“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
06, May, 2016 Funding boost for RGU renewable energy project
Researchers at RGU have been awarded a further £200,000 in funding to help establish integrated renewable energy systems in Indonesia.
02, May, 2016 IMechE award for RGU engineering students
Five engineering students at RGU have won a group project award from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), which will allow them to present research at an international conference.
27, April, 2016 Engineering staff gain professional recognition
Two School of Engineering lecturers have received internationally recognised status as Chartered Engineers (CEng) and become members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).
The reasons behind political violence in oil rich regions of Africa will be explored by a leading RGU academic at a professorial lecture next month.
19, April, 2016 RGU students battle it out in land yacht race at Balmedie
Balmedie Beach was once again turned into the venue for a hotly contested land yachts race featuring young engineers from RGU last week.
12, April, 2016 Student land yacht race returns to Balmedie
Balmedie Beach will once again be turned into the venue for a hotly contested land yachts race featuring young engineers from RGU this week.
08, April, 2016 Students cook up Fit Dish idea as part of CityLab project
The pilot CityLab initiative saw students from RGU and the University of Aberdeen team up with Aberdeen City Council to look at city-wide challenges and develop innovative, tangible solutions around them.
04, April, 2016 Mintlaw Academy come out on top in annual ROV competition
The Scottish leg of the challenge, co-ordinated and hosted by RGU, saw 11 schools put underwater robots they have designed and built to the test on Thursday, March 31 at RGU’s Sir Ian Wood Building.
25, March, 2016 Call for enhanced oil recovery book chapters
An RGU lecturer is heading up the editorial board of a new book exploring Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and is inviting submissions of chapter proposals from both industry and academia.
Tackling the murky reaches of an ocean on one of Jupiter’s moons is just one of the missions school pupils from across Scotland will be tackling as part of this year’s MATE Scotland ROV Challenge.