NUS Scotland has published an open letter to all college and university principles to ensure every student is ‘free to graduate.'
From a young age, Harriet Dixon knew she wanted to be a nurse, and the hard-working student has now taken a huge step towards securing it as her dream career.
Just 24 hours after graduating, Danielle Robertson is already putting her new degree to good use.
With two RGU qualifications already under her belt, one Aberdeen student is already hard at work striving towards a third.
Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom was filled with applause and cheering yesterday as hundreds of new graduates both celebrated their achievements and prepared to enter the world of work.
The award-winning crime writer behind the best-selling Shetland and Vera Stanhope novels has been recognised with an honorary award from Robert Gordon University.
A mum from Moray who returned to education after her life was uprooted by the downturn in the oil and gas industry was one of the hundreds of happy graduates at yesterday’s ceremony in the Beach Ballroom.
Jean Souter, from Tarland, graduated yesterday with a masters in Theology and Christian Studies.
Staying connected to her family has paid dividends for Eguolo May Vanni, from Westhill, who has graduated from Aberdeen University with a PhD in economics.
After completely changing her career plans to study photography at North East Scotland College, Anna Horne said it was one of the best decisions she could ever have made.
For one Aberdeen student, graduating from RGU yesterday was a dream 15 years in the making.
Pieternel Baak, from Spean Bridge, graduated from RGU’s Gray’s School of Art yesterday, with a first class honours degree in Fashion and Textiles.
Two honorary graduates graced the stage alongside talented students from the school of architecture, computing science, engineering and the Gray’s School of Art yesterday.
It was a day of relief and celebration for the Robert Gordon’s University (RGU) graduates who gathered at His Majesty’s Theatre yesterday.
An Aberdeen-born nursing lecturer at Robert Gordon University (RGU) was “feeling fantastic” yesterday after landing another achievement in her journey from nursing student to fully-qualified academic.
Graduating from Robert Gordon University came as something of a relief for a Shetland woman who juggled her duties as the mum of two young children with studying over the past several years.
A Sutherland student who fundraised online to have her leg amputated weeks before starting university has graduated with an honours degree.
The highlight of Gordon Maclennan’s time at university was playing for the football society in Prague.
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He knows the graduation routine by heart, after sitting through more than 250 ceremonies and gowning nearly 30,000 students.
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Kirk Craigen yesterday described graduating from Aberdeen University as a “big relief”.
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.
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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.
Emma Hicks, from Strathdon, was delighted to graduate from Aberdeen University yesterday after immersing herself for the last four years in politics and international relations.
A former baker has hung up her oven gloves to embark on her dream of becoming a counsellor after her soldier dad inspired her to help PTSD sufferers.
Hundreds of students were encouraged to become the backbone of Moray’s economy during their graduation ceremony yesterday.
Hundreds of people graduated from a north-east college on Saturday, but none quite had the same journey as one young woman from Peterhead.