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  1. 15, February, 2018 RGU Scholar heading to the Gold Coast to represent Scotland at table tennis

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    RGU Sport Scholar Colin Dalgleish will make his debut Commonwealth Games appearance in April 2018, where he will represent Scotland at table tennis on the Gold Coast of Australia.  

  2. 15, January, 2018 RGU awarded £4.2million to expand its pioneering work-based learning degree programme

    Ferdinand von Prondzynski

    Robert Gordon University (RGU), a pioneer of work-based learning degrees, has been awarded £4.2 million by Skills Development Scotland to significantly expand the range of courses on offer and the number of places available.  

  3. 19, December, 2017 Award win for CDA

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Common Data Access (CDA) is celebrating after scooping a win at the UK Association Awards Ceremony in Manchester. CDA – a subsidiary of Oil & Gas UK – won the Best eLearning/Online Education award for its innovative Graduate Certificate in Petroleum Data Management. The online course – the first of its kind – is designed to be studied anywhere in the world while working full-time. The course is part of a collaborative programme led and funded by CDA and delivered by Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen to establish Petroleum Data Management (PDM) as a recognised professional discipline.  

  4. 06, December, 2017 Brian takes a mature approach to celebrating another degree of success

    Brian Gorn

    After spending more than three decades in the oil and gas industry, Brian Gorn (58) from Keith decided it was time to learn something new and different.  

  5. 06, December, 2017 Aberdeen couple on a high after graduating from RGU

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    Robert Gordon University graduates Graham Gordon and Elaine Anderson have good reason for feeling on top of the world.  

  6. 06, December, 2017 Law and Order sets Kirsty off on legal path

    Kirsty Henderson

    Kirsty Laura Henderson has always excelled at stubbornly arguing a point – irrespective of whether she was right on wrong. That, plus watching The Bill and Law and Order on television, and some advice from her mum made choosing her future career path fairly easy. Five years later Kirsty, from Culbokie in the Black Isle, took the next step towards that career goal by graduating Bachelor of Laws from Robert Gordon University (RGU) on Tuesday, 5 December.  

  7. 24, November, 2017 Love it or loathe it, Black Friday is back - Andrew Turnbull

    Andrew Turnbull

    It’s back! For better or worse, love it or loathe it, the annual jamboree is returning to the UK this weekend, to delight some and to haunt others. Around £5 billion will be spent over a four-day period.  

  8. 15, November, 2017 Accounting as a force for good - the subject of first RGU Professorial Lecture

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    Professor Louise Crawford, Director of Research at Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Aberdeen Business School, will explore how politics and power can influence accounting practice, in the context of globalisation, when she delivers the opening Professorial Lecture in RGU’s latest series.  

  9. 05, October, 2017 RGU’s Professor Gammie reappointed to global accountancy standards board

    Elizabeth Gammie

    Professor Elizabeth Gammie, Head of RGU's Aberdeen Business School, has been reappointed to the prestigious International Accounting Education Standards Board (IAESB).  

  10. 21, September, 2017 OPINION: The importance of collaboration

    Fionnuala Cousins

    In our latest Friends of the Scotsman article, Fionnuala Cousins writes about the importance of collaboration in modern academia.  

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  1. 06, October, 2017 Open Day October 2017

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    Your chance to experience the University's stunning buildings & superb facilities & learn more about our courses.  

  2. 31, January, 2018 CityLab - Where the City Becomes the Classroom

    The CityLab project ‘Where the City is the Classroom” is an interdisciplinary opportunity for students from any disciplines in RGU to collaborate with students from the University of Aberdeen, to develop a ideas, which will have a positive social impact.