Architecture, Construction & Surveying News

Explore the latest Architecture, Construction and Surveying news, including staff and student achievements and announcements.

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  1. 14, December, 2016 Architecture students create follow-up to popular Aberdeen-inspired colouring book

    Aberdeen colouring book 300 x 300

    Architecture students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have, for the second year running, created an adult colouring book, drawing inspiration from the Granite City and its buildings.  

  2. 13, December, 2016 Students encouraged to take part in initiative to help drive positive change in Aberdeen

    Jon Pengelly

    Students from Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the University of Aberdeen are being encouraged to sign up to a project which will help drive social and cultural change within the city.  

  3. 06, December, 2016 Four is the magic number for Huntly graduates

    Huntly graduates

    A group of four friends from Huntly have graduated with Masters in engineering degrees on the same day, having spent the last 10 years side-by-side through school and University.  

  4. 03, December, 2016 RGU architecture students to benefit from creation of new scholarship

    David McClean and Sarah Dingwall

    The Ina Scott Sutherland Charitable Foundation has pledged £50,000 to Robert Gordon University for the creation of a new scholarship aimed at supporting students from traditionally under-represented backgrounds.  

  5. 25, October, 2016 Career Opportunities Fair

    Placement Fair

    Attend the Career Opportunities Fair on Thursday 27 October which is open to students and graduates from all Universities  

  6. 28, September, 2016 RGU to participate in major European sustainable transport project

    RGU PORTIS team

    Sustainable transport in Aberdeen will come to the fore as part of a major international research project aimed at promoting better modes of sustainable transport in port cities.  

  7. 23, August, 2016 CHAP funds summer studentship at RGU

    CHAP studentship L-R Douglas Thomson, Prof. Gokay Deveci and Valentin Dolhan

    A final year architecture student at RGU is spending three months researching low carbon affordable housing thanks to a summer studentship funded by The CHAP Group.  

  8. 16, August, 2016 RGU to open its doors to prospective undergraduate students

    Sir Ian Wood Building with RGU sign

    Prospective students can learn more about RGU's wide range of career-focussed degree level courses at its Undergraduate Open Day.  

  9. 10, August, 2016 RGU team to attend UCAS fairs across Scotland

    Education Liaison Team: Laura McLemmon and Vicki Todd

    The RGU Education Liaison Team is gearing up to attend UCAS fairs across Scotland to promote courses to young people the length and breadth of the country.  

  10. 01, August, 2016 CIOB accreditation for RGU construction management course

    New Scott Sutherland School 2015

    RGU's Construction Management degree has received industry accreditation by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).  

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  1. The Big Crit

    Big Crit

    Final year student showcased plans for Buckie harbour

    Cian O’Riordan Master of Architecture MArch

“I chose to study at Robert Gordon University because I was keen to attend an architecture school which had close links to an art college whilst also providing a technically focused course.”

Aisling Shannon Master of Architecture MArch

Events

  1. 19, January, 2017 Postgraduate Open Evening

    Postgraduate Study 2014

    There has never been a better time to embark on a postgraduate course. Find out more at our open evening in January.  

  2. 25, January, 2017 Design & Technology Online Chats

    Online Chat

    A great opportunity for you to talk to us and get any questions answered online.  

  3. 01, February, 2017 Visit Afternoon

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Your chance in February 2017 to experience what it is like to be an undergraduate student at Robert Gordon University.  

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Fact

  • Robert Gordon University's 'Masterplan' is a £120 million campus development project at our Garthdee campus which will provide all of our students and staff with state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities.

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