UCAS Discovery Aberdeen 2024

Date and location
4 September 2024, Sir Ian Wood Building, Aberdeen
Book your place now

Speak to our experts to help you decide on your next steps. 

Come and see us at our campus event at the Robert Gordon University.  UCAS Discovery is a place to discover all your options, under one roof. We can help you discover traditional degrees, apprenticeships, careers, and more. 

What will you discover? 

At UCAS Discovery, you can: 

  • chat to unis and colleges about their courses and uni life 

  • speak to employers about what an apprenticeship is like and the options available 

  • listen to talks from experts in their fields 

  • get dedicated support from our UCAS experts about your options 

Book your place at this UCAS Discovery exhibition now

Opening times

Wed 4 September 2024 - 09:30 to 15:00

UCAS Events: The Big Q&A at UCAS Discovery - What's it all about?

Find out what UCAS Discovery is all about.

Anna, UCAS Discovery attendee

I knew she wanted to study an artsy subject and go into an art-based career. I always loved subjects like music and art, and going to UCAS Discovery and talking to all the people there about the options available helped me decide which course would be best for her. I’m now studying concept art for games and film at Staffordshire University.

Tom, UCAS Discovery attendee

At UCAS Discovery, I spoke to almost every person about different course options available in the subjects I liked, and asked loads of questions. There was one student that spoke who said, ‘If you study something that you love, you don’t feel like you’re studying it’, which was so inspirational I decided to study geography at Swansea University.

See who's at your event

This is your chance to explore all your options under one roof and ask questions face-to-face to get the answers you need to decide on your next steps.

Full list of exhibitors coming soon.

What's Discovery like?
of attendees in 2022 found a uni, college or employer they were interested in applying to
Will I enjoy it?
of students attending rate UCAS events as good or great.