Students must be told about the risks of taking part in initiation ceremonies at university, according to new advice.
Chris Deerin: Whatever the opposite is of being ready for the first born flitting the nest, that was us last week
We packed up the car last Saturday and headed off to Glasgow for the day. Not an uncommon family outing, but this time with a difference: we returned home that evening a child lighter, and for good.
Most adults remember poring over a textbook for their homework or a exam, but many now believe the death knell has sounded for this traditional method of learning.
An international student due to be forced out of the UK despite living in the country since he was a teenager has urged the Government to apply its new visa rules to existing graduates.
Confidence and connections are the keys to success in life, according to a poll of young people.
Beef burgers have been banned by a university as part of efforts to tackle the climate emergency.
Unconditional offers to university and higher education applicants have hit a record high, with one in four now receiving them, figures show.
The Duke of Sussex’s beard was the centre of attention when Harry met a young patient at Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
The following students graduated today at His Majesty’s Theatre Aberdeen
The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen will be lit up today as part of World MS Day.
An Aberdeen snowboarder who threw himself into the sport following the death of his younger brother has been picked to represent his country in a major competition.
Staff and students unveil mental health masterplan for RGU in effort to make university a place of ‘wellbeing’
Staff and students at Robert Gordon University have vowed to take action to make their campus a safe and welcoming community in response to a rising tide of students in Scotland struggling with their mental health.
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.
More than 20,000 Scots have registered to donate their body to medical science on their death.
It is 2019, and a dark moment looms for the Deerin household. This is the year in which daughter number one will fly the coop – to university in the autumn.
A student body has accused university bosses of failing to acknowledge the “evidential magnitude” of problems with sexual harrassment and violence on campus.
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.
Aberdeen University has launched a new award scheme aimed at encouraging the north-east's best and brightest teenagers to follow their academic dreams regardless of their background.
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.
Aberdeen University has been named Scottish university of the year and been shortlisted for the UK title.
A teenage student who believes her drink was spiked with a “date rape drug” during a night out has warned others to be careful.
New figures show Aberdeen was well ahead of other Scottish cities in terms of student accommodation property deals during 2017.
Fire crews have attended a small fire at the University of Aberdeen today.
Oban’s future as a university town was discussed with its residents yesterday at a launch event in the Corran Halls.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise backtrack after “mistakenly” publishing a report containing criticism of the Highland university
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has had to backtrack after “mistakenly” publishing a report containing criticism of the region’s university and its ability to support growth of the digital technology sector.
Students have been caught cheating at north-east universities nearly 900 times in the past five years.
Ambitions to transform Oban into a coastal university town – on a par with St Andrews – have been revealed.
Starting university is an exciting new chapter for young students, but it can also be daunting and stressful.
More than 4,000 pupils from Scotland’s poorest communities will be going to university, officials have confirmed.
The SNP has been accused of repeatedly delaying a key announcement on university funding for "cheap conference cheers".
Nicola Sturgeon's premiership has overseen a widening in the gap between the richest and poorest getting to university, official figures show.
Students from a north-east university have put their IT skills to the test after being tasking with creating a website for the Lord Lieutenant of Kincardineshire.