Address: King’s College, Aberdeen AB24 3FX, Scotland, UK.
University of Aberdeen is an ancient public university in Aberdeen, Scotland that is founded in 1495. It is formed by the petition from William Elphinstone. It is the third-oldest university in Scotland. The motto of this university is “Initium Sapientiae Timor Domini”. The main campus is located at King’s College. The university colours are burgundy and white. University of Aberdeen is divided into 3 colleges that are separated into several academic schools and institutions. The large schools are divided into a number of departments. It has around 13,000 students from undergraduate until doctoral level. The students have academic dress that is generally worn at formal occasions (graduation, ceremonial events). The academic dress for undergraduate degrees and master degrees are almost same. It is a long black gown with hood that is lined with a color which varies depending on the discipline. For the undergraduate degrees, the hood’s color is black. While for master degrees, the hood’s color is white. For doctoral degrees, the scarlet robe is worn with facing and sleeve lining. Nowadays, it is constantly ranked between the top 150 universities around the world. If you want to get more information about this university, you can call +44 (0)1224 272000 at the office hours (Monday to Friday from 9am – 5pm).