An Aberdeen teenager went from playing the bagpipes at other people's graduation ceremonies to stepping into the spotlight himself yesterday, as he left North East Scotland College with a HMD in music.
A top Highland League footballer added to his achievements yesterday after graduating with an HNC in mechanical engineering.
A former oil and gas worker who decided to open her own beauty salon took time out from her busy schedule to graduate from college.
Studying online can be a lonely way of completing a qualification - but Rebecca Poyner threw herself into college life.
With his positive attitude and resilience to overcome any challenges that come his way, Robbie Mungersdorf has graduated from Moray College UHI despite battling a life threatening medical condition and undergoing emergency brain surgery during his course.
The academic achievements of almost 100 north-east students have been celebrated at the Fraserburgh North East Scotland College graduations.
A Kingswells woman is looking forward to travelling the world after graduating from Robert Gordon University.
The first of thousands of students graduating from Robert Gordon University this week have received their degrees.
An Aberdeen mother who battled depression and bipolar disorder was among yesterday's proud graduates.
The following students graduate today at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen.
The hard work of hundreds of social sciences and medicine students was recognised yesterday as they graduated from Aberdeen University.
An Elgin dad urged others to hold on to their dreams after graduating with a law degree yesterday.
Aberdeen University welcomed back one of its most distinguished alumni yesterday as Dame Sue Black was awarded an honorary doctorate.
It was a day to remember for students at Aberdeen University yesterday as they were rewarded for years of hard work during the week’s first graduation ceremony.
Aberdeen mum celebrates graduation with a little help from her study buddy daughter
A ground-breaking surfer from the north-east reflected on a “bittersweet” day after overcoming tragedy to complete her degree.
The following students graduate from Aberdeen University today:
Students at Aberdeen University will graduate this year in an outdoor tent- after the traditional historic hall was found to be too small for the numbers attending.
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.