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Alumni information for graduates of Robert Gordon University.
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RGU’s widening participation initiative aims to extend access to learning and enable talented individuals from under-represented groups to achieve their ambitions through higher education whatever their circumstances.
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Get involved & give back on Giving Tuesday 28 November, creating opportunity for exceptional RGU students.
The RGU Giving Tuesday campaign supports a strategic aim of RGU, to extend access to learning and enable talented individuals from under represented backgrounds, particularly those from deprived areas, to achieve their ambitions through higher education.
By making a gift on Giving Tuesday you are giving students from all backgrounds the financial support they need to realise their potential.
Giving is easy and donations of all sizes really will make a difference.
You can donate online, by mail or in person at West Lodge, Garthdee Campus and at the collection boxes that you will find across campus.
To increase the value of your gift, every donation made (including gift aid) will be matched 100% by the Robertson Scholarship Trust through their enhanced bursary programme.
Mark Sollis, Vice-Principal for University Advancement at RGU, pledges his support to the university’s #GivingTuesday appeal to widen access to higher education.
RGU alumna MPharm 2017 received a Robertson Trust access scholarship to study at RGU.
Second year Architecture student is supported by a scholarship following donations to Giving Tuesday 2016.
Fourth year Gray's School of Art student is supported by an Access scholarship.
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