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The University of Aberdeen was founded in 1495, which makes it the third-oldest university in Scotland and the fifth oldest in the whole UK. Thus, the university combines traditional methods and values with modern teaching and learning facilities. Accommodating a student population of over 14,000, it has a large international student community assembled from more than 120 countries. Undergraduate courses have almost 370 first-degree courses to choose from, and the postgraduate course consists of over 120 taught Masters's degrees.

At the beautiful university campus, students receive first-class learning resources and experience. At the main campus, you can spot ancient buildings standing side by side with modern and renovated buildings and laboratories, excellent computing facilities, and a spacious, advanced library facility. The university has 150+ sports clubs and societies available for its students to join. At the University of Aberdeen, graduate employability is high as 96.6%, with graduates entering into the work field or further study within the span of six months. The University is reputed for excellent teaching quality and research and it also has five Nobel Prize winners who are associated with the University.

The most sought-after courses at the  University of Aberdeen are in medicine, science, or engineering, but also its arts and social sciences courses are also popular. A mixing atmosphere of students from 120+ different nationalities renders it a multi-cultural atmosphere. It is ranked 1st in Scotland and 8th in the UK for its Public Health, Health Services, and Primary Care courses. It is also ranked 19th in the Times University Guide, 13th in the Guardian University Guide, and 220th in the QS World University Rankings in the year 2023.