The creators of the Aberdeen Student Show have announced its 2020 performance will envisage an alternate future for the city.
An event telling the stories of soldiers, doctors, nurses and families of World War I will take place in Aberdeen tonight.
Animals could be banned from Aberdeen University’s campus buildings under a controversial new policy being debated by its committees.
One of yesterday’s graduates is now looking forward to a well-earned break before embarking on the next step towards his dream job.
Yesterday’s graduation ceremony was a memorable experience for many students as they officially completed their arduous law degrees.
Lauren Lynch found the experience of relocating from a village of 200 people to a city of 200,000 a “scary” challenge.
Aberdeen University Graduations 2018: Lossiemouth Holly dances her way to business management degree
A Lossiemouth woman has danced her way to success - leading the way for her sisters.
James Murray moved to Aberdeen to study from his home in the village of Dores near Inverness.
The sun was shining for Aberdeen University graduates yesterday as they bid farewell to the home of their studies.
Many people believe that age is just a number.
Anna Reid, from Dyce, has completed a degree in politics and international relations.
Researchers at Aberdeen University will host a discussion on the pros and cons of e-cigarettes next week.
The world's deepest fish has been captured on camera by scientists at the University of Aberdeen.
A £100m facility that could help the industry’s employment needs is to be developed by the University of Aberdeen. The Energy Building will be built close to the Sir Duncan Rice Library on the corner of St Machar Roundabout and Bedford Road. Read the full story on the Press and Journal’s sister website Energy Voice.
Celebrations got underway as the winter round of Aberdeen University graduations began yesterday on the King's Campus.