“My degree was particularly well aligned to the requirements of industry and definitely helped me to secure a job at Chevron and enabled me to make a confident start at work.”
Maurice Thomson Mechanical Engineering MEng Chevron
04, April, 2014 Oil and Gas Academy of Scotland launched
A new body which aims to meet the training and educational needs of the oil and gas industry has been launched at the Scottish Parliament.
RGU lanuches Student Partnership Agreement to continually improve the student learning experience.
14, February, 2014 RGU strengthens links with Algeria as it welcomes the UK Ambassador
RGU welcomed the UK Ambassador for Algeria to its Garthdee campus this week.
06, February, 2014 City school pupils get to grips with engineering at RGU
Activity day saw Kittybrewster School pupils getting to grips with underwater robots, wind tunnels and race cars at RGU.
28, January, 2014 The road to Thunder Bay: Scottish ROV competition build-up begins
Build up to annual ROV design competition in Aberdeen due to get well underway in the coming weeks.
16, January, 2014 Teaching underway at OILTEAM Academy
Teaching is well underway at OILTEAM Academy in Sochi.
10, January, 2014 From psychology to engineering: a career path less travelled
Three years into a psychology career, Naomi Sharp took the decision to study Mechanical Engineering at RGU.
07, January, 2014 RGU distance learning student presented with SUT award
A distance learning student who completed his degree at the age of 66 has received a special prize from the SUT.
16, December, 2013 Moray man celebrates engineering degree
John Milne juggled a 100 mile round commute, full-time job and a family while studying at RGU.
02, December, 2013 RGU student takes top spot in Aberdeen energy competition
Christoph Knedel (26) powered through to take the top spot in an annual Energy Institute (EI) competition.