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University of Aberdeen

Founded in 1495, the University has a proud tradition of academic excellence which continues into its sixth century. Multidisciplinary research centres and institutes bring together experts at the cutting-edge of their fields to work with colleagues across the UK and beyond on the big issues of today.

Teaching at the University of Aberdeen is organised across three colleges which encompass a broad range of disciplines in academic schools.

Undergraduate and postgraduate students benefit by being taught by academic staff who are active in research, many involved in international collaborations at the forefront of discovery in their respective discipline, focused on finding answers to the issues facing our society and economy today.

Did you know?

Shapely antennae

Antennal shape reflects insect ecology, male moths have feathery antennae to detect female pheromones at night.

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