About the institution
The University of Aberdeen is Scotland’s third oldest university. Five Nobel laureates are associated with the university. Its Old Aberdeen campus is two miles north of the city centre. Its other campus, the main base for its life sciences and medical facilities, is based in Foresterhill, the highest point of Aberdeen. Facilities include the Olympic-standard Aberdeen Sports Village and Aquatic Centre, a zoology museum, a dental school and Cruickshank Botanic Garden.
Courses and subject guides
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