University of Aberdeen is located in the northen part of Scotland, about 1.5 hours by flight from London. Aberdeen is the third most populous city among the six designated cities in Schotland, with approximately 230,000 population. Aberdeen is a vibrant, creative and ambitious city, known for its historic charm and cosmopolitan community. The City of Aberdeen has something for everyone, from the bustling city centre of Europe’s Energy Capital, to the beautiful countryside and coastlines, there’s plenty to see and do.
University of Aberdeen is the fifth oldest university in the UK and a well-known education and research center. The school has five Nobel Prize winners, including the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Physics, Medicine and Peace. The University of Aberdeen has a high reputation for medicine. Both insulin and MRI were invented by professors at the University of Aberdeen.
Foundation Entry requirement
Form 5: Successful completion of Form 5 with 3 subject passes
English language: IELTS for UKVI 4.5 or above
Foundation tuition fee 2021/22
Business, Economics, Accountancy and Real Estate: £15,500
Life Sciences: £17,200
Humanities, Law and Social Science: £15,500
Physical Sciences & Engineering: £18,000
International Year 1 Entry requirement
International Year 1 tuition fee 2021/22