In The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017, RGU was ranked as a top 10 UK university for its high quality staff/lectures.
If you are interested in studying law, Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University in Scotland provides a number of degree and masters Law courses.
A degree in law is a passport to a professional career as a practising solicitor, as well as legal work in the civil service, the financial sector, consultancy, large corporates, smaller companies, social enterprises and elsewhere. The Guardian has ranked our Law School within the Top 10 Law Schools in the UK (2017).
Why Study Law Here?
Practical skills in new modules such as advocacy, letter writing and contract drafting are complemented by non-law modules to provide a broader range of study.
We bring the legal world alive using innovative facilities such as Moot Court - a TV studio fitted with courtroom furniture & recording equipment, enabling us to turn moots into documents that we can then use as teaching aids.
Our law degrees offer a balance of the practical and the academic - backed up by professional accreditation and the benefit of our national and international connections.
“I would recommend the online distance learning courses to anyone who wishes to upgrade their skills or make a career change.”
Colm Imbert - Deputy Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Oil and Gas Law PgCert/PgDip/LLM
Build a successful career in law with a degree from Robert Gordon University.
Solicitors can practice in a number of areas of law
An advocate specialises in the presentation of a case in court and advises clients on every aspect of litigation
If you do not want to work as a solicitor, there are a number of career paths that are open to you with a law degree.
06, December, 2017 Brian takes a mature approach to celebrating another degree of success
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.
06, December, 2017 Law and Order sets Kirsty off on legal path
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.
The Law School provides a range of accredited and professionally recognised law degrees at undergraduate, postgraduate and research level.