15, January, 2018 RGU awarded £4.2million to expand its pioneering work-based learning degree programme
Robert Gordon University (RGU), a pioneer of work-based learning degrees, has been awarded £4.2 million by Skills Development Scotland to significantly expand the range of courses on offer and the number of places available.
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