The university of Aberdeen, Scotland's third oldest and the UK's fifth oldest university was founded in 1945. The university combines ancient and modern teaching and learning services. The university has a population of 14,500 students, moreover a big internal group of student who are from 120 diverse countries. This introduction of university shows what it holds:
Ambitious as well as research-driven, we encourage and support our students. We are strongly dedicated towards research and academic excellence. We offer opportunities for our students to study the degree of their choice. We make easy academic growth along with overall personal progress”
Five Nobel Prize winners are associated with The university of Aberdeen. Whereas other scholars and graduates of the university include many distinguished figures, such as physicist James Clerk Maxwell; Thomas Reid, the founder of the Scottish School of Common Sense and an eminent Personnel in the Scottish Enlightenment; philosopher Robert Adamson; educationalist and philosopher Alexander Bain; and theologian William Robinson Clark. The university has been acclaimed by the UK Quality Assurance Agency owing to the quality of relationships between students and staff.
Teaching and research is primarily based at Old Aberdeen and Foresterhill campuses, Arts, Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and the main University library are located in Old Aberdeen. Whereas the majority of Life Sciences and Medicine is based at Foresterhill.
The University is located within the heart of a diverse and thriving regional economy of the city. One can enjoy excellent communications and travel links.