Aberdeen is an energetic, artistic and industrious city, known for its historical charm and cosmopolitan community. Aberdeen has something for everyone, from the bustling city centre of Europe’s Energy Capital to stunning countryside and coastlines. A history of pioneering innovations has changed thinking and practice in medicine, science, arts, and humanities. University of Aberdeen is ranked among the top 200 universities in the world, including the QS rankings 2019. Multidisciplinary research centres and institutes bring together experts at the cutting-edge fields to work with associates across the UK and beyond on the prominent concerns of today. Teaching at the University of Aberdeen is organised crossed 12 schools that include a wide range of methods. Undergraduate and postgraduate students benefit by being taught by an academic team who are active in research, many involved in international collaborations at the lead of discovery in their particular system, focused on finding solutions to the problems facing our society and economy today. Teaching and research are mainly based on their Old Aberdeen and Foresterhill campuses. Arts, Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, and the main University library are located in Old Aberdeen. The majority of Life Sciences and Medicine is based at Foresterhill.
Campus facilities The University has two UK campuses. First there is the iconic Old Aberdeen campus, home to both the International Study Centre and the impressive King's College Chapel that was built in 1495. Old Aberdeen has enlarged over the years and now claims more up to date buildings, such as the Sir Duncan Rice Library, but King's College still holds its ancient origins - teaching subjects such as Theology and History of Art. Students who are studying Life Sciences and Medicine may be at the Forester hill campus - home to the facilities and personnel you need to succeed. There you will find:
· The Dental School
·Institute of Medical Sciences
·Rowett Institute for Nutrition
·The Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre
Why Study at University of Aberdeen
Aberdeen owns extraordinary facilities both inside and outside of the classroom. Regardless of your chosen subject, you will benefit from some of the multimillion-pound investments made into study and research at the University:
·Bloomberg Terminal - helping business students obtain real-world knowledge in financial dealing.
·Sir Duncan Rice Library has seven floors of books on everything from the arts and humanities to science, a gallery, 1,200 study spaces, and a break room with panoramic views of the city. The building has won several architectural awards and is made from more than 20,000 tonnes of concrete and 700 glass panels.
·One of the largest health campuses in Europe.
·Aberdeen Sports Village - Olympic-standard sports facilities open to International Study Centre students.