Why research at Aberdeen?
Our research degrees are offered on a full or part time basis and delivered on campus or via distance or blended learning, so you can find a route that works best for you.
We have a thriving community of about 50 research students from all over the world; you could join our community of students from Bahrain, Cyprus, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Libya, Malawi, Malaysia, Malta, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and USA.
Our international body of staff encompasses a wide range of subject specialisms in which supervision can be offered. Our academics are involved in research and contribute to academic and professional bodies. Find out more by visiting our People page.
Our Research Themes
Our research is underpinned by the four key themes of International Studies in Social and Educational Development, Lifelong Professional Education & Development, Educational Inclusion & Wellbeing, and Pedagogy and Digital Learning.
Our Research Projects
Our staff are engaged in a variety of research projects evolving from a community of learning, which link in with our research themes. You can get involved with our research either at an individual level, or in partnership as part of another organisation or institution.
Our Research Networks
Our departments are linked with many networks, societies and groups Education across Scotland and the UK.
Contact Details: Research Coordinator, School of Education, University of Aberdeen, MacRobert Building, King’s College, Aberdeen, AB24 5UA+44 (0)1224 274507, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our available research projects