In The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017, RGU was ranked as a top 10 UK university for its high quality staff/lectures.
Our Information, Communications, Marketing and Media degrees develop sought-after vocational skills in areas such as Marketing, Journalism, Fashion Management, Hospitality & Tourism and Information Management.
Information has never been a more important commodity - with virtually no area of modern life untouched by the need to gather, organise and develop innovative new ways of accessing it. Many of our degrees are ranked within the top universities by the Complete University Guide.
Why Study Information, Communications, Marketing and Media Here?
We take a strongly vocational approach, partnering with employers and regularly reviewing our programmes to ensure courses are current and relevant.
Our highly creative and interdisciplinary courses place strong emphasis on gaining transferable skills in research, writing, presentation and computer-based authoring.
We have a number of modern facilities including a TV and radio studio, TV control room, green screen and Mac suites to ensure you get the most from your studies.
“The MSc Digital Marketing course has equipped me with the confidence, experience and necessary tools to be successful as a graduate and productive at my place of work. A great investment overall!”
Ilias Angelogiannis Masters in Digital Marketing MSc
With many of our courses recognised by professional bodies you will be highly sought after by employers.
Opportunities exist in public relations, marketing and event management.
Opportunities exist in print and broadcast journalism and increasingly in online media outlets.
Develop a career in the rapidly expanding information industry.
02, November, 2017 Postgraduate Open Evening
There has never been a better time to embark on a postgraduate course. Find out more at our open evening in November.
21, September, 2017 OPINION: The importance of collaboration
In our latest Friends of the Scotsman article, Fionnuala Cousins writes about the importance of collaboration in modern academia.
20, September, 2017 OPINION: Are you addicted to your mobile phone
The UK is now a ‘smartphone society,’ with over 80% of the population having access to one. Smartphones have overtaken laptops and ipads as our number one go-to device – and we access them all the time. A third of us wake up in the middle of the night to check our phone.
The school offers degrees in Marketing, Communications, Fashion Management, Journalism, Media, Events Management and Information Management.