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  1. 17, March, 2017 The grass is greener at Robert Gordon University for international MSc student Zoe Katsaggelos

    Zoe Katsaggelos

    For Chicago-born Zoe Katsaggelos, the decision to follow up on her dual undergraduate degree in Global Studies and Spanish from the University of Illinois and travel to the UK was an easy one.  

  2. 16, March, 2017 Robert Gordon University increases presence in China

    China office opening ceremony

    Robert Gordon University (RGU) is expanding its international focus as it continues its investment in China.  

  3. 02, March, 2017 RGU first to confirm graduate level apprenticeship offering

    Sir Ian Wood Building with RGU sign

    RGU is the first university in Scotland to confirm the structure and content of its new work-based learning degrees.  

  4. 17, February, 2017 RGU and DNV GL join forces to create cost-saving image processing software

    DNV GL and RGU collaboration

    Robert Gordon University (RGU) and multinational provider of risk management and sustainability services, DNV GL, have joined forces on a project which aims to deliver cost savings to the oil and gas industry.  

  5. 07, February, 2017 RGU to address digital skills shortage with graduate apprenticeships

    Prof. Chrisina Jayne

    Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been awarded a £1million funding boost by Skills Development Scotland (SDS) to address the national digital skills shortage.  

  6. 16, December, 2016 RGU at forefront of UK artificial intelligence research

    Blessing Mbipom and Dr Stewart Massie

    Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) School of Computing Science and Digital Media has swept the board in best papers at this year’s International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications of Artificial Intelligence organised by the British Computer Society.  

  7. 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.  

  8. 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.  

  9. 26, October, 2016 Aberdeen data company snaps up RGU grads

    An Aberdeen company which provides operational reporting solutions to the upstream oil and gas industry has snapped up five RGU graduates and current students to more than double its current team.

    An Aberdeen company which provides operational reporting solutions to the upstream oil and gas industry has snapped up five RGU graduates and current students to more than double its current team.  

  10. 18, October, 2016 RGU computing students compete in Cyber Security Challenge

    2016 Cyber Security Challengers

    A group of computing students from RGU put their cyber skills to the test as they battled it out in a national competition.  

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  1. Judith Herbert - BSc (Hons) Computer Science

    judith herbert

    "My university work placement secured my role at Shell."

    Judith Herbert Computer Science Course BSc (Hons)

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  1. 10, April, 2017 Mental Health Movie Monthly: The Milk of Sorrow

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Come along to a screening of 'The Milk of Sorrow' as part of Mental Health Movie Monthly.  

  2. 12, April, 2017 Visit Afternoon

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

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

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“The most enjoyable part of my student life at Robert Gordon University was conducting research into evolutionary programming. This has served me well in my career, where I am developing novel solutions to tackle challenges in modern drug discovery.”

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