Architectural technology students from Inverness have revealed their innovative designs for the redevelopment of the city’s Upper Bridge Street buildings.
Students returning to Scotland after studying in Europe will continue to be given support to pay for tuition fees and living costs after Brexit, the Scottish Government has announced.
Talks will be held on ways to improve Aberdeen's Torcher Parade after it was dismissed as "grim" this year.
A record number of students went into higher education in Scotland last year, new figures reveal.
Hundreds of onlookers lined the streets of the Granite City to watch students in colourful costumes march through the city centre this weekend as part of one of Aberdeen’s oldest traditions.
Scottish ministers have been urged to set out a timetable for introducing a minimum student income.
A minimum income for students would help guarantee stronger financial support for those at university and college, Scottish Labour has said.
Aberdeen University has received a commendation for supporting its increasingly-diverse student population.
More than 150 people have descended on Aberdeen’s Marischal College in a protest over climate change.
Hundreds of Scots studying in Europe could be forced to cut their education short and come home after Brexit, a Holyrood minister has warned.
An MSP has thrown his support behind a university campaign to get more men into nursing.
Police looking into sick Snapchat group which asked for indecent pictures of female Aberdeen students
Police are trying to establish the extent of a "perverted" social media group set up to harvest indecent images of women who attend university in Aberdeen.
Women attending university in Aberdeen have been targeted by a "disgusting" social media group which asks men to share indecent images of female students.
Women attending university in Aberdeen have been made the target of a secret Snapchat group, calling themselves "the Brohood", which asks members to share indecent pictures of female students.
Concerns have been raised over the future of the NHS after it was revealed that more than 1,000 medical students have withdrawn from their course over the last five years.
A teenage student who believes her drink was spiked with a “date rape drug” during a night out has warned others to be careful.
Police were called to Aberdeen University as bar staff protested a decision to allow only one nightclub to promote itself to fresher students during a fair.
Inverness College UHI has recently welcomed a group of more than 50 US based students as part of a bespoke study abroad programme.
Concerns have been raised about university marking systems after it emerged students are now far more likely to score top passes than they were less than a decade ago.
One of Moray’s most renowned house builders offered young people the chance to do a placement with the company.
Aberdeen University has purchased a former bank on its campus after the council rejected controversial plans to convert it into housing.
Seven students from Cantraybridge College in Inverness have experienced a taste of working life in Belgium.
A north-east secondary school is in line for an upgrade to help boost the job prospects of its pupils.
The student occupation at Aberdeen University ended yesterday following a nine day protest in the building.
A senior member of staff at the University of Aberdeen has been recorded charging head first at students and manhandling a female protester.
Aberdeen University vice-chancellor, Sir Ian Diamond, has called for more clarity on the rights of EU citizen’s families to remain in the UK after Brexit.
A candidate in the race for Aberdeen University’s ancient rector position has said allegations of posters being ripped down was “extremely disappointing”, but refused to “point fingers”.
A new report has shown that international students contribute more than £160million to the north-east economy each year.
Students have been caught cheating at north-east universities nearly 900 times in the past five years.
Thousands lined the streets of Aberdeen city centre on Saturday to welcome the much-anticipated return of the annual Torcher Parade.
From living expenses to textbooks, it seems the cost of studying is leaving many UK students facing concerns over debt.
A historic charity parade, which was cancelled for the first time in more than a century last year, will light up Aberdeen again this month.