More than half of a group of Aberdeen school pupils have been offered university places after attending taster sessions.
Around 20 young people from Torry, Northfield, St Machar and Hazlehead academies, completed 15 weeks at Robert Gordon University (RGU), doing either art or architecture courses.
Following the programme, which was part of the Access to Creative Education Scotland scheme at RGU, 11 pupils from S5 and S6 successfully applied to further their careers at the institution.
They will be studying at Gray’s School of Art, and the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture from September.
Mark Manson, an S5 student at Hazlehead Academy, impressed lecturers by creating a model of his contemporary chair design as part of the architecture course.
Meanwhile, those on the art course were tasked with producing work with a transformation theme.