The heartbroken best friend of a student who died in a freak swimming accident has opened up about the tragedy two months on.
North East Scotland College
Several north and north-east colleges are forecasting deficits over the next five years, according to a report warning further education faces a widening funding gap.
Aberdeen teenagers have been primed for the world of work during a special Spotlight Day.
Tor Na Coille Hotel head chef Colin Lyall was crowned the region’s top cook at a prestigious awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
An Aberdeen sports scientist has been recognised as one of the UK's top 100 academics when it comes to performing "life-saving" work.
A former charity worker has claimed colleagues fabricated lies which ultimately led to her dismissal.
A film created by students to highlight the dangers of social media is to be shown at schools across Scotland.
Students at colleges across the north of Scotland faced yet more disruption yesterday as lecturers took part in industrial action over pay.
One student realising a life-long ambition yesterday was 54-year-old Dawn McLeod from Aberdeen.
Growing up within a musical family in Aberchirder, it is not surprising that 20-year-old Talitha Brown now has her sights set on a star-studded future.
Beaming family and friends looked proudly on from within the glittering ballroom in Aberdeen’s Hilton Treetops hotel yesterday as their loved ones graduated from the North East of Scotland College.
Young entrepreneurs are being given the chance of thousands of pounds in backing following the expansion of a startup business accelerator.
One student is delighted to be leaving college with two HNCs after being accepted on a dual qualification scheme and cramming in revision around his work.
A college “celebrity” joined dozens of excited students as they lined up to collect their degrees at the weekend.
North East Scotland College is facing a repair bill of more than £20 million and a Highland college has to act to remain “financially sustainable”, a new report has revealed.
Organisers of the first World Buttery Championship have selected 10 bakers to compete for the title in Aberdeen today.
A teenage musician livened up lunch time in Aberdeen city centre yesterday by performing acoustic versions of pop hits on a rooftop.
Young welders tasked with creating sculptures to transform Aberdeen city centre have unveiled their work.
A north-east student has made her directorial debut with a film about a debilitating disease.
Pupils from a north-east college are appealing for help to complete a charity challenge.
A team of chefs from North East Scotland College have made it through to the final of a prestigious competition.
North-east students have created their own life-size sculpture to cap the academic year.
Checks have found a college campus and a series of private university halls in Aberdeen do not have the same cladding used on Grenfell Tower.
An annual art, design and floristry show hosted by North East Scotland College (Nescol) at its campus in Fraserburgh will open to the public tomorrow.
A young designer will sleep easier after scooping a prestigious award for her unique mattress headboard.
North East Scotland College is offering a new form of apprenticeship to youngsters from the area.
A north-east college has announced it will remain open this week despite a planned wave of strike action.
North East Scotland College (NESCol) has been crowned as Scotland’s entrepreneurial further education college of the year.
Plans have been launched for a £64million redevelopment of the campuses of North East Scotland College.
An Aberdeen business organisation is appealing for donations of unwanted pianos to bring a global phenomenon to the city centre.
Hundreds of proud families poured into Aberdeen's Beach Ballroom yesterday to loved ones pick up their degrees and officially graduate from North East Scotland College.
Dozens of north-east students will celebrate the culmination of years of hard work today when they graduate in Fraserburgh.