a beautiful campus. At Aberdeen’s campus you will find ancient buildings side by side with modern, newly refurbished laboratories, excellent computing facilities and the latest library technology. Social and sporting amenities are of a high standard with over 150 sports clubs and societies on offer for students to join.