University Of Aberdeen Hoodie

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University Of Aberdeen Hoodie

University Of Aberdeen Hoodie, Hoodies

Fairtrade Unisex Double Zip Jacket Grey

Fairtrade Unisex Double Zip Jacket Grey

Description

Hooded jacket with an embroidered and printed University of Aberdeen design on the left breast. Sizes in UK sizes.

Fairtrade Unisex Double Zip Jacket Khaki

Fairtrade Unisex Double Zip Jacket Khaki

Description

Hooded jacket with an embroidered and printed University of Aberdeen design on the left breast. Sizes in UK sizes

Fairtrade Unisex Double Zip Jacket Navy Blue

Fairtrade Unisex Double Zip Jacket Navy Blue

Description

Hooded jacket with an embroidered and printed University of Aberdeen design on the left breast. Sizes in UK sizes.

Fairtrade Unisex Shoreditch Hoody Indigo

Fairtrade Unisex Shoreditch Hoody Indigo

Description

Hoody with a printed University of Aberdeen design on the chest. Sizes in UK sizes.

Founded in 1495 by William Elphinstone, Bishop of Aberdeen and Chancellor of Scotland, the University of Aberdeen is Scotland’s third oldest and the UK’s fifth oldest university.

William Elphinstone established King’s College to train doctors, teachers and clergy for the communities of northern Scotland, and lawyers and administrators to serve the Scottish Crown. Much of the King’s College still remains today, as do the traditions which the Bishop began.

King’s College opened with 36 staff and students, and embraced all the known branches of learning: arts, theology, canon and civil law. In 1497 it was first in the English-speaking world to create a chair of medicine. Elphinstone’s college looked outward to Europe and beyond, taking the great European universities of Paris and Bologna as its model.

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