Robert Gordon University's 'Masterplan' is a £120 million campus development project at our Garthdee campus which provides all of our students and staff with state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities.
This includes a new library, and formal and informal learning and social spaces for students. The first phase is complete, with students from session 2013/14 and the local community now enjoying some of the best facilities in the UK. Construction for Phase 2 started in May 2014 and should be completed by the end of 2015.
It also allows staff and students from different disciplines to benefit from working more closely together on interdisciplinary themes which are so important in today’s society and economy.
The new facilities complement the University’s existing buildings in terms of their innovative design and style, while providing an outstanding educational environment for its students.
The BREEAM (environmental assessment) for Phase 1 of the Masterplan Development is available to view.
The campus retains its park-like ambience and provide a recreational setting for the benefit of staff, students and the local community. The developments enable the University to realise its ambition to deliver the best riverside campus in Europe for all students to enjoy.