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  1. 22, June, 2017 RGU joins the teaching elite

    RGU has been awarded a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), placing it in the top 20% of the best universities in the UK for the quality of its undergraduate teaching and learning.  

  2. 07, June, 2017 Women’s issues stimulate debate on Twitter

    RGU Campus

    Researchers from RGU have continued their analysis of Twitter response to the televised leaders’ debates with an evaluation of over 22,000 tweets sent during last night’s STV debate. Tweets using the #scotdebates hashtag were collected and analysed.  

  3. 25, May, 2017 RGU computing students awarded Carnegie Vacation Scholarships

    Carnegie Team (from left) Mike Crabb, Graham Stead, Zaklina Rycko, Cara Henderson

    A trio of Computing Science students at RGU's School of Computing Science and Digital Media have been awarded the sought after Carnegie Vacation Scholarship to allow them to conduct research over the summer.  

  4. 14, April, 2017 Digital students to be celebrated at RGU

    Kirsty Noble

    An event at Robert Gordon University (RGU) will provide an exciting showcase of work by students in the School of Computing Science and Digital Media next week.  

  5. 11, April, 2017 RGU to launch new Masters Degree in Business Analytics in Sri Lanka

    John Harper

    Following on from the launch of Sri Lanka’s first Big Data Analytics MSc postgraduate degree programme delivered by Informatics Institute of Technology (IIT) in collaboration with Robert Gordon University (RGU), it has been announced that a new MSc in Business Analytics is in the process of being validated.  

  6. 01, April, 2017 RGU staff appointed to global web standards consortium

    Dr Michael Heron and Dr Michael Crabb

    Staff from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) School of Computing Science and Digital Media have been appointed to the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) Silver Task Force (STF) to advise on standards and guidelines which are used to develop web pages all over the world.  

  7. 31, March, 2017 RGU professor to explore the future of Artificial Intelligence

    Prof. Chrisina Jayne

    An academic expert will discuss Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its future at a public event held at Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen.  

  8. 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.  

  9. 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.  

  10. 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.  

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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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Events

  1. 14, July, 2017 Summer Graduation Ceremony - School of Computing Science and Digital Media, School of Engineering (2:30pm)

    Computing Science Graduate Stuart Whitehead

    Ceremonies for all courses in Computing and Engineering. View all of the courses graduating at this ceremony.  

  2. 24, July, 2017 Mental Health Movie Monthly: Song of the Sea

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Come along to a screening of 'Song of the Sea' as part of Mental Health Movie Monthly.  

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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.”

Nathan Brown School of Computing Graduate, The Institute of Cancer Research