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  1. 06, December, 2016 Caithness graduate achieves long-held ambition

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  2. 06, December, 2016 Aberdeen man hits hole-in-one with an MSC with distinction

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    An Aberdeen golf enthusiast has taken the negative of redundancy and turned it into a huge positive after graduating with an MSc IT for the Oil and Gas Industry with distinction and securing a new job.  

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

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    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. 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  

  5. 20, October, 2016 RGU professor looks beyond petroleum at public lecture

    Professor Babs Oyeneyin

    The place of oil and gas in the global energy mix will be explored by a RGU professor at a public lecture in Aberdeen next week.  

  6. 22, September, 2016 RGU to propose skills training framework for India’s subsea sector

    Indian energy delegation with RGU representatives

    RGU has been awarded funding from the UK Government to establish a sustainable training framework for the Indian energy sector with a focus on accelerating skills development in deep-water subsea.  

  7. 14, September, 2016 RGU to advise Mexican Government on skills development for its oil and gas sector

    Paul de Leeuw

    RGU has been awarded funding to create a skills development framework for the oil and gas sector in Mexico.  

  8. 12, September, 2016 Japanese students graduate from summer school at RGU

    Japanese Summer School graduation

    Fifteen Masters students from nine different universities across Japan have just completed a four week summer school at RGU.  

  9. 25, August, 2016 RGU engineering staff travel to China to share knowledge and expertise

    RGU engineering academics travelled to China to share their knowledge and expertise at a wind turbine workshop.  

  10. 25, August, 2016 RGU researchers win funds to establish marine energy centre in SE Asia

    CUSP Indonesia 2016

    Researchers at RGU have won £165,760 in funding from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Prosperity Fund to support the establishment of a South East Asia Marine Energy Centre (SEAMEC) in Indonesia.  

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“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

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